Upcoming events at the Reader's Loft

 Bob Schneider, author of the new travel guide Wisconsin Waterfalls (Miriah Systems LLC, 2018), will be at the Reader’s Loft on Thursday, July 18 at 5:30 PM to give a talk about Adventures in Waterfalling! This event is a HOW-TO on finding waterfalls while safely enjoying your own discoveries along the way. Be prepared to take a peek inside Bob’s backpack to learn tricks he’s discovered over the past 3 years of traversing the state in search of every waterfall in Wisconsin.

 

It's that time of the year again when we pop up the tent near the willow trees and spend an afternoon in the shade listening to area musicians and poets while sipping on cold drinks and nibbling savory snacks. Please mark your calendar for this coming July 28 event. 

More details coming soon......

  Tara Jepsen is a writer, skateboarder, comic, and actor living in Los Angeles, California. Her novel, Like a Dog, was released on the Sister Spit imprint of City Lights Publishers in September of 2017. She has also been published by The Believerxojane.com, and SF Weekly, among others. She has toured and performed with seminal queer cabaret Sister Spit from 1997 on, and co-hosted the legendary San Francisco queer literary open mic K’vetsh. She has also written and/or performed at Dixon Place in NYC, San Francisco’s Sketchfest, and the UCB in LA, among others. You may have also seen her on season two of Transparent. Tara and Miriam Klein-Stahl, illustrator of the Rad Women book series, co-founded queer skateboard brand Pave the Way Skateboards. In March of 2018, The Smithsonian American History Museum asked to include a Pave the Way deck in their collection. Tara was born and raised in Green Bay, WI.