New book by Birdy Fogh
Birdy Fogh explores the complexities of relationship between human beings. Stay … I need you is a book that relates the journey of a young immigrant in the selfish atmosphere of Unites States.
Boston – April 3rd, 2013 – Birdy Seven is pleased to announce the forthcoming publication of: Stay … I need you, acquired by Birdy Seven’s publishing director Gerald Olouman and expected in April 30th, 2013. Authored by Birdy Fogh and edited by Jenna Burke, Stay … I need you will examine the simplicities and complexities of the human being experience.
Stay… I Need You by Birdy Fogh, is a raw view of society from a man neglected in the selfish atmosphere of America. Being from a different country while mourning the loss of his dad, Birdy desperately yearns for love and understanding from the people he meets. Bad experiences made him retaliate by being cold and angry, because that’s what he thought could protect him from becoming more emotionally damaged. In the end, Birdy realizes that as a species we all need one another to survive, but getting people to cooperate as a community is and continues to be a challenge. This book puts us as Americans into perspective from someone on the outside looking in, forcing us to ask ourselves; do we value acceptance and community as much as we think we do?
Gerald Olouman (Born July 7, 1986), better known as Birdy Fogh, is an African writer and web developer. Born and raised in Benin (West Africa), he moved to United States in May 2007 and spent a year in Boston, MA before he moved to Saint Cloud, MN in 2008 where he went to school at Saint Cloud State University.
Birdy Fogh is available for interviews and appearances. For booking presentations, media appearances, interviews, and/or book-signings contact him at 617-506-3443
Contact: Gerald Olouman