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LC ClassificationsPS283.M5 H5
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Pagination69 p.
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LC Control Number60016690

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The award was established in with the intention of recognizing significant Michigan authors with a lifetime achievement award. Michigan Writers is a community of writers, poets, editors, teachers, critics, readers, designers, booksellers — and everyone else who values the written word.

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This book seeks the answers not in political theory, but in personal narratives. Ultimately, it finds that for the Lakes to thrive, not just endure, the Lake Nation may have to redefine citizenship.

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There are many ways we collaborate to our mutual benefit, including: Sharing info about book signing events; Networking and idea sharing with other authors; Offering online listings for your books on this website. (See example.).