Poet Sean Hill opens Plymouth’s Literary Witnesses’ 2020 season on Feb. 10.

Hill will be joined by  friends from the Northwoods Writers Conference, which he directs, Erin Lynn Marsh, Preeti Kaur Rajpal, Naomi Cohn, and Julian Randall. The free event takes place at 7 p.m. in Guild Hall at Plymouth Congregational Church, 1900 Nicollet Ave. S., Minneapolis

On March 1 author Louise Erdrich, will premiere her new novel, “The Night Watchman” (HarperCollins) at 4 p.m. in the Sanctuary of Plymouth Congregational. The event is also free, with a reception and book signing following the reading. Copies of her book will be available.                             

Hill is the author of “Dangerous Goods,” a Minnesota Book Award–winner, and “Blood Ties & Brown Liquor,”named one of the Ten Books All Georgians Should Read. He also is widely published in magazines and journals. Hill has been a professor of Creative Writing; since 2012, he has directed the Minnesota Northwoods Writers Conference at Bemidji State University.

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