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Founded in 1915 by a group of authors that included Hamlin Garland, Harriet Monroe and Vachel Lindsay, the Society of Midland Authors provides publicity and public relations for authors who reside in, were born in, or have strong ties to the twelve-state Midwestern Heartland. The Society also presents annual awards for excellence to authors and poets in the categories of adult fiction and nonfiction, biography, poetry, and children's fiction and nonfiction published in the previous year.
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Tuesday, November 10, 2009 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Society of Midland Authors
The Society of Midland Authors presents a special panel of four authors focused on Daniel Burnham's Plan of Chicago. The engaging evening takes place at the historic Cliff Dweller's Club.