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Memoir is perhaps one of the most difficult genres to write because once published, the author's inner most thoughts and feelings are in print for all to see. Congratulations to Rosemary Ann Davis who bravely shares the story of those she lost to the AIDS epidemic in the 1980s.
Pioneer Press books editor Mary Ann Grossman calls Before They Left Us, "Memoir at its best because Davis tells us not only what happened, but what it all meant to her." Here is a link to the full review.
There is a story about Dr. Tressa Reisetter's new book, Getting to Know Your Child's Brain, in the March 2019 issue of the Maple Grove Medical Magazine. Dr. Reisetter works with school districts and families in and around the Maple Grove community. Learn more about her work at Tressareisetter.com.
Sigma's Bookshelf's third novel writing workshop for teens was held at the Hopkins Center for the Arts on Feb. 23 and 24. Eight teens, some from as far away as Duluth, Minn., came to learn all about how to get started on a novel, and ultimately get it published.
This event, one held back in Oct., and another one planned for this coming June, were made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council (MRAC), thanks to a legislative appropriation from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
Learn more about Sigma's Bookshelf, what is believed to be the first and only book publishing company exclusively for teen authors, at SigmasBookshelf.com.
Award-winning author and composer Roma Calatayud-Stocks led a presentation at the Edina Art Center on Feb. 16. During the event, Roma discusssed the artistic and musical contributions of some of the greatest composers and conductors, the rise of Nazism, the role of art in the public arena, and Beethoven’s legacy in the early 1930s.
In her novel, A Symphony of Rivals, the protagonist, Alejandra Morrison, faces more than a battle of the sexes in her quest to become a symphonic conductor in a male-dominated field. She is also up against fascist policies and the upheaval in Europe in the years leading up to World War II.
For more information, go to RomaStocks.com.