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We are a small, independent press located in Northern New Jersey specializing in niche publishing of non-fiction titles.

Twenty-Four Years To Boston

Twenty-Four Years To Boston

My Journey From Vegetable Aisle
To Boylston Street
by Jim Brennan

List Price: $24.95
ISBN: 978-1-937943-13-4

“Twenty-four Years to Boston is perfect for those who have a passion for a great run as well as those who just love a terrific story about the journey, struggles and triumph of reaching your goals…

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Creating A Leader Among Its Peers

Creating A Leader Among Its Peers

The Growth and Success
of Union County College
1990-2010
by Thomas H. Brown

List Price: $29.95
ISBN: 978-1-937943-12-7

Despite its long service to New Jersey residents (it is the oldest community college in the state—1933), by the 1980s, Union County College was no longer the leader in the state. In 1990, a new president, Dr. Thomas H. Brown brought a new vision, leadership, and direction to a staid environment.

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Vietnam Vignettes

Vietnam Vignettes

Tales of the Magnificent Bastards
by Gerald R. Gems

List Price: $22.50
ISBN: 978-1-878282-39-2

A divided word (Viet Nam), the Vietnam War pitted two equally divided nations against each other. Even today, the pain runs deep on both sides. In this conflict in a far away nation, young men of both sides and their families were hostage to the politics of the world.

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A Black National News Service

A Black National News Service

The Associated Negro Press and Claude Barnett
by Lawrence D. Hogan

List Price: $18.50
ISBN: 978-1-878282-22-4

In this revised and enlarged edition of his ground-breaking work, Professor Hogan presents the history of black journalism and the efforts of Claude Barnett, a graduate of Tuskegee Institute, to establish a national black news service

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“Collie J”

“Collie J”

Grambling’s Man with the Golden Pen
by Michael Hurd

List Price: $24.95
ISBN: 978-1-878282-48-4

Collie James Nicholson did not want to settle for second best in anything. He became the first black combat correspondent in the U.S. Marine Corps and then went on to become a celebrated sports publicist.

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Through My Eyes

Through My Eyes

A Sports Writer’s 58-Year Journey
by Jerry Izenberg

List Price: $24.95
ISBN: 978-1-878282-57-6

Former United States Senator Bill Bradley says it best—“Jerry is a conscience of sports. He is never afraid to take on the tough subjects…” Now in this revealing portrait of nearly six decades of sports writing, Jerry Izenberg takes his many readers and friends back over the long road of finding the truth and reporting it.

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A year apart…

A year apart…

Letters from
War-Torn
Europe
by Murray Olderman

List Price: $24.95
ISBN: 978-1-937943-09-7

Murray Olderman is a columnist and cartoonist whose work was distributed by Newspaper Enterprise Association, a Scripps-Howard syndicate, to 650 daily newspapers. After serving as executive editor, he retired from the syndicate but remains active as a writer and artist, and his stories have appeared in the Los Angeles Times, the New York Times, and the Miami Herald.

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Waiting for the Archbishop

Waiting for the Archbishop

Memoirs of a Former
Priest in Transition
by Dennis Ortman

List Price: $18.95
ISBN: 978-1-937943-06-6

A celibate Catholic Priest for fourteen years, Dennis Ortman committed the unpardonable sin. He fell in love with a woman and had to make a soul-wrenching decision. He left the priesthood, married and began a new career as a psychologist.

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As Ever – Mac

As Ever – Mac

A Biography of College Frontiersman
Kenneth C. MacKay
by Roy W. Smith

List Price: $29.95
ISBN: 978-1-878282-35-4

Kenneth C. MacKay, the “father of the two-year college in New Jersey,” was an early pioneer in understanding and appreciating the values and strengths of the two-year college as a major segment of American higher education and of the relationship of the two-year college with the other sectors of higher education.

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The Boys Next Door

The Boys Next Door

A Marine Returns
to Vietnam
by R.L. Tecklenburg

List Price: $24.95
ISBN: 978-1-937943-15-8

A Marine in Vietnam, Robert Tecklenburg returned thirty-five years later to the two villages (Thua Luu and Nouc Ngot in rural Phu Loc District) where he served as a member of a Combined Action Team.

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Traces of Hope

Traces of Hope

by Mona Villarrubia

List Price: $19.95
ISBN: 978-1-937943-27-1

Traces of Hope addresses three major traumas in the author’s life: a natural disaster (Hurricane Katrina), childhood abuse, and the suicide of her oldest son. Mona reflects on the stages of grief and loss experienced in each situation

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