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“Ripped from the Headlines—of 1875” Rutgers Alumni reviews The Strange Case of Daniel Brown

Feb 26th, 2021 | Filed as: News

Rutgers Alumni writes:

“On a summer evening in 1875, officer Patrick McDonald showed up at Brown’s rented home after a neighbor complained of loud laughter and singing. Words were exchanged. McDonald struck the unarmed Brown in the head with his club and pulled his gun.”
 
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Migraineur Magazine reviews So Much More Than a Headache: Understanding Migraine through Literature

Feb 26th, 2021 | Filed as: News

Migraineur Magazine reviews So Much More Than a Headache: Understanding Migraine through Literature.

“This is great writing and pleasurable reading.”—Migraineur Magazine

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55 Plus magazine reviews So Much More Than a Headache: Understanding Migraine through Literature

Feb 24th, 2021 | Filed as: News

55 Plus magazine reviews So Much More Than a Headache: Understanding Migraine through Literature.

“A deeply-moving narrative about every aspect of migraine. . .”—55 Plus

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Press author Diana Glyer speaks at The Trinity Forum on “The Inklings, Creativity, and Community”

Feb 23rd, 2021 | Filed as: News

“On February 12th we were delighted to welcome award-winning author and professor Diana Glyer. Glyer is intrigued by the creative process, particularly the way that creativity thrives within small groups and creative clusters. She has written extensively on the lives and work of C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and their beloved community known as The Inklings.”
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The Other Veterans of World War II reviewed by ARMY Magazine

Feb 10th, 2021 | Filed as: News

Rona Simmons’ The Other Veterans of World War II: Stories from Behind the Front Lines is reviewed by ARMY Magazine.
“… Sixteen million men and women were mobilized for the fights in Europe and the Pacific. Yet most of them never fired a shot in anger, serving in noncombat positions behind the front lines.
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Six Capsules author Bob Dekle speaks at the Writers Alliance of Gainsville

Feb 2nd, 2021 | Filed as: News

Bob Dekle, author of Six Capsules: The Gilded Age Murder of Helen Potts, speaks on Francis L. Wellman, the man who prosecuted the fascinating case from his book.

“As I progressed along, I kept bumping into stories that were so good they could easily form the basis of a stand-alone book rather than a chapter. I […]

 


Audio: Hemingway in Comics author Rob Elder interviewed on After Hours with Rick Kogan

Jan 28th, 2021 | Filed as: News

“Digital Executive & Author Rob Elder is with WGN Radio’s Rick Kogan to talk about his latest work, Hemingway in Comics. You can purchase Rob’s book here.”

 


Video: Small Town, Big Music author Jason Prufer on WKYC-TV

Jan 19th, 2021 | Filed as: News

Don’t miss this informative video interview with Jason Prufer, author of Small Town, Big Music: The Outsized Influence of Kent, Ohio, on the History of Rock and Roll on WKYC-TV

 
 

 


Problem Plants of Ohio featured by KSU’s College of Arts and Sciences

Jan 19th, 2021 | Filed as: News

Kent State University’s College of Arts and Sciences website features Problem Plants of Ohio written by faculty members Megan E. Griffiths, Melissa A. Davis and David Ward
“We really did try to write the book without too much fancy botanical terminology,” Griffiths-Ward said. “It’s there, but we’ve really toned it down and tried to write the text in such […]

 


Video: Stephen Peterson coauthor of The Turnpike Rivalry speaks on WKYC-TV

Jan 9th, 2021 | Filed as: News, Uncategorized

Don’t miss this great interview with Stephen Peterson, coauthor of The Turnpike Rivalry: The Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cleveland Browns, with Joe Cronauer on WKYC-TV

 

 


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