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Is America's Forgotten Flyover A Gold Mine For Publishers?

Posted at 8:19AM Tuesday 01 May 2012

National Writers Series spotlights authors, journalists, and other storytellers in monthly one-on-one conversations that are successful enough to make northern Michigan a prime venue for any author's book tour; it has been known to draw up to 700 people to events, charging $20-25 at the door (discounts for educators and students). At the same time, it spearheads a multi-platform media blitz for each visiting author.

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