I first met Azarakhsh Farahani when he came to Chicago to promote Malaria at the 2016 Chicago International Film Festival. He contacted me on the online hospitality website Couchsurfing saying he needed a place to stay for about 15 days. That was a lot longer than I normally host--but, hey, why not! I learned as... Continue Reading →
About a year ago, as serendipitously can happen, I met Laura Johnson of Sorrow Estate at Calvin College during the Festival of Faith & Writing. But it was even more coincidental than that. About 4 years ago I couchsurfed with a great (grand) couple in Grand Rapids and when I contacted them last year they... Continue Reading →
Author Jane Hertenstein is available for FREE Skype School Visits *She wants to make her books and literacy a key part of young reader’s experience *She wants to make rural schools and especially Appalachia a key region for her visits *Though she would love to come to you in person, finances and winter driving in... Continue Reading →
February 1, 2019 marks the 40th year of Ayatollah Khomeini’s return to Iran from exile. What does this mean to the rest of the world? Many leaders in the Middle East placated the West by calling for democracy and modernization—while at the same time maintaining a regime of suppression and human right abuse. Today we... Continue Reading →
Go to https://goldenalleypress.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Hertenstein-CloudOfWitnesses-ReaderGuide.pdf to download a PDF containing a Reader's Guide for Teachers
Join me at The Book Cellar at 4736 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago, IL 60625, Wednesday, February 20th at 7 pm where I'll be reading from Cloud of Witnesses. Fellow Golden Alley author Marlene Brill will also be reading.
Happy New Year=CLOUD is on sale NOW on Amazon. Friends you might want to hop on this--we don't know how long it will last! $5.21 Paperback and Kindle HERE IS A LINK: https://www.amazon.com/Cloud-Witnesses-Jane-Hertenstein/dp/1732027625/
Dates are being scheduled now for the 2018/2019 school year.
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I attended and was on a panel at the Kentucky Book Festival in Lexington at an arena that featured books and horses. People attending the rodeo could also wander into the book fair and visa versa. Books & Horses, Words & Hooves.