“Many spy novelists, including Ian Fleming and John le Carré, actually worked as intelligence agents. Add to that list Jason Matthews, whose 33 … Continue reading
For the first time, the NWS opened the event with a reading from a fellow student of mine, and I must say, it … Continue reading
Bestselling author Nathaniel Philbrick is an admittedly meticulous researcher and has become known for his ability to pull out fascinating bits of history … Continue reading
Where History and Science Fiction Collide by Maxine Tewsley Professor Tuesday’s Awesome Adventures in History, Book Three: The Underground Railroad by Jeffrey L. … Continue reading
Jeff Schatzer is a storyteller and author who finds inspiration in our country’s legends and history. A northern Michigan resident, Jeff holds a … Continue reading
FSW students and writer-in-residence Leigh Gallagher talk about the success of the new program on 7&4s Writers Minute. Read all about it.
Nathaniel Philbrick on “sailing” the waters of northern Michigan, his favorite band, and his new book Bunker Hill: A City, A Siege, A … Continue reading
A partnership of the National Writers Series and the National Cherry Festival Tuesday, July 2, 2013 at 7 pm City Opera House Ticket … Continue reading
Called one of America’s premier literary events by Poets and Writers magazine, the National Writers Series has hosted over 70 nationally and internationally … Continue reading
IPR spoke with Doug Stanton about how the FBI works, and the surveillance all around us. Listen to the audio from that conversation.