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Richard Bahr, author of Those People, The true character of the homeless, was interviewed by Bill Arnold of My Faith Radio (KTIS-AM-Minneapolis) on Oct. 24. He shared the story behind how his book, which features a collection of stories about some of the homeless people he has encountered over the years, came about. He also talked about the nonprofit he runs with his wife, Carla.
Threshold to New Life (Threshold2newlife.org) is a 501c3 charity that since 2013 has been working to help people experiencing gaps in their life, and keep them from becoming homeless.
The Twin Cities Book Festival drew a strong crowd of book enthusiasts to the Minnesota State Fair Grounds on Oct. 13. Both the RMA Publicity and Sigma's Bookshelf tables had a steady stream of visitors all day long.
At the RMA Publicity table, I answered questions about publicity, while several of the authors I work with sold books. Meantime, over at the Sigma's Bookshelf table, seven of our teen authors staffed the table throughout the day. They got great support from the crowd, selling more than 20 books total. Not bad for a day's work!
Learn more about RMA Publicity at www.RMAPublicity.com. Learn more about Sigma's Bookshelf at www.SigmasBookshelf.com. Sigma’s Bookshelf is a project of Springboard for the Arts, a nonprofit arts services organization.
The launch event for University of Minnesota teaching specialist Maureen Aitken's book, The Patron Saint of Lost Girls, took place at Common Good Books in St. Paul on Oct. 6.
The book is already getting a lot of attention in the literary world. The Star Tribune newspaper's review begins with the words, "There are more than a few moments of reckoning in this fine collection of linked stories." In her review for Midwest Book Review, Diane Donovan says, "Maureen Aitken has produced a masterpiece highly recommended not only for fans of literary fiction (and most deserving of being the Nilsen Prize for a First Novel Winner), but for anyone seeking a winning, accessible and compelling portrait of growing up female in Detroit in an era where everything familiar is changing."
Learn more about Maureen's work at MaureenAitken.com.