DOVETAILED PRESS authors Marlene Wisuri and Kathryn Nordstrom
have photographs from their 2012/365 photography project on exhibit at the current members' show at the Duluth Art Institute.
PRESS author Marlene Wisuri has co-authored, with Thomas Peacock, a new book by Afton Historical Society Press, titled To Be Free: Understanding and
Eliminating Racism. It is designed to introduce young people to the topic of racism and its history in the United States and outline
ways of combating it. To Be Free is now available at book stores or can be ordered from Dovetailed Press or Afton Press.
TO BE FREE IS A FINALIST IN THE BENJAMIN FRANKLIN BOOK AWARDS!
Three other Thomas Peacock/Marlene Wisuri titles—Ojibwe: Waasa Inaabidaa, The Good Path, and The Four Hills of Life—are now being distributed
by the Minnesota Historical Society Press and are available at bookstores or from MHS Press.
The Four Hills of Life
is now available in a paperback edition. Price is $19.95
Marlene Wisuri is available to teach family history workshops. Watch for updates
and more information on the workshop page.
THE FISH HOUSE BOOK
Nordstrom, author of The Fish House Book, has opened
a new on-line shop on Etsy. Search under sellers for kathrynNordstrom. Among the items featured are unique prints on metal
from the book.
Kathryn Nordstrom has done the cover image for the last two issues of Area Woman magazine.
SCOTT HOUSE SOUVENIRS
Scott House Souvenirs authors James Sheetz and Marlene
Wisuri are available for presentations on Scott House and the Military Road.
LARRY LUUKKONEN SCHEDULE:
Between the Waters is now sold out, but author Larry
Luukkonen is available for speaking engagements.
Call 218/525-3924 for details on any scheduled events or to schedule an event with any of our authors.
Kathryn Nordstrom's Etsy Shop
Afton Historical Society Press
Minnesota Historical Society Press
Duluth Art Institute