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Editor speaking at Redbery's Authors’ Market

I’ll be RedBerry Books reading from one of my books at Redbery's Annual Authors’ Market in Cable, Wis., on Sunday, Sept. 29, from 1 to 3 p.m. Several regional Wisconsin authors will be on hand to meet with fans and readers, including:
• Jim Brakken, “Thor Loken & the Death of Chief Namekagon”
• Cheri Olson, “Surviving the Teen Driving Years”
• Julie Buckles, “Paddling to Winter”
• Anne Miller, “Mashkiki Rapids”
• Rob Bignell (Yours truly!), Headin' to the Cabin
• Jay Thurston, “Following in the Footsteps of Ernest Hemingway”
• Darby Nelson, “For Love of Lakes”
• Gary Nei and Ros Nelson, “Cow in the Road, Bear in the House”
• John Leighton, “Paradise View: Collected Poems”
The event will be held at the Rivers Eatery, 43455 Kavanaugh Road.

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