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  1. NW Voices Presents Author Ann Stinson

    May 19, 2022, 7:00 PM

    Come join us on Thursday, May 19, 2022 for an evening with author Ann Stinson. Stinson
    will read from her book and participate in a discussion with staff and viewers. The event will
    be via Zoom beginning at 7:00 p.m. Specific Zoom information can be found on the Library’s

    From the publisher:
    Ann Stinson grew up on her family’s tree farm in southwestern Washington State, on a ridge
    above the Cowlitz River. After building a life in New York and Portland, she returned home
    at the age of fifty, when her brother’s death from cancer left her manager and co-owner of
    three hundred acres planted in Douglas fir, western red cedar, and ponderosa pine.
    The Ground at My Feet is a memoir about loss and grief as well as a portrait of a family, a
    region, and an industry. Combining personal story and research, Stinson weaves essays,
    poems, history, and science into a rich and layered account of life in a family forest in the
    Pacific Northwest. She maps interactions between the land and its people over two centuries:
    the Cowlitz peoples, homesteaders, and several generations of logging families who have
    worked the property. She follows her family’s logs as they become lumber for fence boards
    and suburban homes, touring a local cedar mill and traveling with her father to visit mills in
    Stinson adds a landowner’s voice to conversations about the human tendency to demand more
    of the land than it can sustain. With its uniquely personal view of the Pacific Northwest’s
    timber and forestry heritage, The Ground at My Feet is an engaging addition to the literature
    of the landscape and ecology of the West.
    All events are free and open to the public. Northwest Voices is funded by the Longview
    Public Library and Lower Columbia College, Friends of the Longview Library, Longview
    Library Foundation, and the LCC Foundation

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