DeWitt-based LINDA HUNDT author of 2014 Michigan Notable Book “Sweetie-licious Pies: Eat Pie, Love Life,” is a national pie-baking champion, award-winning retro-inspired bakery owner and sought-after keynote speaker who is thrilled her Sweetie-licious Bakery Cafe was selected as the exclusive pie provider for Williams-Sonoma, Inc.
From his Grand Haven home base, prolific photographer JOHNNY QUIRIN is a frequent contributor to West Michigan publications, the Pure Michigan campaign, Midwest Living and Spectrum Health, among others. He keeps equally busy as owner of a full-service school and youth sports portrait company (flicker.com/photos/jqphoto).
A resident of Royal Oak, avid amateur gardener and freelancer writer ILENE WOLFF contributes to a wide variety of magazines and custom publications. She relishes time spent outdoors in Michigan and finds other gardeners and artists to be some of the kindest, most interesting people she knows.
Northern Michigan artist and regular BLUE Reflections contributor GLENN WOLFF illustrated for The New York Times for 30 years and has collaborated on several books with Michigan author Jerry Dennis, including updated editions of “It’s Raining Frogs and Fishes” and “The Bird in the Waterfall (Big Maple Press; glennwolff.com).
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Corrections: In Michigan BLUE’s 2014 WINTER edition, award-winning home designer Jeff Visser is inaccurately referred to as architect in Great Lake Story. Also, in the same issue (“Casino Getaways,” page 45), the full name of the Four Winds facility is the Silver Creek Event Center at Four Winds New Buffalo (fourwindscasino.com). It is owned by the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians.