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  • Welcome to the Craziness that is Publishing


    As we celebrate another new year at the press, we’re excited to introduce our three newest team members: Carmen Torrado Gonzalez, Jennifer Savran Kelly, and Ellen Murphy. To kick off your 2018 reading list, we asked each of them to share the top book... more >>


  • Eight Books For Today


    In honor of Martin Luther King Day, we offer you a list of eight books that tackle race, race relations, and Civil Rights in the US. One-Way Street of Integration: Fair Housing and the Pursuit of Racial Justice in American Cities, by Edward G. Goetz... more >>


  • Marketing Roundup, December 2017


    We’re starting a regular new column! Each month we’ll give you the highlights from the marketing team, showcasing publicity we’ve gained, awards our books have won, new podcasts, and much more. Here’s the first one. Dig right... more >>


  • Your Job or Your Water: Watersheds amid the “Economy Vs. Environment” Conflict


    The need for improved water resource protection is urgent, yet land-use activities increasingly imperil our water supplies. With that in mind, we’re excited to present the final installment of a three-part blog series, “Watershed Paths to Water... more >>


  • BOTNIK versus the Romantics! Can an App Help You Write Like a Romantic Poet?


    By  Bob Holman and Steve Zeitlin John Keats might have called the computer “a thing of beauty.” Or perhaps “an unravish’d bride of quietness.” Coleridge’s question, “Is very life by consciousness unbounded?” could just as aptly apply to the computer... more >>



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