Results tagged with 'Wisconsin authors'
Published July 16, 2014
You can take the boy out of Milwaukee, but Andy Mozina's new collection of short stories proves you can't take the Milwaukee out of the boy. As Mozina prepares to return home to make a bookshop appearance, we caught up with him to ask about the Milwaukee influences in his work in general and in "Quality Snacks" specifically.
Published Feb. 13, 2014
There's no doubt about it, medicine has come a long way over the past century. But, ask Wisconsin historian and author Erika Janik and she'll tell you, medicine in the 19th century wasn't all snake oil and trickery. While Publisher's Weekly says Janik's "Marketplace of the Marvelous: The Strange Origins of Modern Medicine," is "a must-read for medical history buffs," the book is, in fact, a fascinating and readable look into the roots of modern medicine, with some bonus ties to Wisconsin for hometown readers.
Published Aug. 3, 2013
Take a maximum-security prison in northern Wisconsin. Throw in a seriously bitter paraplegic social worker, a Special Education teacher with a tragic past and the incestuous (but entertaining) workings of a small Midwestern town, and you've got Wisconsin author Jess Riley's latest novel, "Mandatory Release," a humorous but poignant account of how we move on from the crises that threaten to cripple us - literally or figuratively.
Published March 27, 2013
It's been a long time since we caught up with Wisconsin native and bestselling author Danielle Trussoni. In the nearly six years since we talked about her first book, "Falling Through the Earth," Trussoni, who now lives in New York, published "Angelology," which was a New York Times bestselling novel about the world of dark angels and the angelologists who hunt them. Now, she's back with the second book in the angel trilogy.
Published Jan. 5, 2013
It's hard to say if anyone could have foreseen what "The Quilter's Apprentice," the debut novel by Madison author Jennifer Chiaverini has wrought. That 200-ish-page book was the first in what is now a series of Elm Creek Quilts novels that runs 19 bestselling books long. Her first non-series book, "Mrs. Lincoln's Dressmaker" - based on the life of Mary Todd Lincoln's seamstress and confidante Elizabeth Keckley, who was a former slave - is due out on Jan. 15.
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