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The new documentary Through The Iron Curtain - From Romania makes its world debut on Sunday, Oct. 22nd from 4 p.m. - 7 p.m. at a public premiere party to be held at American Swedish Institute (ASI) as part of their 2017 programming theme of “Migration, Identity and Belonging.” The event will be held at their headquarters, located at 2600 Park Avenue, Minneapolis.
Though Through the Iron Curtain - From Romania tells the Romanian community's story of relocating in Minneota, but it is really every immigrant’s story. The documentary begins airing on Twin Cities TPT in early November.
To promote the launch event, RMA Publicity contacted the hometown newspapers of all of the people who appear in the documentary. Here is a link to the first story to publish. It is in the Eden Prairie News.
Tickets to the premiere party are available for purchase online at www.ThroughtheIronCurtain.com.
Historian and author Jon Lauck was interviewed on KCUR-FM, NPR in Kansas City, on Tues., Oct. 10 about his new book on the Midwest. The book, entitled From Warm Center to Ragged Edge: The Erosion of Midwestern Literary and Historical Regionalism, has been widely praised by the Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, Milwaukee Journal, Omaha World Herald, Minneapolis Star Tribune, and Kirkus Reviews. Lauck’s book calls for a revival of studies of the Midwest.
Lauck's interview previews his appearance at the Iowa City Book Festival where he will be speaking at 4 p.m. on October 14. The location will be the Iowa City Public Library at 123 South Linn Street in Iowa City.
Lauck lived in Iowa City from 1993-1997 and earned his Ph.D. in history from the University of Iowa in 1997. Lauck’s new book From Warm Center is published by the University of Iowa Press.
During the half-century after the Civil War, Lauck explains, intellectuals and politicians assumed the Midwest to be the font and heart of American culture. Despite the persistence of strong currents of Midwestern regionalism during the 1920s and 1930s, the region went into eclipse during the post-World War II era. In the apt language of Minnesota's F. Scott Fitzgerald, the Midwest slid from being the “warm center” of the republic to its “ragged edge.”
Jon K. Lauck is the founding president of the Midwestern History Association, the associate editor and book review editor of the Middle West Review, the host of the “Heartland History” podcast, and an adjunct professor of history and political science at the University of South Dakota. Lauck is the author or editor of several other books, including The Lost Region: Toward a Revival of Midwestern History (University of Iowa Press, 2013).
There is a story about teen author Lily Van Allen in the Hudson Star Observer, her hometown newspaper. In the article, Hudson Student Now a Published Author, the 13-year-old shares how she learned about Sigma's Bookshelf, what is believed to be the first and only publishing company exclusively for teenage authors, and then made a decision to submit her book for possible publication.
Sigma's Bookshelf's editors were immediately impressed by her writing style and the storyline, and helped bring her book to market. Lost & Found: Five People. Three Stories. New Beginnings is the story of single mother Lorraine Sky, who has had her son, Joey, taken away from her. Desperate to get him back, she teams up with her ex, Joey's father, to find him.
Joey is found, and as he grows up, he begins to lose himself in a way, until he meets Estella James, a girl whom he falls in love with very quickly. Tragedy strikes and breaks Joey, causing him to run away to New York to make it as a musician. As he reaches international fame, an important figure from his past, a dead man named Lewis Ebbs, is brought back to life for one day to save Joey's life and return him to his family.
Copies of Lost & Found , along with four other teen authored books, are available for purchase online at www.SigmasBookshelf.com/books.
There is a story about teen author Kayla Klanreungsang of Winnipeg, Canada in the Oct. 2 issue of the Winnipeg Free Press.
In the article, the 14-year-old shares the inspiration behind her book, Guardian Angel, which tells the story of November Harris, a 17-year-old girl from a small town called Brookhaven. Her dream is to leave the town and become an architect, but when she meets Ace Montego, a boy with a secret, her whole life changes as November gets sucked back into a supernatural world and discovers shocking revelations about herself and Ace.
Her book was recently released by Sigma's Bookshelf, what is believed to be the first and only publishing company exclusively for teenage authors. Copies of Guardian Angel, along with four other teen authored books, are available for purchase online at www.SigmasBookshelf.com/books.