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PEMBERTON, NEW JERSEY, UNITED STATES, August 8, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — From a simple farm girl to becoming “The Most Liberated Woman in America,” Barbara Williams…

“organized labor” (Authorhouse.com) and Award winning short films for 2022-23

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Reading this collection you can almost hear the gentle strains of an operatic aria…rich in content and well worth taking on a short or long trip. “”

— Malachy McCourt

NEWARK, NEW JERSEY, UNITED STATES, August 5, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Organized labor (Authorhouse.com) and Award winning short films for 2022-23.

organized labor: collected poems
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“In these times of studied ignorance idiocy illiteracy and strutting ingnoramusses, it’s a relief to read Daniel P Quinn’s adroitly titled ‘organized labor’.

Quinn is adept at the written word as he is at the spoken word with all his theatrical ventures. Reading this collection you can almost hear the gentle strains of an operatic aria in the Italian parts and musicality is not absent in the other parts. A small book perhaps but rich in content and well worth taking on a short or long trip. “

Malachy McCourt, NYTimes Best Selling Author.

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“organized labor” is a wonderful book. Specific and powerful. Others evoke old New York , the 1913 Paterson strike, and also issues we face today in the world since 9/11″. Davidson Garrett

We all know this by now.

Paul Krugman could propose alternative economic strategies to end this charade. Emma Goldman said: “It’s the organized violence at the top, that creates the disorganized violence at the bottom.” It is truer now more than a century ago.

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/01/opinion/inequality-america-paul-krugman.html#commentsContainer&permid=107904870:107904870

Monuments essay:

danielpquinn684 | Newark, NJ 6/25/20

This is a wildly complex question, BUT history must be part of all community outreach or we will learn nothing. Locally, there is a restored version of Gustav Bourglan’s Founders Monument now on the grounds of NJPAC in Newark.

All the Founder’s names were wasps but they were memorialized a century ago by the dominant population of Newark at that time.

There are no Irish, Italian, German, Black or Jewish founders of Newark honored in this “monument”. Old money still dominates so much of our culture. What do we do now as reparation for all immigrants and residents of Newark when they were omitted and now ?

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/06/24/arts/design/theodore-roosevelt-statue.html#commentsContainer&permid=107777328:107777328

One-Reeler Short Film Competition
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July 25, 2022
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The IndieFEST Film Awards,, La Jolla
SACCO
August 1, 2022
Selected

San Diego Shorts
SACCO
June 30, 2022
Semi-Finalist

Sweet Democracy Film Awards
Death of Hercules
May 9, 2022
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Berlin Shorts Award
SACCO
May 5, 2022
Semi-Finalist

Anatolia International Film Festival
Death of Hercules
June 13, 2022
Selected

New Filmmakers New Orleans
SACCO
May 20, 2022
Semi-Finalist

Sweet Democracy Film Awards
SACCO April 9, 2022
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8 & Halfilm Awards
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April 7, 2022
Selected

Dallas Movie Awards Festival
SACCO
May 10, 2022
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Seattle Movie Awards
SACCO
April 10, 2022
Semi-Finalist

Vienna Indie Short Film Festival
SACCO
May 5, 2022
Semi-Finalist

Roma Shorts
SACCO
March 10, 2022
Semi-Finalist

4th Dimension Independent Film Festival
Death of Hercules
January 3, 2022
Finalist

Red Moon Film Festival (5th Season)
December 28, 2021
Selected

Swedish International Film Festival
SACCO
December 7, 2021
Finalist

Philadelphia World Film Festvial
SACCO
February 21, 2022
Finalist

Florida Shorts
SACCO
December 20, 2021
Semi-Finalist

Milan Arthouse Film Awards
SACCO
April 6, 2022
Nominee

Art Gallery Film Festival
SACCO November 20, 2021
Selected

Austin International Art Festival
SACCO August 15, 2021
Nominee

Beyond the Curve International Film Festival
Death of Hercules
August 25, 2021
Award Winner

Kurdistan International Independent Film Festival
Death of Hercules
September 21, 2021
Honorable Mention

Beyond the Curve International Film Festival
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December 24, 2020
Finalist

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For Immediate Release Love is Understanding: The Life and TImes of Peter Tork and the Monkees

The cover of Love Is Understanding: The Life and Times of Peter Tork

Peter Tork of the Monkees finally gets his own biography.

