Elisa Korenne is an award-winning author and songwriter known for original songs, shows and stories about oddballs in history. She left New York City in 2006 to be an artist-in-residence in west central Minnesota and, to her surprise, stayed. Since leaving an urban career in international development and technology, she has become known as a pioneering rural artist. Korenne’s Hundred Miles to Nowhere: An Unlikely Love Story —a Next Generation Indie Book Award Finalist—tells her story of finding somewhere, and someone, in the middle of nowhere.
History, Non-Fiction, TribalNeither Wolf nor Dog
Film, Non-FictionGood Scripts, Bad Scripts: Learning the Craft of Screenwriting through 25 of the Best and Worst Films in History
Non-Fiction, Young ReadersThe World Is Awake: A Celebration of Everyday Blessings
Fiction, Writers SupportLaurentian Divide