It’s hard to believe that summer is gone, fall is in full swing and the holidays are nearly upon us. Our authors have been more active than ever, and if you haven’t attended any book launches or lectures recently, you’ll have an opportunity to attend one of the many events we have all over the nation soon. To whet your appetite, here’s a look behind the scenes at recent History Press events!
Author Andrew Schneider gave a talk to patrons at the Niles Public Library about his book detailing former Niles Mayor Nick Blase‘s career (September 26). Read the Niles-Herald Spectator‘s coverage of the new book.
Railroads of Rhode Island author Frank Heppner was interviewed on WPRO’s The Buddy Cianci Show.
Top right: Politics & Prose co-founder Barbara Meade, author John Muller and Frank Faragasso (retired historian with the National Park Service and Douglass scholar). Photos taken from John Muller‘s debut of Frederick Douglass in Washington D.C. at Politics & Prose on October 13.
Faith Serafin’s “Hearse Advert” features her new book, Haunted Columbus, Georgia: Phantoms of Fountain City. Need we say more?
Author Sam Baltrusis at his Ghosts of Boston: Haunts of the Hub launch party, courtesy of the Old South Meeting House.
Don’t miss the next Ghosts of Boston book signing!
Baltrusis at the Harvard COOP bookstore on October 8.
History Press authors ready to sign books at the 39th Annual Conference on D.C. Historical Studies (left to right): Stephan Hansen, John DeFerrari, Garrett Peck, Erin Voorheis, John Muller and Tim Krepp.