March 15, 2015
Ms. Magazine Blog runs a monthly feature called Women’s History Month in which women who have made or change history are profiled. This month, March 2015, Masha Hamilton is featured…
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Playwright, Virginia Tech Professor, and New York Times Bestselling author Ed Falco visited the CBS studio to share his new book, ‘Toughs.’ This novel is based in part on historical events in the life of gangster Vince Coll.
Richard Kramer, author of These Things Happen, recently released in paperback by Unbridled Books and soon-to-be a series on HBO, has done interviews with The Huffington Post and ThisAmericanWife.
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Co-publisher Greg Michalson once again shares a personal glimpse of the undeniable beauty and unseen story that this photo brings. “Hard-to-Read” is the red mare on the left and “Dillon” is the darker young colt that we have all followed since birth. This picture, taken only a few days ago, shows the horses enjoying the first snow of the season.
In an article entitled Los Angeles filmmaker scouts North Shore, the Duluth News Tribune reports that filmmakers from a Los Angeles production company will use the North Shore as the backdrop for the movie adaptation of Peter Geye’s award-winning novel, Safe from the Sea.
Author Peter Geye’s second and latest novel, The Lighthouse Road, first published by Unbridled Books in October, 2012 and released in paperback in June, 2013, has been chosen by World Book Night US to be one of its 2014 picks.
Maria Kontak of the Washington Independent Review of Books has authored a complete review of Masha Hamilton’s fifth novel, What Changes Everything.