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April 22, 2022
Alaska Review Quarterly‘s Pièces de Résistance
An Online, Benefit Poetry Reading
with Ellen Bass, Anne Coray & Alison Hawthorne Deming
4 pm Alaska Daylight Time | 5 pm Pacific Time | 8 pm Eastern

AWP in Philadelphia

Green Shoots from Old Roots: Writing Realist Ecofiction

Saturday, March 26, 2022 / 3:20 p.m.- 4:35 p.m. ET /Room 115C, Pennsylvania Convention Center

Poetry and Place: Connecting Who We are to Where We Are

Thursday, March 24, 2002 / 9 a.m.-10:15 a.m. / Room 120 AB, Pennsylvania Convention Center

Earth Day Pub West Live

6pm MT, 4 pm AK

Please join us for a very special Earth Day event – a moderated author panel in partnership with PubWest centering books about nature and ecology! On April 22nd we will be joined by authors Anne Coray, Elin Kelsey, Gina Rae La Cerva, and Ann Vileisis, and moderator Risa Hayes of Queen City Food Forest. Register for the Zoom here:

A Passion for Salmon: Art and Advocacy

Anne Coray, Rika Mouw, Annette Bellamy, Lauren Stanford

March 23, 1-2 pm AKDT Sponsored by The Alaska Center

Green Shoots from Old Roots: Writing the Environment

APC, Alaska Professional Communicators, April 1, 2021, 12 pm AKDT

Anne Coray will talk about her writing, her debut novel Lost Mountain, and her life in remote Southwest Alaska and changes she’s seen over the years.  She will explore the evolution of nature writing to its contemporary offshoot—eco-literature.

An Evening of Love for Bristol Bay’s Wildlife

Alaska Wildlife Alliance, 7-8 pm AKDT

Drew Hamilton on Bears, Mandy Migura on Belugas, Anne Coray on Literature as Advocacy

Rewilding: Voices for the Environment

Tuesday, September 22, 2020 at 8 PM EDT

Tuesday, September 22, 2020 at 8 PM EDTPublic · Hosted by Elizabeth Bradfield Online Event Ev pm Alaska time (8 pm EST).In celebration of the new anthology, “Rewilding: Poems for the Environment” (Flexible Press, 2020), four Alaska writers–Anne Coray, Marybeth Holleman, Vivian Faith Prescott, and Elizabeth Bradfield–will discuss the role of eco-poetry (and other writing!) in their work and the world. Some of the questions we’ll be exploring are: What do writers hope to gain via activist work, whether that work be lamentation, celebration, or invective? What makes some pieces sound didactic but not others? Why poetry as opposed to fiction or nonfiction? Join us … and please bring your thoughts, questions, and investigations. Please join us at:

Kenai Fine Art Center

Thurs., February 21, 2019, 6 p.m. Anne Coray and her husband, Steve Kahn, will talk about living on Lake Clark, their writing, their building project, and their latest artistic endeavor: a documentary film project.