In 2023, Campfire Stories returns to the Modern Bar for a seventh season! Join us in the courtyard for the first show on September 11 from 7-9 p.m.
Kim Cross, CMarie Fuhrman
Author of What Stands in a Storm and The Stahl House, Kim Cross is a New York Times Best-Selling writer, journalist, and historian known for meticulously reported narrative nonfiction. Her stories have been recognized by the New York Times, the Columbia Journalism Review, The Sunday Longread, Longform, and Best American Sports Writing. Her fourth book, In Light of All Darkness, comes out this October (Grand Central/Hachette). She teaches Feature Writing for Harvard Extension School and can be reached at kimhcross.com or @kimhcross.
CMarie Fuhrman is the author of Camped Beneath the Dam: Poems and co-editor of Cascadia Field Guide: Art, Ecology, and Poetry and Native Voices: Indigenous Poetry, Craft, and Conversations. She has published or forthcoming poetry and nonfiction in multiple journals, including Terrain.org, Emergence Magazine, Platform Review, Northwest Review, Yellow Medicine Review, Poetry Northwest, and several anthologies. CMarie is a columnist for the Inlander and the Director of the Elk River Writers Workshop. CMarie is Associate Director and Poetry Director at Western Colorado University, where she teaches Nature Writing. CMarie is the host of Terra Firma, a podcast from Colorado Public Radio. She resides in the Salmon River Mountains of Idaho, serving as the Idaho Writer in Residence. CMarieFuhrman.com