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Minnesota author Ronald E. Peterson's debut sci-fi novel, Gardeners of the Universe, officially launched with a party at the Bell Museum in Minneapolis on Sept. 29.
Gardeners of the Universe begins in the not too distant future with the births of three children destined to change the world. Rianne grows up to lead biological revolutions. Dan creates sentient computers and guides the direction of human evolution. Sarah, in an age of information dissonance, becomes the most trusted individual on Earth, and convinces the world that it must change. What sets the three apart from the rest of humanity are genetics and “gifts” that were no accident.
Early reviews for the novel have been very favorable. Kirkus Reviews said, "The author manages to juggle a large ensemble cast while clearly exploring the ramifications of each paradigm shift within the suspenseful narrative..... A fluid, grand-canvas, peripatetic future-history adventure."
San Francisco Book Review said, "If the most praiseworthy goals of science fiction are to both entertain and educate, then Dr. Peterson has achieved both."
The book is available for purchase online via the PTB Books website.
Maureen Aitken, recipient of the Foreword Review INDIE Prize and the Nilsen Prize for her collection of stories, “The Patron Saint of Lost Girls” led the presentation, “How Place Drives Plot in Fiction,” at the WOW Women of Words Conference in Minnetonka, Minn., on Sept. 27.
The workshop focused on “place” as a key to the decisions, stresses, and inspirations of your characters. Aitken is the author of The Patron Saint of Lost Girls. The collection has earned a Kirkus Star and a Foreword Star. Her work has received a Minnesota State Arts Board’s Artist Initiative Grant, a Loft Mentor Award, a grant from the SASE/Jerome Foundation, and an award from Ireland’s Fish Short Story Prize.
Aitken teaches writing at the University of Minnesota. Learn more about her work at MaureenAitken.com.
Rachel M. Anderson, founder of RMA Publicity, led the presentation, "How to get your small press of self published book into the hands of readers" at the WOW, Women of Words Writer's Conference in Minnetonka, Minn., on Sept. 28. Among the topics covered in the workshop: How to write up and then execute a book marketing & PR plan, What should be on a book website, How to go about contacting the media to promote books, How to set books apart from the competition through effective marketing and PR tactics, and more.
A busy weekend ahead for Colin Mustful, author, Resisting Removal: The Sandy Lake Tragedy of 1850. He had two television appearances in Duluth, Minn., this Friday to promote the release of his historical novel. He was interviewed on both the KBJR (NBC) and WDIO (ABC) television stations on Fri., Sept. 27 to talk about his participation in The Wisconsin Historical Society’s Commemoration of the Treaty of 1854 activities, happening at the Madeline Island Museum in LaPointe, Wisc., on Sept. 28.
This year marks the 165th anniversary of the signing of the treaty which established the first Ojibwe Indian reservations, and stipulated the rights of the Ojibwe to hunt, gather and fish in the ceded territories. The treaty was signed at LaPointe on Madeline Island.
Mustful’s novel examines the history of the Ojibwe people of Northern Minnesota and Wisconsin and how they came to be established on the reservations where they live today. Colin Mustful is a Minnesota author and historian who has made it his mission to tell history through fiction.
In addition to Resisting Removal: The Sandy Lake Tragedy of 1850, Mustful is also the author of Grace at Spirit Lake, Fate of the Dakota – A Novel and Resource on the U.S. Dakota War of 1862 and Ceding Contempt: Minnesota’s Most Significant Historical Event. For more information, check out the author’s website: www.ColinMustful.com.