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2017 Great Lakes Writers Festival Featured Writers Announced

Karl Elder, host of the Great Lakes Writers Festival, held annually at Lakeland University is proud to announce the featured writers for 2017. Kevin McFadden, an accomplished poet and author of Hardscrabble will be joined by fiction writer Emily Ruskovich, author of Idaho.


Kevin McFadden

photo courtesy of Sam-McPhee

Emily Ruskovich, photo courtesy of Sam-McPhee

Elder announces featured writers for 2015

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A.E. Stallings (Photo by Milos Bicanski/Getty Images)


Nickolas Butler

Karl Elder, host of the Great Lakes Writers Festival held annually in November at Lakeland College, Sheboygan, WI is pleased to announce that world renown poet A. E. Stallings will be a featured writer. Stallings is among the finest New Formalist poets in the world.

In addition, Wisconsin novelist Nickolas Butler has agreed to share his insights with festival goers.

Read more about them here and on our Facebook page.

Cooler by the Lake: The Poets of Mead

Karl Elder to read at EBCO ARTworks poetry exhibition.

Cooler by the Lake: The Poets of Mead

What: The poetry circle at Mead Library makes a splash in July with a gallery exhibit of their words
When: July 12-13, 2013.
Where: EBCO ARTworks at 12th and Erie, Sheboygan, WI

The following poets will exhibit their poetry:
Gerald Bertsch, Nancy Harrison Durdin, Karl Elder, Kathryn Gahl, Dawn Hogue, Maryann Hurtt, Mary Kunert, Leighann Metter-Jensen, Georgia Ressmeyer, Clarke Ross, Lisa Vihos, and Marilyn Zelke-Windau

Admission is Free

Friday, July 12, 2013 5-9pm: Show Opens.
Poetry Reading at 7pm.
Desserts/Beverages Available.

Saturday, July 13, 1-4pm: Gallery Hours