People, Places, and Things
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Bosses carries an array of books, magazines, and cigars. They are a huge supporter of Wisconsin writers and carry many titles.
Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets (WFOP) is dedicated to promoting awareness and appreciation of poets and poetic heritage in the state, mentoring and supporting local poets with regular readings, workshops, conferences and other events, and advocating for the study of poetry in our schools.
Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets
Basils highlights the abundant artistic talent in our community (acrylics, oils, photography, assemblage, sculpture, textile, jewelry) but also provide these gifted people with 24/7/365 space in which to create.
Basil Ishkabibble's Art Gallery
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Wisconsin-based Americana musician and artist. Combining the harmony of Midwest Americana with singer-songwriter sensibility and outlining an acoustic instrumentation with a rock edge Rob Anthony is truly at home. His music reaches into the soul, grabs the struggles of the inner man, and weaves it into a solid personal connection between musician and listener.
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A Texas native, Carla Landreth, is an author, filmmaker, and actress. She has won several awards for her poetry and short stories and has become a favorite among the novel-writing circuit with her cozy mystery novels.
“Some authors are great writers, some are great storytellers. Gregg Luke is one of those rare authors who is both.” –Kathryn Jenkins, former Managing Editor, Covenant Communications
Tyler Whitesides worked as a janitor at an elementary school to put himself through college. He is the bestselling author of the Janitors series. He graduated from Utah State with a degree in music. In addition to writing YA novels, Tyler is an avid composer and arranger of instrumental music. He and his wife live in Logan, Utah.
Gabino Iglesias is a writer, journalist, and book reviewer living in Austin, TX. He’s the author of ZERO SAINTS, HUNGRY DARKNESS, and GUTMOUTH. His reviews have appeared in Electric Literature, The Rumpus, 3AM Magazine, Marginalia, The Collagist, Heavy Feather Review, Crimespree, Out of the Gutter, Vol. 1 Brooklyn, HorrorTalk, Verbicide, and many other print and online venues.
Danielle French is a nomadic singer/songwriter based out of Calgary, AB who has been writing, recording and performing for 20 years. In 2012 Danielle was invited by creative director Pat mAcdonald (Grammy-nominated songwriter, formerly of the band Timbuk3- he wrote “The Future’s So Bright I Gotta Wear Shades”) to participate in a series of songwriting intensives at the Holiday Music Motel in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. Three times a year, on Pat’s invitation, dozens of songwriters of varying genres are housed at the Motel for a week at a time to co-write, record and perform together. Songwriters are paired through a random “spin-the-bottle” process, and this is where the magic happens…
Singing/writing years ago in a Rockabilly band called The Screaming Lillies, and barely 19, Liv packed up and re-located herself to Nashville from the Midwest where she performed at places like Tootsies and The Rose Room while supplementing her income occasionally by playing for money on the streets with an open guitar case. Liv has now just released her second solo album Liv Sings LIGHT OF THE VALLEY SHADOW OF THE MOUNTAIN , in which she composed, played, recorded and mixed nearly the entire album alone in her home studio.
Not long after Nashville, Austin became her next home wherein she formed the first incarnation of 'The Lovelies'...Re-forming the band after returning to the Midwest is where The Lovelies had the most success.
From her first solo album on, Manda Mosher’s songs have always shimmered with pure rock & roll soul as channeled through a singularly grounded American Girl, inspiring one writer to dub her the “female Tom Petty.” That’s high praise, but she carries it well. An award-winning songwriter, recording artist, multi-instrumentalist, touring musician and entrepreneur, she was baptized in the river of real-time rock & roll, and has never abandoned that spirit. Like Tom Petty, her idol, she’s radiated a reverence for the purity and artistry of great songwriting and record-making since the start.