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U.P. Reader – Issue #2: Bringing Upper Michigan Literature to the World


Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is blessed with a treasure trove of storytellers, poets, and historians, all seeking to capture a sense of Yooper Life from settler’s days to the far-flung future.

U.P. Reader – Issue #1: Bringing Upper Michigan Literature to the World


Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is blessed with a treasure chest of writers and poets, all seeking to capture the diverse experiences of Yooper Life. Now U.P. Reader offers a rich collection

Tracking Wounded Deer, 3rd Edition

By Richard P. Smith

The best book about this subject is even better with the release of the third edition. All of the photos (84) in this edition are in color. There’s more solid

The Romance Writer’s Guide

By Donna Winters

Romances are perhaps the most popular fictional genre today. The market is open to new writers and the supply of voracious readers is incalculable. But some specifics apply to romances

The Queen City

By Tyler Tichelaar

The Queen City depicts a small Upper Michigan town undergoing change during the Great Depression and two world wars.

The Only Thing That Lasts

By Tyler Tichelaar

The story of Robert ONeill, the famous novelist introduced in The Marquette Trilogy. As a young boy during World War I, Robert must go to live in Marquette, MI with

The Nomad Editor

By Tyler Tichelaar

The Nomad Editor will give you the tools you need to put your language skills, degree, and imagination to work for you as a freelance editor. And because the self-publishing

The Nature of Life

By Deborah K. Frontiera

Poems and color photographs inspired by the natural world provide insight, humor, drama, epiphanes, and inspiration to fill our physical and spiritual needs.

The Midwife’s Touch

By Sue Harrison

1851. Hidden in a remote hollow of Missouri's Ozark Mountains, a child grows up with a terrible and powerful ability. Members of a ruthless New Orleans family have dedicated their

The Hungry Kitten’s Tale

By Elizabeth Fust

Many cats lived in the small town of Bethsaida. Some lived with families and caught mice, some lived with important people and lounged on cushions all day, and some wandered

The Home Wind

By Terri Martin

The Home Wind is a middle-grade (ages 9 and up) children's novel set in an Upper Michigan Logging camp in the 1870s. The book is told from the point of

The Gothic Wanderer: From Transgression to Redemption

By Tyler Tichelaar

From the horrors of sixteenth century Italian castles to twenty-first century plagues, from the French Revolution to the liberation of Libya, Tyler R. Tichelaar takes readers on far more than
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