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The Leelanau Press was established in 2000 by Barbara and Frank Siepker and Suzanne Wilson. It is a non-profit publishing company which exists solely to publish Leelanau County writers and artists. It also hires Leelanau County book designers and editors and chooses printers within the midwest. All book sale proceeds go towards funding future books.
In 2012 it published Painting the Magic of Sleeping Bear Country by Hank Feeley.
In 2013, it will publish the Art of Sleeping Bear Dunes in conjunction with a juried exhibit of the paintings at the Dennos Museum. A Call for Entries due October 19, 2012 is available for downloading on the Dennos Museum website and here.
Previous Books Published:
2008 - Historic Cottages of Glen Lake by Barbara Siepker and photographer Dietrich Floeter, 2008 Michigan Notable Book and Michigan History Society Award Winner-
2009- Mapping the Indians of Grand Traverse Indian Country: The Contributions of Peter Dougherty by Helen Hornbeck TannerContact: Barbara Siepker at 231-334-4395, email@example.com, 6898 MacFarlane Road, Glen Arbor, Michigan 49636
2003 - Glen Arbor Pioneers: John LaRue, John Dorsey and John Fisher by Jim Tozer
As this is a small volunteer company, it is not actively seeking manuscripts.