DVDs are now available for sale for ENVISIONING HOME:
$20 individual purchase (includes shipping)
$30 educational/institutional purchase (includes shipping)

Make checks out to Eppic Films and mail to:
Eppic Films
2165 Haddon Dr.
Lexington, KY 40509

Upon receipt of your check, your dvd will be promptly mailed out.

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On Monday we start production on my new feature documentary, Envisioning Home.  It’ll be two weeks of fun & hard work–shooting in St. Louis, Pittsburgh, New Orleans and San Francisco.  Check out the project site:


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Just learned that I will appear on BookTV (aka C-Span) this next weekend, Jan. 28-29.   During my book tour in November I was filmed giving a talk about my new book, AN AMERICAN BETRAYAL, at Malaprops Bookstore and Cafe in Asheville, NC.  The talk from that appearance will be given multiple showings on BookTV:  Sat., Jan. 28 at 2pm (ET); Sun., Jan. 29 at 6:30am (ET) and 4pm (ET).  Check it out!  Here’s the BookTV schedule:    http://www.booktv.org/Schedule.aspx


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Please check out our new fundraising campaign for the Impact movie.  The following link takes you directly to our campaign site there:  http://igg.me/p/43688?a=256315&i=shlk


IndieGoGo is the world’s largest global funding platform. Founded on the principles of opportunity, transparency, and action, anyone with an idea – creative, cause-related, or entrepreneurial – can create a campaign, offer perks, and fund their passion.


Advance Praise for AN AMERICAN BETRAYAL:

“A vivid new history of the 19th-century Cherokee removal and the Trail of Tears. . . . The difference between Smith’s account and other similar histories is the emphasis on infighting within the Cherokee leadership, who faced a difficult choice: Should they fight the forced removal by facing massive armies assembled by the American government, or negotiate the best possible terms while relocating peaceably? Neither answer was obviously correct, giving the narrative a tension that Smith develops skillfully. Cherokee leaders such as John Ross, Elias Boudinot, John Ridge and Major Ridge come alive on the page. Numerous little-known Caucasians also emerge as brave defenders of Cherokee humanitarian and land rights. . . . Well-written, well-researched.”—Kirkus Reviews

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