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Two Harbors resident Katya Gordon’s 2nd book, Climate Change Musings and Studies from Lake Superior’s North Shore, is an easy read intended to help regular people along the North Shore connect the dots between climate change and what they see happening around them—and then see themselves as agents of change. Katya will read from the book and show a few slides of the things she’s learned along the way about how our warming earth is affecting Lake Superior and the…Find out more »
Fair Trade Books is hosting Jen Rubin, who will be available to sign her book "We Are Staying". From Jen Rubin: We Are Staying: Eighty Years in the Life of a Family, a Store, and a Neighborhood has been reviewed in the Progressive Magazine and in my New York Times Op Ed. We Are Staying: Eighty Years in the Life of a Family, a Store, and a Neighborhood tells the story of my family's small business, Radio Clinic (later RCI).…Find out more »
Meet the author and musician Dessa, of My Own Devices, following her concert during the Big Turn Music Festival, Sunday, February 24th. In her literary debut memoir, rapper and singer Dessa gives a candid account of her life in the van as a hard-touring musician, her determination to beat long odds to make a name for herself, and her struggle to fall out of love with someone in her band. Raw and intimate, Dessa demonstrates just how far the mind…Find out more »
A Mark of Permanence (Up On Big Rock Poetry Series) is a new collection of poems by trout fisherman Justin Watkins. Justin won the Red Dragonfly Press emerging artist award in 2014 with his chapbook Bottom Right Corner. Though many of his poems are set in the woods and on waterways, Justin’s sense of place and lyrical style appeal to a diverse audience, men-women, outdoors enthusiasts and indoor poetry lovers.Find out more »