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Book Discussion: "Damnation Spring" (Virtual Event) On-Line Event

Thursday, September 23, 2021, 5:30 PM until 7:00 PM
Gold Beach , OR  97444
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Join us for a Zoom-based discussion of author Ash Davidson's debut novel, "Damnation Spring," on Thursday, September 23 at 5:30pm.
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"Damnation Spring," came out on August 3, 2021, and is receiving an immense amount of praise already. The library has several copies of the book available for patrons to check out and read before the book discussion.
Author Ash Davidson was born in Arcata, California and attended the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. Her work has been supported by the Arizona Commission on the Arts and MacDowell. She lives in Flagstaff, Arizona.
Advanced praise for "Damnation Spring":
*One of Lit Hub’s Most Anticipated Books of 2021
*One of Book Riot’s Most Anticipated Releases of 2021
*One of Library Journal’s Rising Stars, August 2021
*One of Library Journal’s Titles to Watch 2021
“[A] savvy debut…. A strong work of climate fiction…rooted in age-old man-versus-nature storytelling. An impressively well-turned story about how environmental damage creeps into our bodies, psyches, and economies.”
—Kirkus Reviews, Starred review
“Ash Davidson writes with unwavering compassion—for bitterly divided families, for those with fatally opposed ideologies, for our fragile natural world. Such is the rare generosity of spirit that has produced Damnation Spring—an elegant novel of profound power and grace.”
—Madhuri Vijay, author of The Far Field
(Photo Credit: Carol B Hagen)