SOURCE: Hydrogen Media, LLC

Hydrogen Media, LLC

October 20, 2009 07:00 ET

Sparrow Hall Launches "Two Blue Wolves"

Groundbreaking Multimedia Collaboration Reinvents Short Story to Help Fight Alzheimer's Disease

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - October 20, 2009) - Every 70 seconds, someone develops Alzheimer's disease. How will the next generation of caregivers begin to understand this often overwhelming disease and its implications? Sparrow Hall, American author, artist and producer, today announced the publication of "Two Blue Wolves," a first-of-its-kind short story experience told across a wide range of multimedia platforms by a coterie of artists designed to raise awareness and funding for Alzheimer's disease.

"We're proud to present 'Two Blue Wolves, a digital collection that invites readers to connect to the story through text, music, motion pictures and art," says Sparrow Hall, creator of "Two Blue Wolves" and its innovative digital publishing platform. "Alzheimer's plays a central role in the story and the collection's interpretations, and underscores how isolating the disease can be for sufferers and their caregivers. 'Two Blue Wolves' offers the opportunity for readers to relate to the story through whichever platform they find most resonant."

Featuring original compositions and works by members of Stellastarr*, The Hourly Radio, Elefant, A Crowd Electric, ArpLine, Kago, Ana Lola Roman and more, "Two Blue Wolves" is available as a downloadable digital collection that includes an e-book, audio book, original soundtrack, music video and artwork. The collection may be purchased at www.sparrowhall.com for $16.95, with 15% of every sale donated to the Alzheimer's Association to support research efforts and caregiver initiatives.

To learn more about "Two Blue Wolves" and to purchase the collection, please visit www.sparrowhall.com. To follow the Sparrow Hall blog, visit www.sparrowhall.com/blog or follow on Twitter @sparrowhall.

About Sparrow Hall

Sparrow Hall is an American author, producer and creative director. Based in upstate New York, Hall is the founder of Hydrogen Media and the innovator behind its "digital collection" publishing platform, offering literature as a complete multimedia experience. An Alzheimer's caregiver himself, Hall continues to raise awareness for the disease through his most recent work, "Two Blue Wolves." He has published in Pomp & Circumstance Magazine, the 2009 anthology "The Good Things About America" and has served as a creative consultant for Bono's Product (RED)™ initiative, helping to eliminate AIDS in Africa. For more information, visit www.sparrowhall.com.

Contact Information

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    Elizabeth Cahill
    On behalf of Sparrow Hall
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