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Maj. Miguel Reece, author, The Disabled Veteran’s Story: The Sacrifices of Our Veterans and Their Families, will be interviewed on WDPN-AM in Cleveland, Ohio on Tues., June 29.
The interview will offer an opportunity for Maj. Reece to share the stories of sacrifice and service told in his book just in time for one of the most patriotic holidays of the year, Independence Day (July 4).
Learn more about the project at www.miguelreece.com.
Barry ZeVan The Weatherman has been invited to appear on WCCO Radio the evening of July 3 to talk about his new autobiography, Barry ZeVan, My Life among the Giants, A Memoir...Thank You, Jerry Stiller For Urging Me To Write This Book. WCCO's Jearlyn Steele will interview him on her show around 8:30 p.m. that evening.
The book recounts the very rich experiences of the author's life. ZeVan was a weatherman on KSTP-TV and KARE-TV in the Twin Citieis in the 1970s and 1980s. He also had a show on WCCO Radio for a time.
For more information or to purchase a copy of the book, visit www.barryzevan.com.
Marley Kaul, author of the award-winning book, Letters to Isabella: Paintings By Marley Kaul, made five bookstore appearances in June. He appeared at Valley Bookseller in Stillwater, Minn., (June 26), Barnes and Noble in Roseville, Minn., (June 25), Wolf Books and Bindery in Park Rapids, Minn., (June 18), Barnes and Noble in Mankato, Minn., (June 12), and Barnes and Noble in Duluth, Minn., (June 10).
Also in June, articles about the book appeared in the June 9 edition of the Mankato Free Press and the June 12 edition of the Park Rapids Enterprise.
Kaul's book is a retrospective of his acclaimed works, each accompanied by the letters he wrote to his granddaughter, Isabella, offering insight on the thinking and experiences that have influenced his work. In May, the book won recognition in the Midwest Book Awards contest as first place winner of the total book design category.
Kaul is retired now, but used to be an art professor at Bemidji State University in Minnesota. Learn more about his work at www.marleykaul.com.
Lawrence Perlman, author, The Russian Collector, celebrated the Twin Cities launch of his latest novel in June. He appeared at Common Good Books in St. Paul on June 23, and the Barnes and Noble in Roseville on June 25.
In The Russian Collector, it is up to Senior Inspector Gerard de Rochenoir of the elite French National Police to unravel the plot and bring the conspirators to justice. The story is set in France and Italy. It also moves to Wisconsin where the detective’s love interest, American insurance executive Catherine York, is from.
Perlman says The Russian Collector was partially inspired by a case he worked on early in his law career involving a dispute over a series of Jackson Pollock paintings. The Russian Collector is the sequel to Perlman’s novel, The Last Layer, published by iUniverse in 2010.
Learn more at www.therussiancollector.com.