Michigan News Agency supports local authors with Creative Endeavor Project
By Emma Palova
Kalamazoo, MI -I had the pleasure of meeting Dean Margaret Hauck, owner of Michigan News Agency (MNA) in downtown Kalamazoo on Saturday. The old-time newsstand with hundreds of newspapers, magazines, paperbacks, comics, souvenirs, candy and tobacco has been around since 1947.
The newsstand is emerging as a “literary hot spot.”
Most recently Hauck started the Creative Endeavor Project to support local authors.
“We will sell your books as a pass through and return all of the money to you, authors,” Hauck says. “The News hopes this will encourage our writing communities to strive to do your work.”
Hauck turned to me and said:
“You’ve done your work.”
I found my book “Shifting Sands: Short Stories” in the Creative Endeavor Project section up front by the window. I will soon have the second book for MNA and others: “Shifting Sands: Secrets.” (c) 2019 Emma Palova.
There are 150 different titles included in the Creative Endeavor Project.
The MNA displays books in a special section up front and on their website http://www.michigannews.biz
All of these are recent titles.
The address of the newsstand is 308 W. Michigan Avenue, Kalamazoo. To talk to Hauck about your book call 1-269-343-5958.
Hauck is very encouraging:
“Hey–all you aspiring writers–come talk to me about your artistic creations.”
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