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Wisconsinâ€™s David Rhodes returns with a new novel
Rhodes is a 1971 graduate of the prestigious Iowa Writersâ€™ Workshop who went on to publish three acclaimed novels in the 1970s before a motorcycle accident left him paralyzed from the waist down. In 2008, Rhodes returned to the literary scene with the award-winning novel Driftless, which was honored as the Milkweed National Fiction Prize Winner. Rhodes currently lives in Wonewoc, Wis., with his wife. He will speak at Boswell Book Co. at 7 p.m. on Thursday, June 6.
Breakfast with the Authors
9-11:30 a.m., June 8
7030 N. Port Washington Road
The Best of Milwaukee Writers Circle 2013 Anthology is a collection of fiction, non-fiction and poetry culled from the local writers groupâ€™s members. â€śWe honor diversity,â€ť says founder Heddy Keith, who has kept the Circle spinning with the weekly cable access program â€śMeet the Authorâ€ť along with organizing the launch of the groupâ€™s first anthology.