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

Open Christianity

Open Christianity

Home by Another Road
by Jim Burklo

List Price: $19.95
ISBN: 978-1-878282-06-4

If you are not a Christian, this book invites you to explore the teachings of Jesus without requiring you to accept the Bible as literally true; or to follow an extreme, inflexible, or nonsensical theology.

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Deeper Love

Deeper Love

Faithful Rhetoric For
Progressive Social Change
by Progressive Christians Uniting
edited by Jim Burklo

List Price: $18.00
ISBN: 978-1-937943-32-5

The Deeper Love web-based resource enables progressive political and social action. This book provides activists, lay and clergy people, politicians, campaigners, and organizers with inspiring rhetoric to advance social change.

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Mindful Christianity

Mindful Christianity

by Jim Burklo

List Price: $18.95
ISBN: 978-1-937943-40-0

Mindful Christianity revels how mindfulness has manifested among Christians from the days of Jesus until now. It allures the reader to integrate it into every aspect of Christian living: prayer, worship, study, and service.

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Six Short Plays

Six Short Plays

by R. Cary Bynum

List Price: $12.95
ISBN: 978-1-878282-12-5

Escapee,
The Sharpshooters,
Interviewee,
Sherwood,
The Monkey Palace, and
Live-In Witnesses

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The Chinaberry Tree & Other Poems

The Chinaberry Tree & Other Poems

by R. Cary Bynum

List Price: $15.95
ISBN: 978-1-878282-24-8

In his first collection of poetry, R. Cary Bynum provides rich insights into the human heart and into the soul of everyday life and its beautiful mysteries.

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Reunion In Thera

Reunion In Thera

& Other Stories
by R. Cary Bynum

List Price: $19.95
ISBN: 978-1-937943-00-4

“Mysteries abound in all of R. Cary Bynum’s elegantly haunting tales …. And in this writer’s sure hands, the secrets revealed are never quite what we expect ….”
— GREG CHANGNON
Former Atlanta Journal-Constitution book critic

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Sea Vigil

Sea Vigil

by R. Cary Bynum

List Price: $15.95
ISBN: 978-1-878282-52-1

Poet and author R. Cary Bynum’s “poetry has a deepened literary strategy. He gives the reader not only a narrator who has looked at seascapes, seeing them at times in Hopkins-like exactitude

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Night Streetcars

Night Streetcars

City Poems / Poems Beyond
by R. Cary Bynum

List Price: $15.95
ISBN: 978-1-973943-34-9

“Night Streetcars tasks us to track mysterious moments and episodes remembered, sometimes voluntarily, other times not.” Jay A. Mower, Poet and Retired Professor

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Woodhall Stories

Woodhall Stories

by R. Cary Bynum

List Price: $19.95
ISBN: 978-1-937943-18-9

Mid-century Atlanta’s Woodhall neighborhood was one of many southern city communities that had endured decades of depression and two world wars. Its houses were inhabited by middle class working people, living their lives unaware of the far-reaching social changes – beginning in the 1960s – that would sweep them toward the new millennium.

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Pro Football’s Fabulous Fifties

Pro Football’s Fabulous Fifties

When football players were football players
and the grass was still real
by Kristine Setting Clark

List Price: $24.95
ISBN: 978-1-937943-30-1

Pro Football’s Fabulous Fifties captures a period of time when the sport began to move forward into a new decade and create the domination of the American sports scene that it has today.

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Three Meals a Day

Three Meals a Day

by Maud Cooke

List Price: $24.95
ISBN: 978-1-878282-02-6

“The science of cookery may very properly be classed among fine arts, and certainly it is by no means the least among them: for, in the nature of events, a practical knowledge of scientific cooking touches more intimately our homes and home comforts,…”

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Listening to the Birth of Crystals

Listening to the Birth of Crystals

Edited by Alan Corkish & Andrew Taylor

List Price: $16.95
ISBN: 978-1-878282-31-6

Prize-winning poets rub shoulders with those whose work is being published for the first time.

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