U.P. Student Writers to be Honored for Best Short Story

1st Place winners of the Dandelion Cottage Award

For Immediate Release… Contact: Victor Volkman (734) 417-4266 President@UPPAA.org www.UPPAA.org U.P. Publishers & Authors Association Announces 4th Annual Dandelion Cottage Award Winners U.P. Student Writers to be Honored for Best Short Story MARQUETTE, MI (March 8, 2021)— the Upper Peninsula Publishers & Authors Association (UPPAA) is extremely pleased to announce…

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Meet Karen Dionne, author of “Marsh King’s Daughter” at the UP Notable Book Club event

Join the UP Notable Book Club – it’s free to everyone! UP Notable Book Club:  Evelyn Gathu, Director of the Crystal Falls Community District Library has scheduled author events with these winners of the 1st UP Notable Book List.  The first event is with Karen Dionne featuring the international bestseller…

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Carolyn Howard-Johnson on Book Promotion Techniques

Carolyn Howard-Johnson: New Book or Old: Great Launch Techniques Are Dependable Career Boosters Inspiration for Procrastinators: My Never-Too-Late Story:  In this confidence-building opening address, Carolyn Howard-Johnson shares her story and tons of tips learned from launching her own sixteen books in several genres, many of them multi award winners and…

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UPPAA to Offer Free Student Workshop for Writing Contest

Lucy Woods, Copper Country Christian School

Students in grades five through twelve who are interested in submitting to the Dandelion Cottage Student Short Story Contest sponsored by the Upper Peninsula Publishers and Authors Association (UPPAA) are invited to sign up for a free short story  writing workshop. Hurry, space is limited to the first twenty students…

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Volkman reviews Tyler R. Tichelaar’s “Kawbawgam: The Chief, The Legend, The Man”

by Victor R. Volkman, Senior Editor, Modern History Press TITLE: Kawbagam: The Chief, The Legend, The Man AUTHOR: Tyler R. Tichelaar PUB DATE: Nov. 2020 PUBLISHER: Marquette Fiction. Kawbawgam  by Tyler R. Tichelaar, PhD, is the first woke history of Native Americans in Upper Michigan that I have read. I’ll…

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Three Upper Peninsula Authors Win Historical Society of Michigan Awards

By Ernest Dempsey (NewsBlaze) The Upper Peninsula Publishers & Authors Association (UPPAA) congratulates the three of its member authors – Mikel B. Classen, Ann Dallman, and Jane Kopecky – for winning the 2020 State History Awards presented by the Historical Society of Michigan (HSM). Presented during its annual Michigan History…

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Raymond Luczak releases new book of Ironwood short stories

UPPAA member Raymond Luczak proudly announces his new book of short stories based in Ironwood, Michigan.  The full title is Compassion, Michigan: The Ironwood Stories. It is now available at online stores including Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Local bookstores which stock the book will be announced shortly. Synopsis: Encompassing…

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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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