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Hope is the Thing: Wisconsinites on Perseverance in a Pandemic - group reading

Oct 28 :: Woodland Pattern Book Center :: Milwaukee
Emily Bertholf, Brenda Cárdenas, Alea Cross, Susan Firer, Angela Sorby, Angela Voras-Hills, and Peter Whalen celebrate resilience in poetry and prose
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Rebel Poet with author Louis V Clark III at the Kenosha Public Museum

Nov 1 :: Kenosha Public Museum :: Kenosha
Oneida author and storyteller Louis V. Clark III (Two Shoes) seamlessly blends poetry and prose to share his own American Indian story.
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Book Launch - Dead Lines: Slices of Life from the Obit Beat

Nov 2 :: Monroe Street Arts Center :: Madison
Mystery to Me and Monroe Street Arts Center welcome author George Hesselberg, in conversation with Doug Moe, for a discussion of the new book Dead Lines
Virtual Events

"Book Bites" - J P Leary discusses "The Story of Act 31: How Native History Came to Wisconsin Classrooms"

Nov 3 :: Online Webinar ::
Join us on on the WHS Press Facebook page for a series of live book talks exploring all things Wisconsin!
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Dead Lines: Slices of Life from the Obit Beat

Nov 4 :: John Bosshard Memorial Library :: Bangor
John Bosshard Memorial Library welcomes author and longtime newspaper reporter George Hesselberg for a discussion of his new book, Dead Lines
Onsite Experiences

JUST BUST! Open Mic Night

Nov 5 :: Wisconsin Historical Society Headquarters :: Madison
Madison's longest-running all-ages open mic returns to the Wisconsin Historical Society's HQ.
Virtual Events

Southeast Wisconsin Festival of Books - Martha Bergland discusses Birdman of Koshkonong

Nov 6 :: Online Webinar ::
Martha Bergland joins Jeff Nania and Lisa Fishman for a conversation on the intersection between writing and environmentalism
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Hope is the Thing: Wisconsinites on Perseverance in a Pandemic - group reading

Nov 9 :: Heyde Center for the Arts :: Chippewa Falls
Join editor B.J. Hollars and contributing writers to the new anthology as they explore resilience in poetry and prose
Virtual Events

Online event - Jeff Kannel discusses Make Way for Liberty: Wisconsin African Americans in the Civil War

Nov 9 :: Online Webinar ::
Sun Prairie Public Library welcomes author Jeff Kannel to discuss his new book
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Online event - Jeff Kannel discusses Make Way for Liberty: Wisconsin African Americans in the Civil War

Nov 10 :: Online Webinar ::
Wisconsin Black Historical Society welcomes author Jeff Kannel to discuss his new book