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  • Reading Into It With Jack Miller
    Jack Miller is a semi-retired English and ESL teacher now living in Columbus, Ohio, after many years in Minneapolis. The retirement is "semi" because he is a part time instructor of ESL at Ohio State. His wife, Paula DeGrand, is a former librarian...

  • Reading Into It With Olive Mullet
    Olive Mullet, who has family roots in Italy, was a long time faculty member at Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Michigan, where she continues to live with her husband Dan.
    She reviews books for various publications...

  • Q&A With Renee Rosen
    New scoops, romance, heartbreak, tradgedy and intrigue await those who read Renee Rosen's newest novel, White Collar Girl. Readers are immediately thrown into the world of Jordan Walsh...

  • Q&A With Nickolas Butler
    Shotgun Lovesongs, Nickolas Butler's first novel, became an overnight sensation. The New York Times reviewed it not just once, but twice and it immediately found a place in the hearts of many...

  • Q&A With Kate Basset
    We are accquainted with Anna O'Mally on the one year "deadaversary" of her best friend and uncle, Joe. If she does not start to show some improvement in her mourning, she's going to a boarding school in Hell...Michigan...
  • Which Social Meeting Account Speaks To You?
    If you've been checking out the lineup of authors, illustrators, journalists and other presenters attending the inaugural Harbor Springs Festival of the Book, we have identified a few accounts you should follow based on your personality type...
  • Letters: Words with Friends
    Everything you need to know about the event in partnership with Three Pines Studio...

  • Q&A With Deb Pilutti
    You wouldn't think squirrels and bears could be friends, bears eat squirrels, don't they? Well...

  • Harbor Springs in Black and White
    Festival presenter Alison DeCamp got us thinking about what the Library of Congress has on file for Harbor Springs. What we found is stunning...

  • Q&A With Alison DeCamp
    My Near Death Adventures (99% True) by Alison DeCamp follows the misadventures of Stan, an almost-12-year-old who spends a winter in a logging camp...

  • The Painting With No Home
    The back story of Jim Peery's commemorative poster for the Harbor Springs Festival of the Book...

  • Welcome to Reading Into It
    We are pleased to announce a series that will include interviews, reviews, short essays and other reader-related activities...

  • Introducing the Harbor Springs Festival of the Book
    As most good ideas begin, the story of the Harbor Springs Festival of the Book (HSFOTB) began over drinks...