David Anderson Lottes
Pen Name: None
Born: 1965 in Monticello Indiana
Photo Credit - Michael Heinz/Lafayette Journal & Courier- David Lottes raises the American flag during opening ceremonies at the Feast Sampler Saturday, August 27, 2011, at Fort Ouiatenon near West Lafayette.
The novel I have written is a fictional account of what life along the Wabash was like for Early French Settlers. Much of the story takes place in what would one day be known in Indiana but a great deal of the story features Fort De'Chartres and Kaskakia in what would always remain known as Illinois. I have lived along the Salt Fork of the Vermillion River in Central Illinois since 2002. As a young man, I lived in Chicago in the 1990s.
Biographical and Professional Information
I was born along the Tippecanoe River and have lived most of my life in the Wabash River Valley. I am currently employed as a cataloger by the Illinois Heartland Library System. "Ouabache" is my first novel.
Ouabache, LuLu, 2011
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Release Date: 2012-10-01
Speaking Engagements and Upcoming Appearances
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Please Visit: http://www.ouabache.info for more information.
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