Lake Superior Writers supports the artistic development of writers and fosters a vibrant literary arts community in northeastern Minnesota and northern Wisconsin.
Episode 14: Adam Herman
Adam Herman reads from his book "Limbo: An Odd Novel" and talks about the path to self-publishing.
Episode 13: Pamela Fish Carlson
Duluth journalist Pamela Fish Carlson talks about the children's book that she wrote and her daughter illustrated and how to make that work.
Episode 12: Sarah Bamford Seidelmann
Duluth author Sarah Bamford Seidelmann talks about her journey from self-publishing to the more traditional publishing world and offers advice for aspiring writers: “Why does a story need to be told, who needs to hear it? Do it for whatever breaks your heart — offer it as a gift to repair that thing that’s wrong in the world.”
Episode 11: Gary Boelhower
Duluth Poet Laureate Gary Boelhower reads from his latest collection, Naming Rites, and talks about his inspiration, his process and what's next.
“What does it mean for us to live, fully, into our name? What does it mean for us to be the fullness of what we are called to be?”
Episode 10: Paul Lundgren
Paul Lundgren reads a personal essay on the evolution of grocery shopping and talks about his need to write, whether it's to process the world or just goof off.
Episode 9: Linda LeGarde Grover
Linda LeGarde Grover reads from her newest book, "Onigamiising: Seasons of an Ojibwe Year" and talks about how it came to be.
Something in the Water
Lake Superior water. Writers: Reading and talking. It's fun and awesome. Like Duluth and the head of the lake tend to be.