Noteworthy March 2017

We celebrate the creativity of our city’s writers and musicians.

Chasing Slow
Viral sensation and HGTV.com star Erin Loechner, who built a fan base of one million women worldwide and earned the title of “Nicest Girl Online,” knows all about the chase – racing for something higher, faster or better. And how you can feel lost. She wrote her new book after moving to Fort Wayne from Los Angeles, and documents turning away from the fast lane of fame and frenzy, toward a new-fashioned lifestyle which will refresh perspective.
$15.99 at amazon.com

As Death Draws Near
July 1831: A young couple’s idyllic honeymoon in England’s Lake District is interrupted by a message from the new bride’s father-in-law, urging the couple to look into the murder of a woman of the cloth at a school in Ireland. This couple, Kiera and Gage, are soon looking into a second murder at the school while trying to decipher which of the students may be hiding some sinister secret. Anna Lee Huber’s fifth book in the Lady Darby book series.
$10.60 at amazon.com

The Ascension of Slow Dakota
Heavily inspired by William Blake, Walt Whitman and Christian myth, the new album from Slow Dakota – aka Fort Wayne native PJ Sauerteig –  received heaps of praise upon its release this past summer. A Pushcart Prize-nominated author, Sauerteig’s music blends poetry and literature with a bevy of acoustic and electronic instruments.
$10 at slowdakota.bandcamp.com

First appeared in the March 2017 issue of Fort Wayne Magazine.

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