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ, UNITED STATES, July 31, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — When struggling folk musician Peter Tork (born Peter Thorkelson) won an audition to become a cast member of a television sitcom about a rock and roll group, The Monkees, it proved to be a mixed blessing. On the one hand, the television show was not only a big hit in the 1966-67 and 1967-68 seasons, but the manufactured group the Monkees released genuine records that sold millions and soared the charts. On the other hand, the gifted Tork was subjected to criticism and ridicule from the press because cynics considered the Monkees to be nothing more than a blatant ripoff of the phenomenally popular Beatles and because (initially) the group members were not allowed to play musical instruments on their own records. To make things even worse, Tork played a nitwit on the show. People wrongly assumed he was the same buffoon off the air when in fact he was an intelligent and sensitive human being. And when the show was cancelled and the group broke up, Tork became a pariah in the show business industry.

Now Sergio Farias’s Love and Understanding: The Life and TImes of Peter Tork and The Monkees reveals all the highs and lows of the whole story. This brand new book enlightens readers not only on the authentic talents of Peter Tork- both as a musician and as an actor- but also the significant role his group the Monkees played in pop music and in television comedy. It is an amazing tale of an individual who underwent personal and professional tribulations but who ultimately endured and is still remembered and cherished in popular culture today. And this book should be cherished by anyone who gets the opportunity to buy and read it. It is now available in paperback at https://bearmanor-digital.myshopify.com/products/love-is-understanding-the-life-and-times-of-peter-tork-and-the-monkees-paperback?_pos=1&_sid=95a1b3740&_ss=r and in hardback at https://bearmanor-digital.myshopify.com/products/love-is-understanding-the-life-and-times-of-peter-tork-and-the-monkees-hardback?_pos=2&_sid=95a1b3740&_ss=r

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Ulatus partners with Global Book Alliance to offer free book translations

Ulatus partners with Global Book Alliance to offer free book translations and further educational opportunities for all children.

While bringing education and fun stories to children is key, we also believe giving back to the global community should be an integral part of running any successful business.”

— Shilpa Mittal CEO, Ulatus

NEWARK, NEW JERSEY, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, July 12, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Ulatus, a global translation services company, partnered with the Global Book Alliance (GBA), an alliance that aims to support the delivery of free educational books to every child in the world. This partnership aims to ensure that books are translated into more languages and added to the Global Digital Library for children across the world to read and enjoy. The Global Digital Library is a flagship initiative of the GBA, and it collects existing high-quality resources that support open education and makes them available on the web, mobile, and print.

Through this alliance, Ulatus will be providing free translations of books into different languages for children worldwide. Initially, the focus will be on French translations, with plans to include other languages like Hindi, Bengali, Nepali, Vietnamese, Thai, Bahasa Indonesian, Spanish and Arabic. The aim is to translate at least 10 books per month and update them on the Global Digital Library for children to access globally in their local language. Ulatus will also support children’s education in their local language by providing a free translation of mathematics books.

Scott Walter, Deputy Chair of the GBA, said, “With the benefit of Ulatus’s translation services, the Global Digital Library can now make even more online titles accessible to children and youth and increase the diversity of languages in which the books are offered. We look forward to a long and productive partnership serving readers worldwide.”

Shilpa Mittal CEO, Ulatus resonated with this, “Ulatus looks forward to providing free translations of books for children in developing countries through this collaboration. While bringing education and fun stories to these children is key, we also believe giving back to the global community should be an integral part of running any successful business.”

About Ulatus
Ulatus is a global leader in professional translation services, helping researchers and businesses grow beyond regional borders through the power of language and localization. Founded in 2005, Ulatus has 200,000+ clients worldwide, with 3,000+ language experts working in more than 50 languages in 125+ countries, with more than 2 million words translated. It is among the 1% of translation companies worldwide to be ISO 17100:2015 certified. Some of the global awards and recognitions won by the brand include: Google SME Award, Red Herring Top 100 Asia and Global Award, The Golden Bridge Awards for Best Entrepreneur (Women), and 2021’s Most Impactful Leaders in Pharma & Biotech awarded to Ulatus CEO Shilpa Mittal. Their motto “Localize to Globalize” points to their aim to “go beyond” mere language translation in supporting brands to build a solid local presence. Some of our valued clients include Discovery Education, Coursera, Pfizer, Netflix, Abbott, and American Express.

Visit www.ulatus.com to learn more.

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Global Book Alliance is a partnership of donors, multilateral agencies, and non-government organizations whose vision is a world in which all children have access to quality books that they can use to learn to read, read to know and develop a love of reading.

