This event is free and open to the public and will take place at the bookshop.
Deja Earley will read and sign her new poetry collection, To the Mormon Newlyweds Who Thought the Bellybutton Was Somehow Involved.
This poetry collection embraces the contradictions, joys, and occasional frustrations of an effortlessly funny and deeply thoughtful Mormon woman.
Deja Earley describes herself as a “sassy Mormon,” living a live of adventure in different places throughout the country— from San Diego to Utah, Arizona, and Boston. She now lives in Auburn, Alabama with her husband, Sam Ruddick, and their daughter, Henrietta Plum. She has been published in the Bat City Review, Blue Mesa, Dialogue, Iodine Poetry Journal, Lilliput Review, Sunstone, Talking Rover, and the Utne Reader. Her work has also appeared in two poetry collections: Fire in the Pasture and the Southern Poetry Anthology.
Places in the signing line are reserved for those who purchase a copy of To the Mormon Newlyweds Who Thought the Bellybutton Was Somehow Involved from The King's English.
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