Society & Culture
In his North of Nelson anthology of short stories, author Hilton Everett Moore skillfully captures the heart of Michigan's Upper Peninsula with its unique characters.
"The very area is a character," he said. "The land expresses itself. It makes my stories work."
Moore lives in a cabin in a remote area of Baraga County and transforms the ruggedness of the U.P. in his magnificent six short stories which have a common thread.
"Each short story has a moment in time," he said.
The protagonists, the Martins, are featured in each story as they accompany each individual character.
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