My part in this will be a 20-30 minute talk on some of the technical aspects of fiction writing. (Not too technical or I wouldn't be able to figure it out...) All-- You are invited to Minwaajimo--Telling a Good Story, A Gathering of Creative Writers from 2-9 pm on Friday, June 23, 2017. The event is free and open to the public, hosted by Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa Community College with the support from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and the Copper Country Community Arts Center. Our keynote speaker, Kimberly M. Blaeser (UWM Professor, Anishinaabe Poet, and 2015-2016 Wisconsin Poet Laureate) will present on "Humor and Disobediance in Writing." This event also features Michigan authors: Chat Faries, Denise Sweet, Janeen Pergein Rastall, Joseph Heywood, Rebecca Frost, Russell Thorburn, and Sally Brunk. Other events include a public open mic; genre-specific workshops; book sales and signing; author Q and A; food and mingling; Ojibwa culture; and tours of Michigan collections. For more information, see the Facebook event page: bit.ly/Minwaajimo2017. Click the going or interested button to follow the event and to get updates. Browse the postings for more info about the authors, events, and times. Or call 906-524-8307 or email Jesse Koenig at email@example.com. And, of course, we are always accepting donations to the Michigan Authors' and the S.R. Covieo Michigan Poets' Collections. Donations can be dropped off or mailed to MI Authors or MI poets Donations, KBOCC, 770 N. Main St., L'Anse, MI, 49946.