Margaret Hines Book Reading
June 1, 2019 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Join us for a reading of "Who Cries for Mother Earth," a novel about the future of Mother Earth, told by a Lakota woman on a vision quest, and written by Margaret Hines.
No admission will be charged for this event.
Hines has received many positive reviews including Midwest Reviews, who highly recommended her book and called her “an author with a genuine flair for originality.” She is currently working on another novel.
Recently semi-retired from the advertising, marketing and public relations industry, Hines continues to offer some clients creative direction as a freelance copywriter and producer. She has led hundreds of advertising and public relations campaigns on a local, regional, and national stage.
Hines has won numerous awards including a national Telly for her efforts in a public relations campaign emphasizing safety.
Previously, Hines was the president of Blumenthal, Cady Advertising in Omaha, Nebraska and worked in Omaha and Rapid City as an advertising executive and marketing director. She started her career as a copywriter and on-air talent for a South Dakota TV station. She was born and raised in Sturgis, South Dakota.
Hines currently serves on the John G. Neihardt Board of Directors and the Dr. Susan Picotte Hospital Reconstruction Project. In the past, she has served on the Board of Directors of the American Federation of Advertising, American Women in Radio and Television, the Omaha Metro YMCA, the Omaha Opera Operators, and was President of the Board of Directors of ICAN.