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Author Margaret Renkl on “The Comfort of Crows: A Backyard Year”

A quote within a drawing from “The Comfort of Crows.”
Spiegel & Grau

Seasons and cycles abound in life, in nature, in stories.

Margaret Renkl captures their rhythms in her new book, “The Comfort of Crows: A Backyard Year,” published by Spiegel & Grau.

Renkl, author of the bestselling book “Late Migrations” and a New York Times columnist, lives in Nashville.

Margaret Renkl
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Margaret Renkl

On Monday, November 6th, she comes to Chattanooga for an outdoor evening at the Riverview Park Amphitheater at 1000 Barton Ave, starting at 6 PM - presented by The Book & Cover.

Cover of “The Comfort of Crows:  A Backyard Year.”
Spiegel & Grau

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