Terri Karsten

Terri Karsten

Living in the shadow of the Mississippi River bluffs, Terri Karsten has been a writer and educator for many years with a keen interest in the past.

Her novel, A Mistake of Consequence (2015, B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree) takes readers into Colonial America. Her second novel, When Luck Runs Out (2017) is an orphan train story for middle-grade students. In 2020, Terri published The Legend of Goshado: A Japanese Folktale (a picture book) and Mindy Saves the Day (an early chapter book).

Speaking engagement topics include indentured servants in Colonial America, colonial cookery, orphan trains, and writing workshops.

Terri is a panelist on "Writing a Story Set in the Past" @ 1:30 pm. For more information and to REGISTER, see the program schedule.

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