Three University of Minnesota Press book-signing events in Duluth
Thursday, Oct. 14, 7pm, Clyde Iron Works
Michael Nordskog and Aaron W. Hautala
The Opposite of Cold: The Northwoods Finnish Sauna Tradition
Thursday, Oct. 21, 7pm, Clyde Iron Works
A Porch Sofa Almanac
Thursday, Oct. 28, 5-8pm
This Is Not Florida: How Al Franken Won the Minnesota Senate Recount
Author Michael Nordskog and photographer Aaron W. Hautala will be at Clyde Iron Works for a talk, slide show presentation, and signing for their new book. Appetizers and a cash bar will be available, and books will be available for purchase from Northern Lights Books & Gifts. The event will take place in the mezzanine area of the restaurant.
Beginning with the origins of Finnish sauna, The Opposite of Cold is an exquisite commemoration of the history, culture, and practice of Finnish sauna in the north woods. With stunning photographs of unique and historic saunas of the region Michael Nordskog and Aaron W. Hautala unveil the importance and beauty of sauna culture in modern Midwestern life.
Author and Minnesota Public Radio commentator Peter Smith will be at Clyde Iron Works reading and signing for his new book, A Porch Sofa Almanac. Appetizers and a cash bar will be available, and books will be available for purchase from Northern Lights Books & Gifts. The event will take place in the mezzanine area of the restaurant.
A Porch Sofa Almanac is the first collection of Peter Smith’s essays for Minnesota Public Radio. The result is a hilarious, often wry, and always remarkable portrait of everyday life in the Land of 10,000 Lakes that will resonate with Minnesotans from the state’s biggest cities to its smallest towns.
Jay Weiner will be giving a talk and signing copies of his book at the Bookstore at Fitger’s.
This Is Not Florida is the behind-the-scenes saga of the Franken-Coleman Minnesota Senate recount, the largest, longest, and most expensive election recount in American history. In a fascinating, blow-by-blow account, reporter Jay Weiner covers the entire recount. This Is Not Florida presents an unforgettable moment in political history that proved that it’s never really over until it’s actually over.
Jay Weiner reported on the 2008 U.S. Senate recount and election contest for MinnPost.com, a Minneapolis-St. Paul news Web site. For his coverage, he received Minnesota’s prestigious Frank Premack Public Affairs Journalism Award.
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