Short stories are a hybrid of former school teacher’s experiences, imagination
Author Jim Studer will discuss his newest book “The Mystery of Tony the Goat & Other Tales” at Breakfast Club on Wednesday, Jan. 9,
at the Stearns History Museum. The program will begin at 9 a.m.
“The Mystery of Tony the Goat & Other Tales” takes the reader on 20 short journeys all over the world. His stories were inspired by area legends or a hint of truth from the author’s life and experiences.
Studer, a contributing writer for the Museum’s Crossings publication, will elaborate on some of his more local tales.
A graduate of St. Cloud State University, Studer taught writing, literature, and speech in Minnesota high schools, including Albany and Maple Lake, for 37 years. He earned his master’s degree from the University of Minnesota and taught in Sao Paulo, Brazil, for four years. “The Mystery of Tony the Goat & Other Tales” is Studer’s second book.
The Breakfast Club program is free for Stearns History Museum members and is $7 for nonmembers.
Refreshments are served. The Museum is located at 235 South 33rd Avenue in St. Cloud. Please join us for this entertaining event.