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RMA Publicity has several media placements and events happening in July for authors we work with.
An article about Breaking the Cycle: Writings by Women in Prison by Joan Moses will appear in the Catholic Spirit newspaper... The July issue of St. Louis Park Magazine will feature an article about Tom Glaser, author, Full Heart Living: Conversations with the Happiest People I Know.... Carolyn Porter, author, Marcel’s Letters: A Font and the Search for One Man’s Fate will sign books at Valley Booksellers in Stillwater, Minn., on July 8, and at the Har Mar Mall Barnes and Noble in Roseville on July 9.... and Bob Petrella, author, Days of the Giants, will participate in an author fair at the Ventress Memorial Library in Marshfield, Mass., on July 15.
Professor Jon K. Lauck's From Warm Center to Ragged Edge: The Erosion of Midwestern Literary and Historical Regionalism, 1920-1965 officially launched on June 25, and RMA Publicity helped secure several pre-launch stories, including a preview story about the event in Columbus' This Week Newspapers.
In June, Lauck was also interviewed on West Michigan Week on WGVU-TV, the PBS station in Grand Rapids, Mich. In addition, his book has been positively reviewed by The Washington Post, The Chicago Tribune and KIrkus Review.
Lauck is the founding president of the Midwestern History Association, the co-founder and Associate Editor of Middle West Review, and an adjunct professor of history and political science at the University of South Dakota. He has also authored seven books. From Warm Center to Ragged Edge: The Erosion of Midwestern Literary and Historical Regionalism, 1920-1965 was officially released by University of Iowa Press on June 1.
A great launch event for Sigma's Bookshelf's first two titles. Both teen authors Justin M. Anderson and Ruby Jane Schweiger sold all of the books ordered for their event by the Barnes and Noble in Roseville, Minn.
At the event, both teen authors shared the inspiration behind their stories and did readings. Anderson’s Nothing But Trouble is the story of a pharmaceutical CEO so desperate to save his company, he throws ethics out the window when a mysterious man leads him to a cure for cancer. His decision to move forward with a human trial involving the “cure” without testing it first leads to nothing but trouble.
In The Murder at Emerson’s, a couple of kids stumble upon a murder scene at their school, and the conspiracy to cover it up. They turn into amateur sleuths, but in the process of trying to solve the case almost become victims themselves. After the teens presented, Sigma’s Bookshelf co-founder Rachel M. Anderson spoke about what’s next for the company, which exclusively publishes the work of teen authors at no expense to them.
The media offered great pre-coverage of the event. There were stories in the MN Sun Sailor, Patch.com, The Roseville Review and The Lakeshore Weekly.
Sigma’s Bookshelf is a sponsored project of Springboard for the Arts, a nonprofit arts service organization. Contributions on behalf of Sigma’s Bookshelf may be made payable to Springboard for the Arts and are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law. Donations can be made online at www.sigmasbookshelf.com/donate.
If you didn't make it to the event, and would like to order books, here are links: Nothing But Trouble: Amazon / Barnes and Noble... The Murder at Emerson's: Amazon / Barnes and Noble.