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Audio: Poet Elleen Glenn Moore on the Best Book Ever podcast

Sep 20th, 2021 | Filed as: News

Don’t miss this informative interview with Ellene Glenn Moore, winner of the 2020 Stan and Tom Wick Poetry Prize, and author of the forthcoming poetry collection How Blood Works from the KSU Press.
Tune in to the Best Book Ever podcast.

 


East River Ripper signed bookplate is now available

Sep 17th, 2021 | Filed as: News

Great news! Here’s your chance to receive a signed bookplate directly from George R. Dekle Sr., author of The East River Ripper: The Mysterious 1891 Murder of Old Shakespeare. Don’t pass on this book or this incredible offer!
“To celebrate the publication of this book, I am offering a free personalized bookplate bearing my signature to anyone […]

 


Two KSUP books on C.S. Lewis earn praise on A Pilgrim in Narnia blog

Sep 10th, 2021 | Filed as: News

KSUP’s Bandersnatch and The Faun’s Bookshelf earn praise as Good C.S. Lewis Studies Books That Did Not Win the Mythopoeic Award Part 3 from A Pilgrim in Narnia blog. OK, we think they’re more than “good” but we get the point.
Find out more.
Bandersnatch: C. S. Lewis, J. R. R. Tolkien, and the Creative Collaboration of the […]

 


Audio: The East River Ripper author George R. Dekle Sr. speaks to the True Murder podcast

Sep 10th, 2021 | Filed as: News

The True Murder podcast interviews George R. Dekle Sr. on his latest tome, The East River Ripper: The Mysterious 1891 Murder of Old Shakespeare, a gripping tale of New York’s Ripper-style murders.

 


The Other Veterans of WWII: Stories from Behind the Front Lines is finalist in the Military Writers of America 2021 competition

Aug 11th, 2021 | Filed as: News

Congratulations to Rona Simmons, author of The Other Veterans of WWII: Stories from Behind the Front Lines for being a finalist in the Military Writers of America 2021 competition. We’ll get the results, Gold, Silver or Bronze, in September. Stay tuned.
The Other Veterans of World War II is a historical tour de force, bringing to light […]

 


Migraine Association of Ireland reviews So Much More Than a Headache.

Aug 11th, 2021 | Filed as: News

Don’t miss this informative review of So Much More Than a Headache by Kathleen O’Shea.
“If you want someone to gain a better understanding of what living with migraine means, and particularly if you or someone you know has a love of literature and the English Language, then I’d highly recommend this book.”—Migraine Association of Ireland
Read […]

 


Booknotes reviews A Notable Bully: Colonel Billy Wilson, Masculinity, and the Pursuit of Violence in the Civil War Era.

Jul 27th, 2021 | Filed as: News

BookNotes reviews A Notable Bully: Colonel Billy Wilson, Masculinity, and the Pursuit of Violence in the Civil War Era.
“Many Civil War-era figures make it hard on potential biographers… The book should have a lot of crossover appeal for those interested in Wilson himself, Civil War history, midcentury New York City immigrant politics and culture, and […]

 


Audio: The House That Rock Built author Norm N. Nite on the Geri Petito Show

Jul 26th, 2021 | Filed as: News

Here’s your chance to catch Norm N. Nite coauthor of The House That Rock Built on the Geri Petito Show, recorded 7/24/21. He discusses the origins and process of bringing the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame to Cleveland.
Hear the podcast.
Buy the book.

 


So Much More Than a Headache author Kathleen O’Shea nominated for WEGO Health Award

Jul 7th, 2021 | Filed as: News

So Much More than a Headache: Understanding Migraine through Literature author Kathleen O’Shea has been nominated for the 10th annual WEGO Health Awards: Rookie of the Year for Patient Advocacy.
You can endorse her candidacy here  
Or pick up a copy of her book. 

 


Audio: The Uncommon Case of Daniel Brown author Gorden Shufelt on WKSU Elevations

Jul 7th, 2021 | Filed as: News

“This week on Elevations, we interview author Gordon H. Shufelt on his new book The Uncommon Case of Daniel Brown: How a White Police Officer Was Convicted of Killing a Black Citizen, Baltimore, 1875.”
Listen to the interview

“This meticulous description of the 1875 trial and unlikely conviction of a Baltimore policeman of Irish immigrant heritage for […]

 


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