U.P. Notable Books Club Announces 2nd Year Lineup of Local Authors
From September 9, 2021, to May 12, 2022, nine authors will Zoom with readers, answering questions about their work. Authors participating in the discussions include Susanna Ausema, Tyler Tichelaar, Craig Brockman, William J. Sproule, Linda LeGarde Grover, Jane Kopecky, Maryka Biaggio, Mikel B. Classen, and Mary Doria Russell.
Find these books in the stacks, or ask at the reference desk to see what is available from our lending library.
U.P. Notable Books Year 2 Schedule
|Thursday, September 9, 2021||6:00 Central/7:00 Eastern||I Spy…Isle Royale||Susanna Ausema||Isle Royale and Keweenaw Parks Association, 2019|
|Thursday, October 14, 2021||6:00 Central/7:00 Eastern||Kawbawgam: The Chief, The Legend, The Man||Tyler Tichelaar||Marquette Fiction, 2020|
|Thursday, November 11, 2021||6:00 Central/7:00 Eastern||Dead of November: A Novel of Lake Superior||Craig Brockman||Curve of the Earth, 2020|
|Thursday, December 9, 2021||6:00 Central/7:00 Eastern||Houghton: Birthplace of Professional Hockey||William J. Sproule||2019|
|Thursday, January 13, 2022||6:00 Central/7:00 Eastern||In the Night of Memory||Linda LeGarde||UMN Press, 2020|
|Thursday, February 10, 2022||6:00 Central/7:00 Eastern||World War II Conscientious Objectors: Germfask, Michigan the Alcatraz Camp||Jane Kopecky||2020|
|Thursday, March 10, 2022||6:00 Central/7:00 Eastern||Eden Waits: A Novel Based on the True Story of Michigan’s Utopian Community, Hiawatha Colony||Maryka Biaggio||Milford House, 2019|
|Thursday, April 14, 2022||6:00 Central/7:00 Eastern||Points North: Discover Hidden Campgrounds, Natural Wonders, and Waterways of the Upper Peninsula||Mikel B. Classen||Modern History Press, 2018|