2017 June Lecture Series/Steven Law

Reflections from a Deep Desert Journey

Lecture by Steven Law

page community center 650 South Navajo Drive Page, AZ, 86040

Tuesday, June 20, 2017   7:00 – 8:00 pm

Author, poet, journalist and river guide Steven Law is a lifelong explorer of the Colorado Plateau. Join him as he takes us on a journey deep into the Colorado Plateau’s stunning red rock canyons through prose and poetry.

Steven Law is an award winning travel writer, poet and journalist. A former Grand Canyon river guide, he now works as a feature writer for the Lake Powell Chronicle, and pens his popular “Gone” column. He’s also a Contributing Writer for London based Panorama Magazine: the Journal of Intelligent Travel. His freelance work has appeared in Arizona Highways, Sunset, Outside, Ripcord Adventure Journal, Backpacker, Western Horseman, and numerous regional magazines.

He will be doing a book signing of his poetry book “Polished” after the program.

The Glen Canyon Lecture Series is made possible through a partnership between Glen Canyon Natural History Association, the John Wesley Powell Museum and the Page Public Library. Lectures are free to the public and supported by grants and donations. Thank you for supporting your public programs.

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