Kirstin Cronn-Mills

According to geographers, the American West begins at the 100th longitudinal meridian. Thanks to the fact that this meridian is the main street of her hometown in Nebraska, Kirstin Cronn-Mills grew up six blocks east of the West. According to her mother, she learned to read when she was three. She hasn’t stopped since.

Kirstin comes from a family of word nerds. Her grandmother and her father passed on their love of language to her, and that love became a love affair when she started writing poems in sixth grade. She still writes poems, but now she focuses on young adult novels.

Titles:
Wreck

Beautiful Music for Ugly Children

Original Fake

The Sky Always Hears Me

Transgender Lives

LGBTQ+ Athletes Claim the Field

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   Tuesday, August 3, 12:30 - 1:30