Author Appearance

Taking Flight

Apr 18 :: Neville Public Museum :: Green Bay

Explore how and why people in the nation's heartland worshiped, feared, studied, hunted, ate and protected the birds that surrounded them.

Apr 18 :: Graham Public Library :: Union Grove

Author Michael E. Stevens offers a unique and intimate glimpse into the lives of Wisconsin's early settlers.

Apr 25 :: Edgerton Public Library :: Edgerton

Join Oneida author Louis V. Clark III as he shares his collection of poems that reveal a profound life story of loss, identity, race, and culture.

Apr 27 :: KI Convention Center - Ballroom A3 :: Green Bay

Children's author Pamela Cameron shares the true story of Sport, a rescued stray puppy who sailed Lake Michigan for a dozen years aboard the Hyacinth

Apr 27 :: KI Convention Center - Breakout Room 5B :: Green Bay

Join the author of Good Seeds: A Menominee Indian Food Memoir as he explores the powerful relationship between the culinary and the literary

Apr 27 :: Oconomowoc Historical Society and Museum :: Oconomowoc

Join historian Carrie Meyer as she reveals the personal stories of Wisconsin's WWI troops through their own words

Apr 27 :: KI Convention Center - Breakout Room 6B :: Green Bay

Weso, the author of Good Seeds, joins a panel of other established writers in a craft talk on writing your memoir

Apr 27 :: KI Convention Center - Ballroom A3 :: Green Bay

Historian and maritime archaeologist John Odin Jensen offers a deep dive into the dramatic, and often tragic, history of Great Lakes shipping

Apr 27 :: KI Convention Center - Ballroom A3 :: Green Bay

Mike Friis, Director of the Wisconsin Coastal Management Program, leads a panel discussion on a wide range of issues affecting our state's vital shorelines

Apr 28 :: Brown County Central Library - Auditorium :: Green Bay

Dr. J P Leary discusses the landmark 1989 state law that requires all students to learn about Wisconsin's federally recognized tribes

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