NIE ROCKS! Week 8 Awesome Authors
Awesome Authors is a summer school creative writing class offered, by the Grand Forks Public School District. Laura Knox teaches the class, for students in Kindergarten through Second Grade. Class mem... Posted on 9/16/13 at 11:07 AM
THE DULLUM FILE The Fifth Assassin
We're going to be talking soon on WDAZ News @5 with New York Times bestselling author Brad Meltzer about his new thriller The Fifth Assassin.
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MINNESOTA STATE UNIVERSITY MOORHEAD MFA student to graduate with more than a degree
This spring, MSUM graduate student Ryan Christiansen will be graduating with his thesis in hand, a novel titled Boy Wanted, and with something else you might not expect: a literary press.
A Master of... Posted on 4/30/12 at 10:56 AM
Book signings set in Casselton, Fargo
BISMARCK – When George Sinner served as North Dakota’s governor in the 1980s, not all the secrets he kept were political.
He once punched a state legislator. He rousted a teenage beer party at the governor’s residence. And as governor, Sinner continued a habit of giving rides to strangers he saw along the highway.
Cecile Wehrman has a story to tell. The North Dakota journalist follows brothers Jimmy and Rob Krimm through the former’s life of crime and violent death and the unraveling of the latter’s life in the U.S. Air Force.
In her book, “97 Orchard: An Edible History of Five Immigrant Families in One New York Tenement,” author Jane Ziegelman tells the story of families in a single apartment building in New York between 1863 and 1935.
Weaver plans Detroit Lakes visit
Award-winning Minnesota fiction writer Will Weaver has recently released a new book of his memoirs, called “The Last Hunter” – and now he would like to help others write their own life stories as well.
Vicki Gerdes, Forum Communications Co.
, January 19, 2011
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