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Author Julian Raven Reading and Book Signing In-Store/Smithsonian Expose -‘Odious and Cerberus’ At Barnes & Noble


Cover of new book by artist and former Trump supporter Julian Raven

Julian Raven Interview

Julian Raven, artist and author

The Smithsonian Institution, its origin, history and scandals are part of the odyssey of American immigrant Julian Raven and the ongoing legal war against free speech

…a work of art, like a self-portrait of the artist as a Protestant pilgrim. A must read for anyone interested in America, art, law, politics, or religion, or just looking for an entertaining read. »

— Laurence Jarvik, author and filmmaker

CORNING, NEW YORK, USA, Oct. 7, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — What is the Smithsonian Institution? Why was it created in 1846 in Washington, DC? Where does the Smithsonian’s fortune come from? Who was the founder of the Smithsonian? Who runs the Smithsonian Institution? Who is the Smithsonian Chancellor?

These are some of the questions that will be answered at author Julian Raven’s book event taking place Saturday, October 22, beginning at 1:00 p.m. and ending at 3:00 p.m. at Barnes and Noble in Elmira, New York. (Consumer Square Plaza 821, County Rd 64, Elmira, NY 14903.) Raven’s new book “Odious and Cerberus: An American Immigrant’s Odyssey and his Free-Speech Legal War against Smithsonian Corruption” is part memoir and part story of his freedom. trial for speech against the Smithsonian. The event at Barnes and Noble includes book readings, presentations, a question and answer session and a book signing. This is a free event open to the public without the need to make a reservation. Copies of Raven’s new book will be available for sale at the event or online through Barnes and Noble, Amazon and other major book retailers.

Raven’s odyssey, contained in her book, has been well documented in the press, including the prestigious and widely read Washington DC glossy magazine, The Washingtonian. Washingtonian Editor-in-Chief Andrew Beaujon’s recent September 28, 2022 article sheds light on the current and ongoing legal war against the Smithsonian Institution.

Other ongoing interviews regarding “Odious and Cerberus” can be viewed on the media page at www.odiousandcerberus.com.

What people say about Odious and Cerberus:

“Raven’s story touches the very heart of America’s founding values, namely freedom for all…” Craig Shirley, acclaimed historian, author and biographer of Ronald Reagan

“…a funny, revealing and entertaining story of one man’s struggle against overwhelming odds.” Laurence Jarvik, director and author of the talk’-
“PBS: Behind the Screen”

“Odious and Cerberus by Julian Raven is as timely a book as it gets.”
Dr. Richard Von Sternberg, evolutionary biologist and Smithsonian controversial subject of the documentary ‘Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed by Ben Stein

“Your work is brilliant, no wonder the Smithsonian stiffed you!”
Bill Donohue, The Catholic League

“Anyone who loves David and Goliath stories should read Julian Raven’s Odious and Cerberus.” Scott Douglas Gerber, professor of law at Ohio Northern University and author of, among other things, A Distinct Judicial Power:
The origins of an independent judiciary, 1606-1787

“Julian tells the epic of a vision quest…part Ulysses, part Don Quixote…”
Jim Boden, Professor Emeritus, Coker College, South Carolina

“Julian Raven is an 18 wheeler that crashes through our fearful barriers. Odious and Cerberus is a powerful love letter to America. Ashok Panikkar, founder, meta-culture, thought and human engagement

“Bold!, Entertaining!…Raven’s love for God and her country is inspiring!”
Dr. Cary Shaw, school principal at Twin Tiers Christian Academy,
Breesport, New York

“The writing is crisp, clear, and heartfelt. It’s a deeply personal account of his thoughts, actions, and battles with bureaucracy. It’s a long read at 456 pages but moves quickly, and you roll with him. Mr. Raven is a committed Christian. His life activities and words are imbued with strong religious beliefs and Christian connotations. Audrey Hoffer, writer and freelance journalist

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