Author Event - Molly Damm

Tuesday, December 11, 2018 - 6:00pm to 7:00pm

Country Bookshelf is thrilled to welcome local poet, and MSU professor, Molly Damm, who will discuss and sign her newest book Ground Truth, Tuesday, December 11th at 6pm. Read on for more information about the event, the author, and her new book!

Event Guidelines

This event is free and open to the public. To join the signing line and have books signed by the author at this event, please consider purchasing your copy of Ground Truth from Country Bookshelf, either in-store, over the phone, or online (scroll down). By purchasing your book from Country Bookshelf, you are not only supporting a locally owned, independent business, but you are also showing publishers that they should continue sending authors to Country Bookshelf. The author's previous titles will be available for purchase at the event as supplies last.

Video recording, audio recording, and/or live-streaming during author appearances and signings is not possible without prior written permission from the publisher and Country Bookshelf.

Can't make it to the event, but still want to purchase an autographed or personalized book? Place your order below, enter "signed copy" plus any personalization details in the comments section of your order, and we'll have the author sign your books and ship them to you after the event!

More about Ground Truth

"Ground-truth is a field guide breviary for anyone who feels "the loneliness of being tethered / here" on earth, our island home. Each poem is a signal fire, the poet's imagination soaring where the grounded body cannot go, conflating the complex crux of our incarnated humanity--abandonment, fear, violence, erotic love, hunger ("our scary appetites"), doubt, awe, gravity--with the Keatsian "viewless," ultimately unmeasurable, wings of birds, wind, and the great cosmic mysteries, including--perhaps most especially--poetry itself."

-Lisa Russ Spaar, Author of Orexia: Poems

More about Molly Damm

Molly Damm earned her MFA from the University of Virginia in 2014, where she was a Henry Hoyns Fellow in poetry. Her writing has appeared in the Colorado Review, Drunken Boat, The Collagist, Sou'wester, and Western Humanities Review, among others. In 2018, Molly received an MS in Marriage and Family Counseling from Montana State University, and works as a mental health counselor and writing lecturer at Montana State University. Born in Detroit, she lives in Bozeman, Montana.

Event address: 
Country Bookshelf
28 West Main Street
Bozeman, MT 59715