Sturgeon Bay, Wis. (January 24, 2022) – The DCMM Maritime Speaker Series invites you to ask questions and engage in discussion with Dr. Victoria Brehm, author of Great Lakes maritime and Native literatures, during February 3’s ONLINE-ONLY presentation at 7 p.m.
Victoria’s books include The Women’s Great Lakes Reader, named “One of Fifty Essential Books for Michigan History,”; Star Songs and Water Spirits, the first collection of lakes’ Native literature, described by Lake Superior Magazine as “A masterwork and an accumulated treasure,”; and White Squall: Sailing the Great Lakes, which one reviewer experienced as “Inherently fascinating, impressively informative, exceptionally well written, organized and presented….”
To order copies of Brehm’s books, visit: LadySlipperPress.org.
Dr. Brehm lives on her family’s sesquicentennial farm in northwest lower Michigan.
The DCMM Maritime Speaker Series offers an assortment of monthly programs – from historical topics to current issues affecting the Great Lakes and the economy that relies on them. The Door County Medical Center Maritime Speaker Series programs are held the first Thursday of each month, October through May, beginning at 7pm, on the second floor of the Museum in Sturgeon Bay, as well as online. There is no costs to attend; we suggest donation of a non-perishable food item, or if watching online, we ask you to donate to your local food pantry.
Visit www.dcmm.org/maritime-speaker-series for more information and to register for the online presentation.