Margaret Hasse returns to Write On, Door County the week of July 17th. While in residence, she will take part in our collaboration with Midsummer Music Festival. Margaret is the author of four award winning-collections of poetry. Her fifth will be published this fall. Maggie Peterman had the opportunity to chat with Margaret about her… [ Read On ]
Collected by Maggie Peterman, journalist and Write On board member.
Michael Brecke is the former pastor of Saint Paul’s Lutheran Church in Juddville and is a founding board member of Write On, Door County. He returns to the area the week of July 11 to lead “Sharing Stories With Someone You Love,” a three-part class intended to help people write the stories of their families,… [ Read On ]
Author and Door County native James Mihaley returns to Write On from his Los Angeles home to lead our second annual Writing and Yoga Retreat, August 1-5. The retreat will take place at various locations throughout the county. Maggie Peterman recently had the opportunity to talk with Jim about his writing, his inspirations, and his… [ Read On ]
Acclaimed novelist Faith Sullivan makes her first appearance in Door County June 16-18. During her stay, she will give a reading from her latest novel, Good Night, Mr. Wodehouse, at the Miller Art Museum, co-sponsored by The Friends of Door County Libraries and the Peninsula Bookman on Thursday, June 16; lead a writing workshop at… [ Read On ]
Memoirist Ellen Rosewall discusses the influence of Stephen King, the Outlander series, and knitting on her own writing, as well as the projects she is currently working on with Write On volunteer Maggie Peterman. Chair of the Arts Management Program at UW – Green Bay, Ellen will be in residence at Write On May 15… [ Read On ]
Place of Residence Halfway between Ellison Bay and Sister Bay, with a peephole of water and its music to dream by. Favorite Book Though it is nearly impossible to choose just one, I would have to say that Mary Oliver and her Pulitzer-prize-winning book, American Primitive would be the one. Her poetry is completely accessible… [ Read On ]