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The best books are often those based on true stories.
Congratulations to Jim Kosmo on the release of his novel, Monsters in the Hallway. The story is based on secrets he has carried around with him for decades. A story about the book appears on the front page of the Oct. 22 Eau Claire Leader Telegram.
The new documentary Through The Iron Curtain - From Romania made its world debut on Oct. 22 wih a public premiere party at the American Swedish Institute (ASI) in Minneapolis.
Though Through the Iron Curtain tells the Romanian community's story of relocating in Minnesota, but it really is every immigrant’s story. The documentary begins airing on Twin Cities TPT in early November. In addition to the film debut, there was also an awards ceremony during the event. U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar, Minnesota Historical Society Director & CEO D. Stephen Elliott and Bruce Karstatdt, President & CEO of the American Swedish Institute all received the "Friends of Romania" award.
RMA Publicity handled PR for the event. Stories were secured in the Pioneer Press, Minn Post, the Hudson Star Observer and Eden Prairie News. Learn more about the documentary at www.ThroughtheIronCurtain.com.
October is the month of mystery, and the perfect time to launch a new foodie anthology filled with mystery and intrigue, not to mention recipes that will tantalize the taste buds. Cooked to Death: Volume II – Lying on a Plate features stories written by 15 mystery writers who hail from Minn., N.Y., Calif., and Ore. Each of the stories is accompanied by a recipe.
Some of the recipes included in the book were contributed by the authors. Others came from Twin Cities restaurants Kyatchi, Keys, Crossroads Deli and RandyPie. Editor Rhonda Gilliland contributed two recipes as well.
As its name suggests, Cooked to Death: Volume II – Lying on a Plate is the second book in the mystery series. The first book was published by Nodin Press of Minneapolis. Wise Ink Creative Publishing, also of Minneapolis, published the second book in the series. Both books will be featured at several events this fall and winter.
Cooked to Death: Volume II - Lying on a Plate Events
Barnes and Noble Blaine – Sun., Nov. 5, 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. 710 County Hwy 1 Blaine, MN 55434
Dakota Co Library – Sat., Nov. 18, Noon – 4 p.m. 14955 Galaxie Avenue, Apple Valley, MN 55124
Fair Trade Books, Fri., Nov. 24, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. 320 Bush. St. Red Wing, MN 55066
Princeton Library, Sat., Dec. 9, 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. 100 4th Street S. Princeton, MN 55371
Edina Art Center – Oct. 21
Once Upon A Crime – Oct. 21
Deep Valley Book Festival, Mankato - Oct. 7.