Dylan, Guthrie and the Mystery of a Massacre: Author Daniel Wolff in conversation with columnist Eric Zorn, with musical highlights from Zorn, Annalee Koehn and columnist Mary Schmich
Sunday, June 11, 12:00 pm - 12:45 pm
Jones College Prep/North Auditorium/C-SPAN
Author "Grown-up Anger: The Connected Mysteries of Bob Dylan, Woody Guthrie, and the Calumet Massacre of 1913," (HarperCollins). Have both read poetry and discussed non-fiction at Printers Row, always to bright, interested audiences. This time it'll be unions, folk music, and a century of American resistance.
Eric Zorn (Moderator)
Eric Zorn has been a columnist at the Chicago Tribune since 1986. He and his wife live in Chicago and they have three adult children.
Annalee Koehn has been playing and singing Traditional and Americana music since the 1990s, and is a founding member of Blackest Crow, a Chicago-based string band. She has performed with Sweeter Gift, Blue State Cowboys and on recordings by Mark Dvorak, Urban Djin and The Old Town School of Music.