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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.
My son, Justin M. Anderson, founder of the teen publishing company Sigma's Bookshelf, and myself were interviewed on KFAI Radio in Minneapolis on Feb. 14.
We appeared on the show with Anne Barlow from MN Hands & Voices and "Disability and Progress" host Sam Jasmine to talk about our upcoming Novel Writing Workshop for teens, and the great work MN Hands & Voices does for kids with hearing issues.
Justin and I will be working with hearing impaired kids who are interested in writing on Sat., Feb. 16, sharing his story of how he became a published teen author when he was just 14, and how they have the opportunity to do the same thing through Justin's company, Sigma's Bookshelf.
If you missed the show, it is now posted online at this link: https://www.kfai.org/program/disabilityandprogress.
One of the best way to promote your book, particularly if it is nonfiction, is to write on the topic you have expertise in.
Patricia Cumbie, author, The Shape of A Hundred Hips, is a sexual assault survivor who is sharing her personal story in order to help others, and to help herself heal. Here is a link to a story, Healing Sexual Violence with Body Movement, she wrote for the Minnesota Women's Press' Feb. 2019 issue. RMA Publicity helped place the article.