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Latest Post:  Big as a Breadbox

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Some people hunger for the wide open skies; others for a taste of home.

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Recent Events:

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April 12, 2014

Nikki after her presentation at Princeton Public Library’s Authors’ Day, an annual event showcasing local authors from Princeton and surrounding areas.

 


Latest News:

Can Hope Be Bad?
by Susan K. Perry, Ph.D.

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“Nikki Stern, the author of Hope in Small Doses,…shares her own road toward workable hope. A very intelligent book.”
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Nikki’s first book, Because I Say So: Moral Authority’s Dangerous Appeal, has been re-released in digital form. The book is currently available for Kindle and Kindle apps on Amazon. Other e-formats are expected to follow.
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Nikki’s essay on Ground Zero and Zuccotti Park has been included in Beyond Zuccotti Park: Freedom of Assembly and the Occupation of Public Space, published by New Village Press. Nikki was one of three panelists at the book launch and discussion on September 10th, 2012.
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Nikki has also been invited to contribute an essay to a proposed book Global Chorus: A 365-Person Anthology of Worldwide Concern and Enduring Hope. The book is being created as a fund-raising tool.  Contributors to date include Trudie Styler, Desmond Tutu, Professor Stephen Hawking, among others. Publication is planned for late 2013.
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Hear Nikki talk to the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.about her book,
Hope in Small Doses: