Ann Bausum, author of more than a dozen books for young people, will receive The Children’s Book Guild of Washington, D.C.’s, 2017 Nonfiction Award. Bausum’s Stonewall: Breaking Out in the Fight for Gay Rights, published by Penguin Random House, received the Council for Wisconsin Writers’ Tofte/Wright Children’s Literature honorable mention for work published in 2015, and first […]
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Boswell Book Company 2559 North Downer Avenue at Webster Place Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53211 (414) 332-1181, www.facebook.com/boswellbooks Our Hours: Monday-Saturday, 10 am to 9 pm, Sunday, 10 am to 6 pm Christopher Hebert Tuesday, September 27, 7 pm at Boswell, in Conversation with Valerie Laken Christopher Hebert’s new novel, Angels of Detroit, delivers a kaleidoscopic of […]
Here’s something writers in Wisconsin might want to check out — Rex Owens‘ radio program, “Conversations with Wisconsin Artists” on Sun Prairies’ KSUN community station. This is a “Conversations with Wisconsin Artists” Facebook description of the program: “An hour of conversation with Wisconsin artists including: Writers, playwrights, screenwriters, publishers, editors, musicians, composers, performers, teachers and […]
Notice is given that the annual Board Meeting of the Council for Wisconsin Writers will be held on Saturday, September 17, at 9:45 am at the Johnson Creek Public Library. This is our annual membership meeting where our first order of business will be to vote in the new board members. Best regards, Shauna Singh […]
In fifteen speeches and essays written between 2001 and 2015, Shauna Singh Baldwin brings a new perspective and voice to Canadian public discourse. Offering examples from her personal journey as a writer and a South Asian woman who needs to “become as hyphenated as possible,” Baldwin transcends homogenized national identities. Published by the Centre for […]
ANDREA POTOS & KATRIN TALBOT Monday, September 19 Poetry Rocks! Reading Series Copper Rock Café, 210 W. College Ave, Appleton 7 pm, featured readers followed by open mike Andrea Potos is the author of six poetry collections, including the full-length books An Ink Like Early Twilight, We Lit the Lamps Ourselves, and Yaya’s Cloth. Her short-short collection of poems Coffee […]