In this new work of history, Dr. Kaminski, author of ANGELS OF THE UNDERGROUND: The American Women Who Restisted the Japanese in the Philippines in WWII, will offer the first the first full-length biography of mid-20th century multi-faceted star Dale Evans, following her career from small-town girl and radio singer to movie stardom with her life and screen partner Roy Rogers. (World English to Lyons Press for publication in 2020). For Film & TV, Audio, Translation please contact Jacquie Flynn at email@example.com
Leading educator and psychologist, Armstrong, Executive Director of the American Institute for Learning and Development, brings together what world class thinkers and creators have said about how children really learn and what teachers must do to optimally tap their latent abilities. (Praeger/October 2019/World Rights exclusive of China, Taiwan, Japan & Korea)
A crash-course in mindfulness for educators, filled with strategies for cultivating concentration, compassion and calm in the classroom for students of all levels. (ASCD, World Rights, Fall 2020)
From the author of the novel, NAKED, set in Edwardian London, featuring a scandalous suffragette who falls from her hero’s balcony and into a convenient marriage (Mills & Boon/Harlequin, Spring 2020, Spring 2021, World).
A guide to maximizing your return on life and money for wealth creators who have either created their wealth or inherited it, as well as those who aspire to do so. (Praeger, March 2019, World exclusive of translation rights in Japan, Korea, Mainland China & Taiwan)
The next two books in the fierce-feminist urban fantasy WILD WOMEN trilogy, LILLITH’S CHILDREN and ISHTAR’S LEGACY pick up where the FREYJA’S DAUGHTER leaves off. Readers will follow Faline’s tale as she continues to rally and re-empower the Wild Women groups in order to take down the Hunter patriarchy once and for all! (City Owl Press, Spring 2019, World)
Award-winning educator Thomas Armstrong presents a nuanced, cross-cultural view of life’s journey–the human odyssey–from before birth to death. For each of twelve stages, he explores myths and challenges. Originally published in 2008, this important work will find new life with a new publisher. (Xia Press/Dover Publications, Spring 2019, World English)
An Afterlife, a debut novel, follows a young couple, Ilya and Ruby, who first meet in a displaced persons camp in Germany after the War, both lone survivors of their families, as they travel to America to forge a future together. Suffering from post-traumatic stress, they face challenges individually and as a couple as they struggle to adapt in a new culture. Fran Bartkowski is the former Chair of the English Department at Rutgers University–Newark, where she teaches memoir, feminist theory and literary criticism. (Loyola College’s Apprentice House, World Rights, Fall 2018)