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Sunday, April 22 • 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Where to begin in Research

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You've got big ideas for your next creative project but after spending a sleepless night in the Wikipedia rabbit hole, you're no closer to having the answers. These authors have been there. They'll discuss their strategies for deep dives into your research that make the most out of your available time while also being fruitful fodder for your novel, non-fiction or memoir project. Moderated by UWGB professor Vicki Medland.

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Gavin Schmitt

Gavin Schmitt has been recognized as the go-to expert for Wisconsin organized crime. His work appears in the books 'Milwaukee Mafia' and 'Shallow Grave' (among others), and he has been interviewed on radio, in newspapers, and as part of Mafia documentaries. He specializes in getting... Read More →
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David Siegel

David Siegel has been with the Green Bay (Wisconsin) Metro Fire Department since 1997. He is a lieutenant at Station 5 on East Mason Street, a paramedic and the science officer for the hazardous materials team. Previously, he worked as a biochemist after earning BS (1986) and MS (1989... Read More →
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Liza Wiemer

Liza Wiemer is an award-winning educator with twenty-five years of teaching experience. HELLO?, her debut realistic contemporary YA novel, is set in Door County, Wisconsin and was published by Spencer Hill Press, NY. It was named a Goodreads Best Young Adult Novel and was on Milwaukee... Read More →

Sunday April 22, 2018 2:00pm - 3:15pm CDT
Neville Public Museum Classroom 2