Michigan Writers Unite

. June 1, 2015.
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Literati hosts four Michigan authors, all contributors to the recent anthology Here: Women Writing on Michigan’s Upper Peninsula (Michigan State University Press). Gloria Whelan is the author of Living Together (Wayne State University Press), a 2014 Independent Publishers Book Award Silver Medalist. Bonnie Jo Campbell is a National Book Award finalist, her latest story collection, Mothers, Tell Your Daughters, will be released this fall. Caitlin Horrocks is the author of the story collection This is Not Your City, and her stories have appeared in The Paris Review, Tin House, and The Southern Review. Alison Swan’s poems and prose have appeared in many publications, including two poetry chapbooks by Alice Greene & Co., Before the Snow Moon and Dog Heart. An award-winning writer and environmentalist, she teaches in the environmental and sustainability studies program at WMU and hosts the Eco Book Club at Literati.

 

7pm, Wednesday, June 29, Literati Bookstore, 124 E. Washington St., literatibookstore.com.  

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