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A novel inspired by one of Minnesota’s most high profile crimes was featured at The Bookstore at Fitger’s in Duluth on Aug. 24, and author Barbara Schlichting , who lives in Bemidji, Minn., previewed the event the day before on WDIO TV in Duluth.
Schlichting’s The Broken Circle, published by First Lady Press, is the story of a group of childhood friends brought back together by the untimely death of one of their mutual friends. While reminiscing about warm hearted Margo, Nancy, Judy and Sharon reflect back on another mutual loss. They collectively make the decision that the time has come to figure out what happened to Vicky, who disappeared without a trace the night of their senior prom.
The story was inspired by Minnesota’s most high profile missing person’s case—the 1989 disappearance of Jacob Wetterling. The St. Joseph boy’s body was finally located in Paynesville, Minnesota in 2016.
Learn more about Barbara’s work at BarbaraSchlichting.com.
Writing isn't the only passion author Mike Rinowski of Elk River, Minn., has. His other calling is riding his beloved Harley, and the epic trip he went on in Vietnam led to the memoir, Harley Tracks: Across Vietnam to the Wall, which was spotlighted in the Elk River Star News in Aug. 2019.
Learn more about the adventure, or pick up your copy today at Harleytracks.com.
If you live in the Twin Cities, you'll likely remember the Hiawatha homeless camp that got all the attention last summer and fall in Minneapolis. A documentary about the people who called the place home last year has been produced. It's titled, “The Wall: The Stories of the 2018 Minneapolis Homeless Camp.”
There have been four showings of the documentary so far. The most recent showing took place at HEREandTHERE.live at Southdale Center in Edina on Aug. 17. A preview story was published in the Edina edition of the MN Sun Current. The documentary shares the stories of several of the people who lived in the Hiawatha homeless camp. Many of the people interviewed say they ended up there because they were seeking community, and because of their shared problems: a collective sense of despair and the inability to shake their addiction.
After the screening, advocate-volunteer at The Wall, James Cross, and "The Wall" filmmaker Brandon Ferdig talked about their experiences and insights on the issues associated with this community. All proceeds from the event are going to help those battling homelessness and efforts to build awareness of the issue.
Learn more about Brandon Ferdig's work at ThePeriphery.com.
Colin Mustful, author of Resisting Removal, signed copies of his latest novel at Half Price Books in Roseville, Minn., on Aug. 17. The historic novel tells the story of the Ojibwe people of Northern Minnesota and Wisconsin. A preview story about the event was published in the Roseville Review.