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The National Writers Series Presents: An Evening With Karla Cornejo Villavicencio on Thursday, April 8
As the nation's collective attention begins to turn once again to issues of immigration reform, there's no better time to join the National Writers Series 2021 Spring season for a conversation with Karla Cornejo Villavicencio, author ...
Everyone's favorite non-profit organization dedicated to connecting world-famous authors with the community is going digital!
The National Writers Series of Traverse City is now bringing the discussions to a podcast every week.
The podcast will feature a wide variety of guest authors and guest hosts, most of whom appeared live at the City ...
Tricia Frey encourages new writers to “sit down and write.”
By Grace Meyer
While there are a lot of dog books out there, this is one of the best. -The BookLife Prize 2021.
Tricia Frey’s memoir River Love: The True Story of a Wayward Sheltie, a Woman, and a Magical Place Called Rivershire, explores redemption, love, and being enough—just as ...
The Traverse City National Writers Series is coming under new leadership, with Executive Director Anne Stanton stepping down effective February 1 and Jillian Manning taking the helm as the new executive director for the organization.
Young people the world over often dream of getting published and two upcoming National Writers Series classes will get them closer to the thrill of seeing their work in print. Jillian and Craig Manning will team up to teach kids, ages 11–18, how to write a children’s book (with an adult class planned for this summer). They’ll also teach young ...
Martha Teichner knew she had a story after a trip to the Union Square Greenmarket in New York City.
It wouldn’t be a story for the Traverse City local’s usual job as a correspondent with “CBS Sunday Morning.”