UPPAA Speakers Bureau Presents Tyler R. Tichelaar

UPPAA Speakers Bureau Presents Tyler R. Tichelaar, Author of My Marquette, The Marquette Trilogy, Haunted Marquette, etc.   Presentation Title:  “Researching Your Book­ History, Fiction, Nonfiction, and Local” When: November 7th, 2019, 7:00pm – 8:30pm.  Admission is free. Where: Lydia M. Olson Library, NMU campus Being historically accurate is of primary importance when…

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UPPAA Speakers Bureau Presents: Anne Miller – Author of The Last Photograph

UPPAA Speakers Bureau Presents: Anne Miller – Author of The Last Photograph Presentation Title:  “My Twenty-Year Self-Publishing Odyssey – Lessons for Aspiring Authors” When: October 1, 2019, 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm.  Admission is free. Where: Lydia M. Olson Library, NMU campus Every writer dreams of becoming an overnight success, but…

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Ann Dallman releases new book about a young Native American girl

  Ann Dallman (Menominee, MI) announces the recent publication of her Middle Grade novel, “Cady and the Bear Necklace,” by Henschel HAUS Books of Milkwaukee, WI.   Cady, a 13-year-old girl of Native American heritage, has experienced change in the past year—her father’s marriage to a much younger woman, a…

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Join us for the 3rd annual UPPAA Fall Potluck

Presque Isle Pavillion

On Saturday, September 7, 2019, from Noon to 2:00 pm we’ll gather for our Third Annual UPPAA Picnic at the Senior Pavilion at Presque Isle in Marquette, MI. Bring the whole family out to enjoy a potluck lunch as well as networking and socializing time with fellow writers. CLICK HERE to RSVP…

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UPPAA Members to Participate in Canterbury Book Store book sale

  Several UPPAA members are planning to participate in the upcoming book sale at the Canterbury Book Store in Escanaba this coming Saturday, August 3. If participating authors (or those just wanting to spread the word) would like to post on their websites and social media, the following links have…

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Resources for The Magic of Platform (Marketing Panel)

From Charli Mills’s discussion on platform during the Marketing Panel:   We refer to social media  as platforms – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter. And yes, while these are platforms, they differ from what is an author platform. This is your visibility across social media, within the industry or genre of your writing,…

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Poets Needed!

  Shawn Andary, the Director of the Superiorland Library Cooperative is putting together a fundraiser for UP libraries. It does not have a name yet, but it will be an evening similar to Spotlight on the Arts where there will be a performance at Kaufman Auditorium in Marquette that includes music, dance,…

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