Landmark graduates have created a unique story form, visual tales which help both children who can hear and those who can’t to expand their language.
Mollie Patridge the former center manager of Landmark Education’s Florida Center, has published a pair of children’s books.
The story of Zindaba Nyirenda and her efforts to reduce poverty in Africa have been featured in the Daily Herald newspaper of suburban Chicago. Nyirenda credits The Landmark Forum with giving her a voice – for having her realize she […]
A children’s book by Landmark Education graduate Maria Dismondy looks at bullying.
Sarah Culberson’s book tour for “A Princess Found”, her autobiography about discovering she was actually a princess in Sierra Leone, is coming to Pasadena on Sunday, November 15th.
Landmark Education News has received word that Sarah Culberson has released a book titled “A Princess Found”, which tells her story of going from being an ordinary American to an African princess helping to rebuild a wartorn country.
Landmark Education’s website now offers an author section, where prominent books written by people who have completed the Landmark Forum are displayed.
Noted director, actor and writer Troy Byer was recently interviewed by Los Angeles Wave about a variety of subjects, including getting away from Hollywood, her new career as a writer, her study of ontology, making a difference with people and […]
Amy Blackburn developed a special project out of her participation in Landmark Education’s programs: The creation of a book, titled Caring for Cynthia, that is now available for purchase. The book, published by Amy Blackburn Photography, in conjunction with Verve […]
Acclaimed author Chuck Palahniuk, who wrote Fight Club and dozens of other novels, gave a lengthy interview to a major British newspaper, The Independent, where he discusses his writing process and credits his participation in the Landmark Forum with helping […]
When Brian Langan had to choose a project for his Self-Expression and Leadership Programme, it seemed natural to choose a book project. Brian works as an editor for a publishing company, and is himself a writer, having had a novel […]
Rhode Island actor, writer, director and Landmark Education graduate Barry Press started Living Literature as a project in his Self-Expression Leadership Program. The project brought actors into schools to ‘perform’ works of literature, involving students and educators in novels and non-fiction in a […]
Landmark Education Graduate Ellen Snortland is an actor, author and activist and has dedicated herself to the empowerment of women. She has written a book Beauty Bites Beast that has received praise from women’s organizations around the world. Most recently […]
Kids Hit the Books to Build A Kitchen From WCAV- Alexandria Virginia Elementary school students at Greer and Stony Point are hitting the books to help poor students in rural Mexico build a kitchen at their school. The second […]
Landmark Forum Graduate Ben Zander, best selling business author and conductor of the Boston Philharmonic Symphany was interviewed on Canadian Televsion. He is shown leading a seminar for musicians in Toronto Canada and speaking about leadership, transformation, Landmark and The […]
Single Working Moms, A Journey to Greatness – Author Cheryl Parker Moves, Leadership Program NEW YORK, March 14 /CNW/ — With her recently self-published book, “Single Working Moms, A Journey to Greatness,” Cheryl Parker has added book author to an […]
Reprinted from RecordBreeze.com Glo. Twp. students give books ‘from the heart’ Books recently took on a different meaning for students at Loring-Flemming Elementary School in Gloucester Township. The school launched its first “Books from the Heart” this year. The project […]