Bestselling Author Karen Dionne from St. Ignace speaks about The Wicked Sister in a recorded interview on YouTube

  The Upper Peninsula Publishers & Authors Association (UPPAA) hosted a special online event with U.P. author Karen Dionne about her new novel The Wicked Sister.  The interview was hosted by UPPAA President and publisher Victor R. Volkman (Modern History Press, Ann Arbor).   The event featured a brief reading…

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UPPAA’s Own Mikel Classen Nominated for Charles Follo Award

  The Historical Society of Michigan has nominated historian, author, and editor Mikel Bruce Classen for the next Charles Follo Award, which is presented annually at the Upper Peninsula History Conference. Classen has literally dedicated most of his professional life as a writer to the promotion of U.P. history. His…

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Karen Dionne to appear on National Writers Series zoom cast

Karen DIonne, author of The Marsh King's Daughter

https://mynorth.com/2020/06/national-writers-series-hosting-virtual-author-summer-series St. Ignace’ own Karen Dionne is on the docket.  Author of international bestseller The Marsh King’s Daughter which takes place mostly in the Seney National Wildlife Refuge Register here to attend FREE  https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_UtrRyLmaSxey8RqedXPTJA The NWS Virtual Author Series Description For 10 years, the National Writers Series has brought national…

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May Amelia Shapton: 1st place winner of the Dandelion Cottage Short Story Contest

Congratulations to May Amelia Shapton who placed first in the Dandelion Cottage Short Story Contest!   May Amelia Shapton took first place honors in the high school division this year. She is a senior at Lake Linden-Hubbell High School. May Amelia enjoys traveling, and cross-stitching, and her love of reading…

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