The Traverse City Central High School’s Black & Gold student newspaper was just awarded a “Spartan,” the state’s highest award for high school newspapers. This Spartan is for the 2012-2013 school year, and is on top of the … Continue reading
The 2013 National Book Award winners were announced last evening. Read all about it.
In Phil Caputo’s latest book, The Longest Road, the writer journeys across America (Airstream trailer in tow) as he talks with people about their lives and about unity and diversity in the nation’s social fabric through first-hand accounts … Continue reading
The Bear River Writers Writing Conference—workshops on fiction, poetry, memoir, essay–will be held May 29-June 2, 2014 at Camp Michigania, on Walloon Lake. For information, call 734.764.4139. Visit here for more information.
Kristina Riggle is Michigan author of five novels. Her most recent book is The Whole Golden World, a story about about navigating the murky territory between childhood and adulthood, the nature of truth, and who’s really at fault. … Continue reading
NWS Guest and Pulitzer Prize Winning News Editor and Bestselling Author Visits Award Winning Black & Gold Student Newspaper. Read all about it.
U.S. Army Captain (ret.) Luis Carlos Montalván served this country for 17 years, including multiple combat tours. He was decorated with two Bronze Stars, the Purple Heart, the Army Commendation Medal for Valor, and the Combat Action Badge, … Continue reading
James Bradley is the celebrated author of #1 New York Times bestseller Flags of Our Fathers, adapted into a critically acclaimed film directed by Clint Eastwood. The book is the true story of the six men, including Bradley’s … Continue reading
Sebastian Junger has written about the world’s most dangerous professions, from sailors to fire fighters to soldiers. His book War, follows an U.S. Army platoon on a 15 month tour through the Korengal Valley Afghanistan. Listen to that … Continue reading
In May, New York Times bestselling author Nathaniel Philbrick made a NWS appearance to discuss his book Bunker Hill, about the Boston battle that ignited the American revolution–telling the stories of well-known and lesser-known heroes from that battle. … Continue reading