Wednesday Words: The Braided River Series Featuring Ellen Struve

March 13, 2013, Noon to 1:00 p.m.
At KANEKO in the KANEKO-UNO Library
1111 Jones Street
Omaha, NE

Our Featured Writer: Ellen Struve

Ellen Struve is a founding member of the Omaha Playwrights Group. While at the University of Iowa, she participated in the Undergraduate Nonfiction Workshop and studied with Broadway produced playwright Keith Huff and screenwriter/playwright Rick Cleveland. She also participated in M. Evalina Galang’s Graduate Fiction Workshop at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Struve has worked as an independent management and fundraising consultant for arts organizations in Chicago, San Francisco and Omaha. She frequently serves as a volunteer panelist for the Nebraska Arts Council and is on the board of Shelterbelt Theatre.

Wednesday Words originated in the fall of 2009 as a special reading series featuring award-winning writers from the Nebraska Arts Council’s Individual Artist Fellowship in Literature program. The reading series is brought to you by the Nebraska Arts Council and Nebraska independent publisher, The Backwaters Press.

Wednesday Words explores the many voices of contemporary Nebraska writers in the Braided River Series, a special schedule of readings from award-winning Nebraska writers.

Spend your lunch hour with the Braided River series from Wednesday Words.Treat yourself once a month to a feast for your ears as you listen to some of the finest in Nebraska writing.

Our events are FREE and open to the public.

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