Featuring Michigan writers and photographers, stories, poetry and nature photography all about and inspired by Northern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula – we are so excited to offer WALLOON WRITERS REVIEW “edition 6” in PRINT!
Please look for it at your favorite bookseller soon! We will update our page with sightings on bookstore shelves of this stunning 104 page collection, opening with a very special reprint of a stanza from a Jim Harrison poem, reprinted by special permission of The Permissions Company, on behalf of Copper Canyon Press. Our cover Photography is by UP Photographer Elizabeth J. Bates and inside, you’ll find an array of reflections on nature, this amazing region, good stories – a few fishing references and a lot to enjoy.
If you love Northern Michigan and the UP, the tales we share, the natural beauty that surrounds, astounds and inspires us, you’re in for a treat. The content is suitable for general audiences and a special section features award winning poetry and prose by young writers from the region.
Great for Father’s Day, cottage bookshelves, beach reading, side table’ pick and up and come back to’ over the whole four seasons – and enjoyable for everyone.
Walloon Writers Review features an array of accomplished and emerging writers and photographers. Check with your local independent bookseller this month!
It’s no secret Walloon Writers Review has a thing about our literary and writing community. This Spring brings us really exciting events that continue throughout this summer and fall in Northern Michigan. No matter where you are, you can join in and be a part of these events!
Walloon Lake Reads April 1st started a community read of The Nick Adams Stories by Ernest Hemingway, which runs through May 13. This community read includes numerous speakers, historians and opportunities to learn more about Hemingway and family ties to Northern Michigan. Several events are planned for this Community Read and the “2021 Hemingway Homecoming”. Follow this link for more information: https://www.walloonlakemi.com/walloon-lake-plans-hemingway-homecoming-activities-in-2021/
Harbor Springs Festival of The Book hosts ” One Bay, One Book Community Read” , a new element of their Festival programming. The Removed by 2018 Festival Presenter and National Book Award finalist Brandon Hobson was selected for this year. Hobson will discuss his book in a virtual community event Wednesday, April 28th at 7:00 pm. The online event will be moderated by Margaret Noodin, poet and Professor of English and American Indian Studies at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Brilliance in the skies and the magnificence of Northern Michigan’s beauty –
While we usher in March, hoping for the burst of Spring birds, warmer winds and peeks of grass and mud (haha), we wait patiently as gale winds flail about, and ice seems to just keep us on our toes. Thanks to Steve Huder for the phenomenal photo shown here.
We are waiting, too for the print release of Walloon Writers Review edition 6! Expect an update soon – but production is ongoing and finishing touches are coming together while we move off our free digital edition and onto our print version!
We have waited for a long time to run straight into a snowbank, slide across snow packed trails on skis, sleds, skates and tires. Joy joy joy! Now the fun can begin! Winter is a stellar season in Northern Michigan and with our restaurants reopening, it feels like a celebration! But someone invited the North wind, so be sure to bundle up accordingly.
Walloon Writers Review edition 6, our first digital version of our regional literary magazine reached hundreds of viewers on issuu.com since we announced it in December! What a great opportunity to reach new audiences and offer the experience of our magazine in an online format. But, tradition calls and we hear you… so, we are excited to meet the many requests for a print version!
Walloon Writers Review Edition 6 in print is in production! Please check back with us for a release date.
Our thanks again to Mitchell Graphics of Petoskey in providing our e-edition design and upload to issuu.com so successfully!
Watch our website, Instagram and Facebook accounts for updates and we will keep you posted on when and where you can get your print copy of our 6th edition of Walloon writers review. Keep warm and have fun!
We did something special this year. We are so excited to offer a digital edition of Walloon Writers Review to share with readers at no charge this year!
Walloon Writers Review edition 6 features outstanding poetry, short stories and nature photography inspired by Northern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula. We are honored that GLEN YOUNG served as editor for this edition. Titled “edition 6” which references our first e-edition, the collection serves to share an enjoyable experience.
We are excited to once again include the winning selections from the 18th Annual Crooked Tree Arts Center Juried Young Writers Exposition.
Please follow this link and enjoy this wonderful collection – may you find peace and joy in the holiday season, the beautiful setting of Northern Michigan and the UP, and a joyous New Year.
Walloon Writers Review would like to give thanks to all of our contributors who have made our little lit magazine grow and blossom and all of our bookseller friends who have shared the incredible poetry, stories and photography over the years.
We are so excited to share that Walloon Writers Review edition 6 – our first digital only release is under production. While this (like every. single. thing. in 2020) is taking a little longer than expected, we know it’s worth the wait.
This edition is edited by Glen Young, who has contributed poetry to Walloon Writers Review and serves as Associate Editor, which is so exciting because his fresh voice, exceptional talent and dedication to good writing makes for a really incredible edition.
After Thanksgiving, we will list the edition 6 Contributors you can look forward to reading and enjoying their photography upon release. Thanks to you, readers, writers, photographers, booksellers, graphic designers, friends and newcomers, we can look forward to a step away from the rough edges of this year and immerse ourselves in focusing on Northern Michigan, the beckoning Upper Peninsula and all of it’s natural beauty.
We give thanks to all and wish you a peaceful week.