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Interview in the Tampa Publication / Creative Loafing
Article: “Seven Questions with Barbara Rylko-Bauer”
10 April, 2018, interviewed and written by Addison Lopiccolo

Chosen as 2015 Gold Medalist in Biography, Independent Publisher Book (IPPY) Awards
6 May 2015

Blog by University of Oklahoma Press
6 May 2015

Chosen as Gold Medalist in Biography, Foreword Reviews’ 2014 IndieFab Book of the Year Awards
26 June 2015

Finalist, 2015 Next Generation Indie Book Awards
The Autobiography/Biography Category

Featured in the University of Michigan’s Copernicus Program in Polish Studies
annual newsletter, Kopernikana 2015

Article in the Polish Weekly / Tygodnik Polski
Article: “An Evening with Barbara Rylko-Bauer, author of “A Polish Doctor in the Nazi Camps”
4 July 2015, by Andrzej Ładak

Review in the Polish American Journal
Article: “A Polish Doctor in the Nazi Camps—A Thoughtful and Compelling Narrative”
July 2015, by Mary Lanham
Read the full article here: Polish American Journal, July 2015, Page 12

Featured on TV Warren
15 June 2015, Library Author Series with Cathy Faba

Television interview:

Article in The Mining Journal (Marquette, MI)
Article: “Holocaust Victims Honored”
15 April 2015, by Elizabeth Bailey

Featured article in
Article: “World War II Veteran, Daugher of Survivor Reflect on Holocaust”
16 April 2015, by Antonio Coleman.

Featured on WUOM’s “Stateside with Cynthia Canty”
Radio interview: “New book recounts the resilience of a Polish prison doctor in Nazi camps”
13 April 2015, with host, Cynthia Canty

Featured on WOOD-TV8 “Eight West” Program
Television interview: “Meet the author behind a powerful story”
12 March 2015, with host, Rachel Ruiz.

Featured article in the Grand Rapids Press, online (
Article: “Surviving the Nazi Camps: Grand Rapids Author Details Mother’s WW2 Experience.”
11 March 2015, by Garret Ellison.

Photo gallery with details:

Front page article on the Grand Rapids Press. “The Prisoner-Doctor,”
by Garret Ellison, 12 March 2015 (Courtesy/The Grand Rapids Press)

Chosen as a 2015 Michigan Notable Book
Press release of 2015 Michigan Notable Books List from Library of Michigan
Article “Food, fear and fish: Michigan Notable Books announced” in Detroit Free Press
Article “Library of Michigan releases 2015 Michigan Notable Books” in ClickOnDetroit

Featured book review in the Boston Review, January 5, 2015
“The Tremendous Suffering of Ordinary People,” by Paul Farmer

Winner!! 2014 New York Book Festival
Biography/Autobiography category

2014 Interview
Interview with Barbara Rylko-Bauer, author of “A Polish Doctor in the Nazi Camps”
Read full interview: RylkoBauerInterview2014.pdf

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