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James Botsford & Gregory Galbraith

Thursday, September 14 - 5:30
James Botsford & Gregory Galbraith

James Botsford & Gregory Galbraith at The Reader's Loft

James Botsford was an Indian rights attorney for thirty years and has traveled extensively. He currently lives with his wife Krista on the banks of Big Sandy Creek east of Wausau and is at work on a book of rants. James is the author of  You Should Write that Down a book about the history of tribal courts of Wisconsin, and a book of poetry titled Them Apples.

After graduating from the University of Illinois with a degree in Dairy Science in 1981, Greg Galbraith bought a farm in Eastern Marathon County where his ancestors began farming in 1890. He is a member of the Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets, and has been published in their annual calendar, along with Nerve Cowboy small press lit magazine, and MUSH a publication of  UW- Marathon County. Most recently, he had three poems and two images published in the March 2017 issue of Midwest Review.  He exhibits paintings and photography throughout Wisconsin, including a permanent exhibit in a health care clinic in Colfax, Wisconsin. His first full length book of Poetry, Germinations, will be available in April of 2017.

                             

 

 

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