Alaska Book Week 2017 Authors

These authors and more are participating in Alaska Book Week 2017

Alan Ables
Tale of the Tape:  Two Unlikely Heroes Take Down the Dixie Mafia, is an action/adventure – historical fiction dealing with State Department corruption in the ’80s and drug trafficking.  Much of the action is set in Alaska, on Hood Lake, the Spenard neighborhood and Lake Iliamna.
Code Day Zero:  USS Constitution’s Escape from Armageddon, is also an action/adventure – historical fiction.  It centers on the USS Constitution and time travel to Europe and the intrigues that brought the U.S. into the war of 1812.  It has been adapted as a screenplay.
I am former commander of Armed Forces Radio and Television – Alaska and served later as editor of the Alaska Business Monthly.

Jean Ander
HUMAN BEING SONGS: Northern Stories, was published in February 2017 by University of Alaska Press as part of the Alaska Literary Series. The collection was a finalist for the annual G.S. Sharat Chandra Prize in Short Fiction from BkMk Press at the University of Missouri-Kansas City in 2015 and 2016, and stories in the group have been published in national and regional literary magazines.

Carl Battreall
https://www.photographalaska.com/
Alaska Range: Exploring the Last Great Wild

Gina Edwards
http://artistsyouhire.com/GinaEdwards.html

Mareth Griffith
http://parvuspress.com/court-of-twilight/

Eowyn Ivey
http://eowynivey.com/

Nick Jans

nickjans.com

Joan Kane
https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poets/joan-kane

Julie LeMay
https://julielemay.com/

Nancy Lord
http://www.writernancylord.com/

Nicole Stellon O’Donnell
http://www.alaskawritersdirectory.com/authors/odonnell_nicole.shtml

Kate Partridge
https://www.alaskacenterforthebook.org/kate-partridge

Jeremy Pataky
https://www.jeremypataky.com/

Chantelle Pence
http://www.chantellepence.com/

Aria Suber
http://grannieknowsbestbedtimestories.com/

Dan Walker
http://www.danlwalker.com/index.html

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