Meet members of the Door County Published Authors Collective and talking with them about their paths to publication. Books will be available for sale and authors are happy to sign copies.
Future Meet and Greets are scheduled for Saturday, August 6, and Saturday, November 5.
Participating authors at today’s Meet and Greet are:
Judy DuCharme, author of nine books including, most recently, Addy of the Door Islands.
Ann Heyse is the author of the children’s picture books Good Morning, Door County and Good Night, Door County. She has also published a collection of poetry, Drink in Sweet Rain.
Marggie Moertl is the author of Sally–A Memoir and Life As a Prayer, about her spiritual transformation during her many years as a hospice nurse.
Dan Powers is the author of the novel How Long a Shadow, which interweaves Chicago history through two generations struggling with the shadowy influences of their father and grandfather.
Judy Ann Ritter is the author of Following My Path: Striving for Justice and Social Change, about her sister-in-law’s life before and after her ALS diagnosis.
Charles Schudson writes books about judges and the law, including Independence Corrupted: How American Judges Make Their Decisions and On Trial: America’s Courts and Their Treatment of Sexually Abused Children.
Jan Wrede whose book Outspoken: The Olly Neal Story, a personal account of the struggle for black freedom and equality in eastern Arkansas as told to her by the powerful civil rights leader Olly Neal.