Lake Superior Writers' Members
by Cal Benson
November 16, 2006
Publication Party Celebrating the Publication of Lake Superior Writers' Members — Sun. Dec. 3, 2006, 2 pm - 5 pm,
It's a publication party! Lake Superior Writers’
members who have recently published a book will read from
their works, and all members of LSW who have published books
are invited to sign and display their publications in the
Lake Superior Writers Meeting Room, 1301 Rice Lake Rd, Duluth.
Reading and Signing books: Donna Schilling, Bruce
Henricksen, Donald Dass, Connie Wanek, Mara Hart, Sharon
Chmielarz, Deborah Cooper, and Bart Sutter.
Books and Book Signing: Tracy Maurer, Marlene Wisuri,
Ellen Sandbeck, Cele Lieder, Sarah Chapman, Shirley Wuchter
and Holy Cow Press.
Books will be available for purchase. The event is free,
open to the public, and refreshments will be served. For
more information or if you are an author interested in
participating, contact Cal Benson at email@example.com
or Mara Hart at firstname.lastname@example.org.
UMD Library Hosts “Minnesota Crime Wave” Nov. 16 at 4
p.m. A dangerous trio of mystery writers known as "The
Minnesota Crime Wave" will make an appearance at the UMD
Library on Thursday, Nov. 16, from 4-5:30 p.m., in the 4th
floor Rotunda reading room. If you love mysteries, this
event will give you a front-row encounter with the genre and
with several award-winning perpetrators, including William
Kent Krueger, Ellen Hart, and Carl Brookins. The Minnesota
Crime Wave takes the art of author book-signings to a new
level of entertainment with its lively presentation. Join us
for this free event at the UMD Library. Light refreshments
will be served. For more information, call 726-8539.
WATER~STONE Review seeks poetry, fiction, and creative
nonfiction for its Fall 2007 issue. Open to all styles;
quality counts. Deadline: December 29. Submit, with sase, up
to 5 poems, 20 pages total, or up to 5,000 words of prose.
Manuscripts will not be returned (recycled). Water~Stone
Review, Graduate School of Liberal Studies, MS-A1730,
Hamline University, 1536 Hewitt Avenue, Saint Paul, MN 55104-1284. www.waterstonereview.com
Arrowhead Regional Arts Council, Career Development Grants
of up to $1,000 are given three times a year to allow
northeastern Minnesota writers to take advantage of a
specific arts opportunity, such as a
writers conference. Poets, fiction writers, and creative
nonfiction writers can submit no more than 10 pages of
poetry or 15 pages of fiction or creative nonfiction, a
resumé, and a project description by
November 30. There is no entry fee. ARAC, Marshall School
Annex, 1301 Rice Lake Road, Suite 111, Duluth, MN 55881.
(800) 569-8134. Robert DeArmond, email@example.com,