Visit https://www.globalbookalliance.org/ to learn more.

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DENALI — The Alaskan Adventures of Percy Hope

Denali – The Alaskan Adventures of Percy Hope – Book 3

Neil Perry Gordon – Novelist

Denali Mountain

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~ The Goldfield Trilogy – Book 3 ~

Artfully exciting and compulsively readable Gordon’s narrative has an easy swing to it and his dialogue is pitch-perfect”

— Book Viral review

PARK RIDGE, NEW JERSEY, USA , July 9, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Denali is the eagerly, anticipated conclusion to Neil Perry Gordon’s Goldfield Trilogy. This latest adventure begins in the autumn of 1901, when our protagonist—Percy Hope, ventures off to New York City’s Lower East Side in search for his six-month old son Walter, and his mother, the fugitive Peggy Greenburg, Percy’s love interest and antagonist from book two—Cape Nome.

​Along the way, Percy stumbles upon an intriguing journal left behind by the late Magnus Vega, who had tragically drowned a year earlier in the Bering Sea. This detailed account chronicles Magnus’s adventure into Alaska’s unforgiving wilderness, along with a cryptic map, that sends Percy and his best friend Liam upon a whirlwind quest, where they must track down a lost fortune of gold, out maneuver notorious gangsters, and decipher metaphysical mysteries of what happened to Magnus within the glorious ice caverns dwelling under North America’s tallest peak—Denali mountain.

​Denali is the solid conclusion to the Alaskan adventures of Percy Hope who meets an exciting cast of characters throughout the three novels, including the infamous lawman Wyatt Earp, and abides by the timeless advice of his mentor Jack London, who had proclaimed—You can’t wait for inspiration. You must go after it with a club.

Denali — Review by D. Donovan, Sr. Reviewer, Midwest Book Review

As the third and final book of a trilogy, Denali: The Alaskan Adventures of Percy Hope holds the promise of resolution to the story, which is set in the early 1900s. Percy Hope is on his way to New York in search of his missing son Walter and his fugitive mother, Peggy Greenburg.

This mission is diverted when he stumbles upon the journal of former friend Magnus Vega, who drowned a year earlier in the Bering Sea. It chronicles a voyage of discovery and riches that promises the same to Hope and his best friend Liam. They decide to travel into this uncharted wilderness, map in hand, for certain riches and adventure.

The story’s action and adventure ramps up from the moment the toy boys deliver Magnus’s legacy (six pieces of gold) to George Magnus, a grieving father who appears to be a drunken mess.

The duo uncovers a journal of mystery and promises, quickly attracts the attention of the nefarious Diamond Jim, faces George’s disappearance with the gold, and embarks on a journey that soon becomes one of not just gold-seeking fever, but metaphysical revelation.

Readers seeking either a historical action piece or a tale of riches won’t expect this injection of spirituality, but Neil Perry Gordon realistically portrays its rise, possibilities, and impact on Hope and Magnus’s lives as a cave exploration turns into a quest for proof of an unimaginable spiritual realm.

Gordon moves between Hope and Magnus with first-person descriptions that juxtapose the journal entries of the past with Hope’s present-day obsession.

The atmosphere of the times comes to life as these events evolve, from San Francisco and New York to Knik, Alaska and beyond. One reason why Gordon’s story is so vibrant and realistic is the observations and experiences of the social milieu of the late 1800s. Gordon weaves this atmosphere so deftly into dialogues and reflections that readers absorb the feeling of the times without even thinking: “We used to live in a nice neighborhood, on Taylor Street,” he began.

“Yes, I know it,” I said with a nod. “It’s on the waterfront where fishermen sell their catch.”

“That’s right. Father worked the docks and Mother sold fish from the stalls.”

“What happened to them?” I asked.

“They were killed,” Emile said softly. “I watch them both die.”

As Hope comes full circle in many ways, readers will find the story completely engrossing as he returns to his original quest with newfound wisdom.

Yes, Denali: The Alaskan Adventures of Percy Hope represents the concluding volume to a trilogy that will primarily attract prior readers of Hope’s adventures. But it will also appeal to newcomers with its ability to build upon past events while moving forward into the next phase of Hope’s life.

Libraries strong in fiction that holds a strong historical backdrop but comes to life with action and adventure, especially those interested in turn-of-the-century Alaskan backdrops, will find Denali: The Alaskan Adventures of Percy Hope a solid acquisition that is highly recommended for its unique brand of action, adventure, and character evolution.

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