Kerrytown BookFest

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Ann Arbor writers introduced themselves, I’ve listed their websites and names to thank them for their generosity and to let my Michigan readers learn about the treasure trove of talent in Ann Arbor. In no particular order:

1. WWAAY Women Writers of Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti: 2016 Fall Conference. AM workshops and PM readings, 3222 Angell Hall, UM Central Campus, October 15, 2016, Register on our website: Zilka Joseph “The Beautiful Detail: Poetry of the Body & Narrative; Shutta Crum, The Toughest Audience: Writing for Young Readers; Leslie McGraw, Where the Wil Writers Are: Social media & Book Marketing; Jeanne Ballew, the Writer’s Architect: Path to Publishing Your Book – Plus Share your own work at our afternoon reading!

2. Charles R. Stern, “Juxtaposition Paradox” traded books for reviews.

3. gave St. Joan’s Architect free for Kindle

4., Elizabeth Comiskey (follows me on FB)

5. Doris Lemecke “Legacy of Lies”, Historical and Mainstream Fiction

6. Woodward Press, Use only the services you need.

7.,, 800-317-9929

8., 734-740-1199

9. M.G. Marshall, Novelist, Writer, Editor “Angel Fire,” “Face the Lion Chronicles”

10. “Quit talking start writing.’

11. Ladies of Mischief, Karen Dean Benson “Mulberry Bend” “Mission Song” Devil’s Grace”

12. “Searching for Nannie B.” a memoir by Nancy Own Nelson

13. Linda K. Sienkiewicz author of in the context of Love.

14. Ken Wachsbergber, Azenphony Press,, www.foicesfrom the 734-635-0577

15. Fish out of Water Books, Jon and Laurie Wilson,, 734-975.6896.

16., Laszlo Slomovits, 734-665.0409 poety of Rumi, Hafiz and other mystics, rendered into song.

17. “Reaslizing River City” Melissa Grunow

18. “Creative Cooking” Jay Kinney,

19. “J. Thomas Like, author,

20 “Rooted together, Jolene Witt,,


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