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The East River Ripper wins Bronze IPPY award in the Best Regional Non-Fiction category

May 11th, 2022 | Filed as: News

Congratulations to George R. Dekle Sr.! His book, The East River Ripper: The Mysterious 1891 Murder of Old Shakespeare has won a 2022 Bronze IPPY Award in the US Northeast–Best Regional Non-Fiction. 
“Dekle’s vast criminal trial experience and very dedicated research put his readers at the scene and in the courtroom as he explains the events of […]

 


The Journal of Tolkien Research Reviews Tolkien, Enchantment, and Loss: Steps on the Developmental Journey

May 11th, 2022 | Filed as: News

“Dr. John Rosegrant, a practicing psychoanalyst, offers a view of Tolkien and his writings through the frame of psychology… The result is an interesting and sometimes startling departure from the familiar paths of Tolkien scholarship, and yet one which provides readers with rich new insights into the familiar themes of enchantment and loss which shape […]

 


Poet Naomi Shihab Nye speaks to PBS Newshour’s Jeffrey Brown about coediting Dear Vaccine: Global Voices Speak to the Pandemic.

May 2nd, 2022 | Filed as: News

Jeffrey Brown sits down with Naomi Shihab Nye, an author, editor and current Young People’s Poet Laureate, to talk about coediting Dear Vaccine: Global Voices Speak to the Pandemic and the outpouring of interest from people who don’t necessarily identify as poets.
Find out more about Dear Vaccine.

 


Audio: CBC radio hosts interview with Dear Vaccine coeditors David Hassler and Naomi Shihab Nye

Apr 15th, 2022 | Filed as: News

Catch David Hassler and Naomi Shihab Nye on CBC Radio’s The Current where they discuss their new book Dear Vaccine: Global Voices Speak to the Pandemic. Hosted by Matt Galloway. Segment begins at 51:46.

 


Video: City Books hosts conversation with Dear Vaccine coeditors David Hassler and Tyler Meier

Apr 14th, 2022 | Filed as: News

City Books hosts a conversation with coeditors Tyler Meier and David Hassler regarding their new book Dear Vaccine: Global Voices Speak to the Pandemic.
“In this one-hour conversation, we discuss the origins of the Global Vaccine Poem Project, the submission & editing process, and the effect of the project on the editors.”—City Books

 

 


Podcast: Civil War History editor Jim Downs on Book Talk with Gerald Prokopowicz

Apr 13th, 2022 | Filed as: News

The Civil War Talk Radio interview with Jim Downs, editor of Civil War History journal, is now available. Jim talks about his latest book Maladies of Empire: How Colonialism, Slavery, and War Transformed Medicine.
Listen here…

 


So Much More than a Headache featured on Book Spotlight

Apr 1st, 2022 | Filed as: News

“Offered as an alternative not only to medical writing but also to self-help books and internet blogs, So Much More Than a Headache addresses a real omission in the available works on migraine, provides a resource for those who may have under­estimated the depth and range of writing on this subject, and challenges the cultural […]

 


The Daily Cartoonist celebrates fifty Funky years

Apr 1st, 2022 | Filed as: News

Join The Daily Cartoonist in a lighthearted history of Tom Batiuk’s award-winning Funky Winkerbean comic. 
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The Complete Funky Winkerbean and more…

 


Wynstra and Crowl books considered “the best of the best” in 2021 Foreword INDIES award nominations

Mar 18th, 2022 | Filed as: News

Congratulations to KSUP authors Robert J. Wynstra and Thomas Crowl for their inclusion as 2021 Foreword INDIES finalists.
Wynstra’s No Place for Glory: Major General Robert E. Rodes and the Confederate Defeat at Gettysburg is nominated under the War & Military category.
Crowl’s Queen of the Con: From a Spiritualist to the Carnegie Imposter is nominated under […]

 


Video: Poetry readings from the upcoming anthology Dear Vaccine

Mar 16th, 2022 | Filed as: News

Please enjoy this video gallery of poets reading their own contributions to our upcoming anthology Dear Vaccine: Global Voices Speak to the Pandemic.
Watch…
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