Watermark Books & Café is excited to be hosting an event with Kansas author K.L. Barron to celebrate her new book, Thirst, a novel filled with a diverse cast of displaced Westerners, local nomads, and a stunning betrayal. Join us on Thursday, January 12th at 6pm in the café at Watermark Books & Café, or on Facebook live! Tune in live HERE.
About K.L. Barron
K.L. Barron is a writer of place: poetry and prose. She earned an MFA in fiction from Bennington College. Her prize-winning fiction, poetry, and creative non-fiction has been published in New Letters, The Bennington Review, Little Balkans Review, terrain.org, ChickenBones (Library of Congress), among others, and in several anthologies. She teaches writer and literature at Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas, and lives and writes in the Flint Hills. This is her debut novel.
Betrayal forces a young woman to flee a relationship and forge a new life in one of the most brutal landscapes in the world only to become involved with the threatened breakup of an entire culture where everyone must find a way to survive.
(This book is not returnable.)