Ann Dallman interviewed on For the Love of Books Podcast

https://mcdn.podbean.com/mf/web/5pguwa/audio1750531592.m4a Ann Dallman has lifelong roots in Michigan’s UP. She started out as a newspaper reporter/photographer and returned to journalism after retiring from teaching. In Cady and the Birchbark Box, Cady Whirlwind Thunder solves the mystery behind a weathered journal found inside a very old birchbark box. Why was the…

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‘Carnival Lights’ by Chris Stark Wins Best Fiction Title at NEMBA

by Ernest Dempsey, staff writer Carnival Lights by Native American author and speaker Chris Stark won the award for best fiction book at the 2022 Northeastern Minnesota Book Awards (NEMBA). Published last year by the Modern History Press of Michigan, the novel tells the engaging story of cultural survival through…

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Author Mikel Classen digs out lost stories in ”True Tales” from the U.P.

Mikel B. Classen

Digging deep into the past, U.P. author & historian Mikel Classen uncovers hidden stories in his newest release “True Tales- The Forgotten History of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.” Stories of piracy, lost gold mines, the origin of the Copper Boom, profiles of people of note, Starvation on Isle Royale, and one…

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R.B. Simon, author of THE GOOD TRUTH, and Chris Stark, author of CARNIVAL LIGHTS!

A Room of One’s Own welcomes local poet R.B. Simon, author of The Good Truth, and Lambda Literary Award finalist Chris Stark, author of Carnival Lights, for a virtual conversation on Crowdcast! “The Good Truth, the fiercely validating debut from R.B. Simon, is a blazing manifesto of claiming identities within…

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Meet the Author! Chris Stark reading from Carnival Lights, featuring dialogue with Julian Aguon

From 4-30-21, a virtual event featuring Anishinaabe author, activist and teacher Chris Stark, with comments and dialogue with Chamorro author, activist and attorney Julian Aguon, honoring the publication of Chris’ forthcoming novel, “Carnival Lights”, a novel about Missing and Murdered Indigenous Relatives. Co-sponsored by Repair & the UCLA American Indian…

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