MARY ROACH was never especially interested in war. She didn’t come from a military family, she never served, and she hadn’t reported on war as a journalist. But the best-selling author of books on the science of sex (Bonk), … Continue reading
Ticket sales for Fall 2016 are now open to the Public. We asked our audience who they would like to see, and we are bringing them to Traverse City! First event is Saturday, September 17th at the Milliken Auditorium. … Continue reading
Lover of the 1920s, Paula McLain talked about her interest in Ernest Hemingway, Hadley Richardson Beryl Markham and Out… Posted by Traverse City National Writers Series on Tuesday, October 6, 2015
National Writer’s Series: “Cooked Book” Commercial for Bookmania Book Festival from Novum Productions on Vimeo. Then we have the festival for you: BOOKMANIA. Starts October 7th.
From MyNorth.com, July 27, 2015 Benjamin Busch, a Northern Michigan actor/writer has had two tours in Iraq, a stint on The Wire, a book, a film, a farm, and continues to have a burning desire to live, to … Continue reading
On April Fool’s Day, NWS board member, decorated war veteran, actor, and acclaimed author Benjamin Busch discusses buffoonery and a dog give-away. Busch was a NWS guest artist on the main stage at the City Opera House on … Continue reading
Ten years after he left Iraq as a Marine, Benjamin Busch left his farm in northern Michigan, flew to Baghdad, got in a taxi and drove alone with an interpreter all the way to the Iranian border. Here … Continue reading
Listen to a conversation with Benjamin Busch about Dust to Dust, acting, and his father with Late Night Library’s Executive Director, Paul Martone who awarded Dust to Dust the 2013 Debut-litzer Prize in creative nonfiction. Busch was a … Continue reading