For Immediate Release JULY 2016 CONTACT: Kristin Gilpatrick, Marketing Manager Wisconsin Historical Society Press firstname.lastname@example.org /608-264-6465 NEW BOOK DIALS IN ON PUBLIC BROADCASTNG HISTORY Peek behind the microphones of Wisconsin Public Radio in a new Wisconsin Historical Society Press book about the century-rich history of public broadcasting, Wisconsin on the Air: 100 years of Public Broadcasting […]
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For Immediate Release NEW SPORTS HISTORY BOOK RELAYS WISCONSIN’S OLYMPIC STORIES Just in time for the 2016 Summer Olympic Games, sportscaster and Wisconsin Historical Society Press author Jessie Garcia shares stories of some of the Wisconsinites who made an Olympic journey, detailing captivating tales, legendary feats and unlikely brushes with glory in Going for Wisconsin […]
Wisconsin members of the Society for Children Book Authors and Illustrators are sharing their good news for June: Susan Manske announces that her middle grade novel, Chicken Charlie’s Year won two awards in the 2016 Purple Dragonfly Book Awards. It received second in Historical Fiction and honorable mention in Middle Grade Fiction. Pat Hall’s picture book, […]
WENDY SCHMIDT Tuesday, June 28 Caramel Crisp, 200 E City Center, Oshkosh 6:15 – 7:30 pm featured reader, followed by an open mic Wendy Schmidt has been writing short stories and poetry for the last ten years. Pieces have been published in Verse Wisconsin, Chicago Literati, City Lake Poets, Literary Hatchet, Moon Magazine and a number […]
Winner of the Norbert Blei/August Derleth Nonfiction Book Award for 2015 is John Gurda for his Milwaukee: A City of Neighborhoods. Gurda, whose many books, columns, essays and presentations that focus on Milwaukee and its history, have resulted in him being known as Milwaukee’s Historian and winner of the Wisconsin Historical Society Award of Merit eight times. Here is the Norbert […]
Here is news about Wisconsin writer and CWW board member Shauna Singh Baldwin: Auditions for the Canadian Premiere of Shauna Singh Baldwin‘s play WE ARE SO DIFFERENT NOW have begun. Jasmine Sawant and the actors and dancers of Sawitri will stage it Oct 6, 7, 8 2016 in Toronto. Save the dates. Sawitri.ca. CWW Board […]