Publishers Weekly: Northshore Festival

The North Shore Readers & Writers Festival was launched in 2015 in Grand Marais, Minn., a fishing village, located on Lake Superior, that is heavily dependent on summer tourism. The four-day festival—cosponsored by the Grand Marais Art Colony (GMAC), Drury Lane Bookstore, and the Grand Marais Public Library—takes place every other year during the first week in November.


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