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College of Menominee Nation Library: Call for Stories

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This call for writers and storytellers is part of a grant with the Institute of Library and Museum Services.  The purpose is to create and publish a series of books for different ages.  This book is focused on bringing stories together for youth/young adults so they can read the stories of those like them and older generations to see how it is and how it was growing up Menominee.

To help us share these stories, please submit your story (written, audio recording, or video recording) by March 30.  Participants will get a FREE journal and be entered into the drawing for a Writer's Prize Basket.  These stories will be considered for the publication. Editing may be done. Authors published in this book will receive a FREE copy after publication.

If you need help getting started, take a look at the prompts below.

Writing Prompts

Need help getting started on your story?  Try these prompts...

What experiences have you had growing up that are uniquely Menominee?

What is your personal experience with Menominee language? Did you grow up speaking it or hearing it? Do you speak it today? Did you learn as a child? An adult?

Do you have stories about dancing? Singing?

Tell a story about culture camp.

Do you or a family member have a story about attending a boarding school?


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