Leelanau Historical Society holds writers roundtable

From staff reports

History writers, researchers, genealogists, publishers and authors are cordially invited to join the Leelanau Historical Society for the upcoming program​ Writers Roundtable: From Pen to Print on Tuesday, May 22 at 4 p.m. at 203 E. Cedar St. in Leland. ​Four local professionals will share their tips, tricks, first-hand experience, and advice in a casual panel style format. The audience is encouraged to ask questions and interact with the presenters. The goal of this program is to encourage and support those working on a historical work of writing. The presenters will include:

Barbara Siepker​, President of Leelanau Press, a Leelanau County publisher and author of Historic Cottages of Glen Lake.

Linda Dewey​ author of Aaron’s Crossing: An Inspiring True Ghost Story and The Ghost Who Would Not Die.

Andrew White ​Leelanau County history researcher. Andrew has worked diligently to seek the most accurate historical information about Port Oneida, Glen Arbor and North Unity.

Julie Schopieray​ author of the ​newly-published book Jens C. Petersen: From Bricklayer to Architect: The Life and Works of a Visionary Michigan Architect.

RSVP by emailing Kim Kelderhouse at kim@leelanauhistory.org.