John C. Fisher  has made presentations across Missouri. He frequently speaks to local historical societies, civic clubs, libraries, and other groups about topics including Missouri history, especially southeast Missouri regional history, military food history, and Missouri folklore. Fisher is also available to speak to writer's groups and conferences about a variety of writing related topics. If you would like to arrange for John to speak to your group or to learn about other presentations he makes use the contact button. To see his Missouri Speakers Bureau presentations use the MHC button.
Listed below are a few examples of the presentations he has given.

"The 1939 Southeast Missouri Sharecroppers Demonstration," Arkansas State University, Delta Symposium, 2023

"French Settlement in Missouri's Eastern Ozarks," Missouri State University-West Plains, Ozarks Symposium, 2022

"The Civil War in the Missouri Bootheel: The Legend of Billie Dement," Missouri Folklore Society Conference, Boonville, MO, 2023

"Writing Query Letters," Heartland Writers Guild Conference, Sikeston, MO, 2002

"Transformation of the Southeast Missouri Lowlands," Dunklin County Library, Kennett, MO, 2023

"Divining Rods, Water Witching, and Grave Dowsing," Pemiscot County Historical Society, Caruthersville, MO, 2022

"The Soldier's Love of Coffee," Stoddard County Historical Society, Bloomfield, MO, 2015