No Rain Date Podcast

No Rain Date, Ep. 10: Momosa Publishing’s Jennifer Bright & Authors

No Rain Date, Ep. 10: Momosa Publishing’s Jennifer Bright & Authors
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In Episode 10 of No Rain Date we welcome Jennifer Bright, co-founder and editorial director of Momosa Publishing along with several local residents who have written books published by Momosa: Anne Baum, Meredith Lesney and Jessie Seneca.

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Local Author, Illustrator Has New Children’s Book

Ashley Reigle is a woman of many talents. She began her literary career as an illustrator, working with Saucon Valley author Larry Deibert on a children’s Christmas book several years ago, before becoming an author with her latest illustrated work, “Draw Away the Drizzle.”

Author and Historian Will Present Talk About Slavery

A Washington, D.C. author and professor who recently penned the historical nonfiction book Beyond Freedom’s Reach: A Kidnapping the Twilight of Slavery will give a free talk Sept. 20 at the Lower Saucon Township Historical Society. Adam Rothman is an associate professor of history at Georgetown University, where he teaches courses in the history of slavery, 19th century American history and Atlantic history, according to his biography. Beyond Freedom’s Reach–which was published by Harvard University Press in February–recounts the story of three slave children who were taken from New Orleans to Cuba by their owner during the Civil War, and their mother’s struggle to be reunited with them. Rothman will be selling and signing copies of his book following his talk, which will be at 2 p.m. in Seidersville Hall, 3700 Old Philadelphia Pike, Bethlehem.