Roman & Littlefield Publishers announces the release of Fakes, Forgeries, and Frauds, a book that explores what’s real and what’s fake – and most pressingly, why do we care?
PHILADELPHIA (PRWEB) FEBRUARY 18, 2020
In this time of false news and fake science, these questions are more important than ever.
Philadelphia-based author Nancy Moses goes beyond the headlines, tweets, and blogs to explore the true nature of authenticity and why it means so much.
Delivering nine fascinating true stories about such luminaries as Shakespeare, Rembrandt, and Jackson Pollock, the book and e-book are available on Amazon.com and through Roman & Littlefield Publishers.
Fakes, Forgeries, and Frauds is a full-color book with 30 color photos. It shows that reality can be unsettling and plainly weird. Readers discover things that are less than meets the eye—and might even reconsider what’s real, what’s fake, and why they should care.
“Educational, informative, and intriguing…and a timely subject matter in a world of fake news” — Library Journal
“A lively narrative about some of history’s most revered and iconic masterworks.” —Brent D. Glass, Director Emeritus, Smithsonian National Museum of American History, Author, 50 Great American Places, Essential Historic Sites Across the U.S.
“Marvelously conceived and riveting book” —Carol Loeb Shloss, Stanford University, Award-winning author, Lucia Joyce: To Dance in the Wake
About the Author
Nancy Moses is an award-winning author, media producer, and former museum director who writes about iconic cultural treasures and the provocative issues they raise. She serves as Chair of the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission and was a Visiting Scholar at the American University of Rome.
Roman & Littlefield