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Author Mesrobian featured on BookEnds online

Meet the author of "The Whitsun Daughters," a finalist for a 2021 Minnesota Book Award, on June 12 via Zoom.

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Cover of "The Whitsun Daughters" by Carrie Mesrobian

Carrie Mesrobian is the featured guest on this month’s BookEnds Online Edition, 11:30 a.m. Saturday, June 12 via Zoom.

Mesrobian is the author of “Sex & Violence” and “Cut Both Ways,” books that challenge stereotypes and contradictions that persist to this day. Her most recent book, “The Whitsun Daughters,” was named a 2021 Minnesota Book Awards finalist in young people’s literature.

Currently teaching at The Loft Literary Center in Minneapolis, Mesrobian has taught in both public and private schools. Her writing has appeared in the StarTribune, Brain, Child magazine, Calyx and other print and web publications.

The Zoom meeting ID for the June 12 BookEnds is 867 0338 5655. For more information, email 603wchs@arvig.net , call 218-631-9079, or visit www.WadenaCountyHistory.org .

BookEnds Online Edition is produced by the Wadena County Historical Society and Travelin’ Storyteller, in partnership with the New York Mills Regional Cultural Center. It is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Five Wings Arts Council and a legislative appropriation from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.

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