NIGHTWISH, ELIS Singers Featured In Book On Females In Metal

Marta Samitowska has launched a publishing company called Muse(ic) Books through which she is planning to release a series of books on female-fronted metal artists. Her newest 134-page book, "Through My Eyes, In Their Own Words - Females In Metal And Beyond - Part I" features portraits and in-depth interviews with:

* Kari Rueslåtten
* Amanda Somerville
* Anette Olzon
* Monika Edvardsen
* Irene Jansen
* Manda Ophuis
* Laurie Ann Haus
* Ellen Schutyser
* Dawn Desirée
* Sabine Dünser (interviewed before her death)
* Maja Konarska
* Diana Serra
* Franziska Huth
* Marta Batinic
* Paulina Maslanka

The book costs 10.60 euros, including the tax service and shipping costs. Orders can be emailed to: [email protected] It is possible to pay via PayPal.

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