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My son's teen book publishing company, Sigma's Bookshelf, for which I serve as the editor, recently released its 21st teen authored book. "High Tide" is the story of a young girl who goes on a coming-of-age journey during which she has to face and overcome many obstacles.
The theme of the book has a lot of parallels to the author's publishing journey. When Sanya Pirani first submitted her story at the age of 11, it was nowhere near being ready to published. She spent the next five years reworking the story and is now a published author,
High Tide is available for purchase on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Direct links to both sales pages can be found at Sigmasbookshelf.com/books, and check out the story about Sanya just published in the Prior Lake American, her hometown newspaper. Congratulations Sanya!
When the time comes to make a change in one’s living situation, there is a lot to consider. If you are a widow or widower, recently divorced, or the kids have moved out and you’re ready to downsize, just moving into a smaller house isn’t all you need to think about.
According to Avidor Minnetonka resident Donna Bennett, people also need to make sure they will be getting enough socialization, and be in a place where they will feel safe and secure as they move through their life transition. Donna is among those featured in a story that aired on KSTP TV's Twin Cities on April 19.
Learn more about Avidor Minnetonka, or schedule an appointment to tour the community online at Avidorliving.com/Minnetonka
April is National Poetry Month, an annual observation to pay tribute to the great legacy and ongoing achievement of American poets, and the vital place of poetry in American culture. A special event is planned at Metro State University in St. Paul to celebrate on April 11th.
The Pioneer Press published a preview story about the event on April 9. The week before, on April 6th, preview interviews were done on WCCO TV and KFAI Radio in the Twin Cities. In the interviews, Suzanne Nielsen, author, FaceUp: A Collection of Outlaw Poems, and her publisher, Belo Cipriani from Oleb Books, previewed the discussion they have planned to promote Suzanne's work. The book serves as a springboard for conversations about moments when facing up to something, or someone, is the only way out of a dilemma.
FaceUp: A Collection of Outlaw Poems won the 2021 Oleb Books Poetry Prize. Oleb Books is a Minneapolis-based publishing house for writers with disabilities. The event will be streamed live and closed captioning will be provided.
More information can be found online at OlebBooks.com. This event is sponsored by The College of Liberal Arts at Metro State University.
Congratulations to Abdi Mahad and his wife, Hudda Ibrahim. The Sahan Journal has just published a story about Diverse Voices Press, the company they co-founded in an effort to make sure diverse voices find their way into American literature.
In ‘Elevate and empower’: How St. Cloud’s Diverse Voices Press is filling a gap in children’s literature, reporter Alfonzo Galvan shares the couple's inspiration for their company, and how readers have reacted. The story was picked up by Minnesota Public Radio, and is available to read on the station's website.
Learn more at DiverseVoicesPress.com