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A free showing of the documentary, “The Wall: The Stories of the 2018 Minneapolis Homeless Camp,” took place on Jan. 9 in memory of the death of one of the men featured in the film. The showing was at the Grand Makwa Cinema in Onamia, Minn., and the Mille Lacs Messenger covered the event.
Earl Monchamp Junior was a member of the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe, and one of four people of native American descent featured in the film to die as a result of addiction since the film's release in Summer 2019.
The documentary by independent film director and producer Brandon Ferdig shares the stories of several of the people who lived in the Hiawatha homeless camp that sprang up last winter in Minneapolis.
A great way to go about acquiring media placements for your book is to write an article or column for the publication you are targeting, and there's a magazine in Minnesota that is very receptive to author-written columns.
The Jan. 2020 issue of Minnesota Women's Press magazine features an article Sheila O'Connor wrote about the inspiration behind her book, Evidence of V: A Novel in Fragments, Facts and Fictions. Pick up your own copy today at SheilaOConnor.com.
Congratulations to Maureen Aitken, author, The Patron Saint of Lost Girls. Her short story collection has mde the list of Kirkus Reviews' Best Indie Books of 2019, and it is featured in the Dec. 15 issue of the Kirkus Reviews magazine.
The Patron Saint of Lost Girls has also captured the attention of employees at The Galleria Barnes and Noble in Edina, Minn. In Nov. 2019, Aitken was invited to lead a character development workshop for writers who frequent the store, and the book has been selected as the inaugural title for the store’s new book club. The title will be featured at the store throughout the month of Jan. 2020.
“I’m thrilled that The Patron Saint of Lost Girls is the inaugural choice for Beyond the Words Book Club with Tiffanné and Sadie. The passion these women share for books is so infectious; and their timing couldn’t be better. As the holidays end and we move deeper into winter, building a community of readers to gather and discuss literature is a wonderful cure for cabin fever and bitter temperatures,” said Aitken.
Store patrons are invited to pick up their copy of The Patron Saint of Lost Girls at the store, read the book, then return the afternoon of Sun., Jan. 26 between 2 p.m. – 3 p.m. for a discussion and question and answer session with author Maureen Aitken. The Galleria Barnes and Noble is located at 3230 Galleria, Edina, MN 55435.
There is great value in reaching out to media in your hometown. It paid off with a great article in the Bemidji Pioneer for Robin Kelleher, author, Sit Stay Pray, just in time for the New Year.
The book makes a great gift for all pet lovers, offering unique insight into what our best friends may be thinking as they observe us. Sit Stay Pray is available for purchase at itascabooks.com, amazon.com or barnsandnoble.com.