ZAPmedia to Donate 25 Percent of Sales of “1939 – Into the Dark” to Red Cross Haiti Relief Efforts
NEW YORK, January 29, 2010 – ZAPmedia, leading publisher of under reported historical fiction, today announced plans to donate 25 percent of sales of Dr. Paula Phelan’s 1939-Into the Dark, for the months of January and February, towards relief efforts in the recently devastated region of Haiti. Efforts to deliver desperately needed food, water and medical help to victims of Haiti’s earthquake are intensifying after the 7.0 Richter Scale quake shook the region on Jan. 12.
1939-Into the Dark:
- “1939 – Into the Dark” takes place over a twelve-month period when America reached its creative zenith in art and culture with New York and its World’s Fair as the focal point.
- Written by author Paula Phelan, the novel follows the lives of fictional and historical characters throughout the pivotal events of 1939.
- By using the columns of a theater critic and war correspondent, Phelan vividly shows the American art world at its zenith as it is eclipsed by the pending world war.
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