Hush Now, Don’t Explain, by Dennis Must: An Orphan in ’40s Rural America Seeks her Fortune

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Hush Now, Don’t Explain ($14.95, 300 pp, 5×8 Trade Paperback ISBN: 978-1-60381-201-6) is a work of literary fiction by Dennis Must. A white orphan and two mixed race friends set out from Ohio on a trip to New Orleans, in search of their roots and their destinies.

“Steeped in the strains of postwar jazz and the [...]

Uncle Anton’s Atomic Bomb, a Novel by Ian Woollen: Preppies, Hippies, and Spies in Cold War America

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Uncle Anton’s Atomic Bomb ($18.95, 406 pages, ISBN: 978-1-60381-231-3), a work of literary fiction by Ian Woollen, takes place in the latter half of the 20th century, when Cold War paranoia led just about every American family of means to build a bomb shelter in the backyard.

Mary weds Ward Jr., heir to the well-to-do Wangerts [...]

The Last of the Blacksmiths, by Claire Gebben: a Nineteenth Century German Immigrant Pursues the American Dream

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In The Last Of The Blacksmiths (ISBN: 978-1-60381-182-8, $16.95, 352 pp; February 15, 2014), Claire Gebben brings to life the moving story of Michael Harm, a nineteenth century blacksmith from the Bavarian Rhinelands who dares to follow his dreams of freedom and prosperity and travels from Germany to Cleveland, OH, to pursue an artisan way [...]

Sirocco, by Danielle A. Dahl: Life in the Twilight of French Algeria

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Sirocco: A French Girl Comes of Age in War-Torn Algeria (274 pp, $14.95, ISBN: 978-1-60381-194-1), is a memoir by Danielle A. Dahl about her adventures growing up under threat of terrorism.

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“Sirocco is the riveting [...]

The Book of Changes, a Novel by Jack Remick About Berkeley in the '70s

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The Book of Changes ($15.95, 306 pp, 6×9 Trade Paperback ISBN:978-1-60381-186-6), by Jack Remick, is a work of literary fiction that covers a tumultuous year in the life of an idealistic first-year male student enrolled at UC Berkeley in 1971. It is Book Three of The California Quartet, a series of standalone novels about young [...]

Gabriela and the Widow, by Jack Remick: A Story of Memory, Immortality and Redemption

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Gabriela and The Widow ($14.95, 280 pp, 6×9 Trade Paperback ISBN: 978-1-60381-147-7), a work of literary fiction by Seattle author Jack Remick, tells the story of a dying aristocrat and the Mixteca caregiver who helps her assemble the jumbled pieces of her past, a process that gives them both love, closure, and the courage to [...]

One Gay American: a Coming-of-Age Memoir by Dennis Milam Bensie

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One Gay American ($13.95, 242 pages, ISBN: 978-1-60381-153-8), is a memoir by theatrical wigmaker Dennis Milam Bensie about growing up gay in small-town America.

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One Gay American was a finalist in the 2013 Indie Excellence Awards [...]

The Turtle-Girl from East Pukapuka, by Cole Alpaugh

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The Turtle-Girl from East Pukapuka (5 x 8 Trade Paperback ISBN: 978-1-60381-116-3, 288 pp., $15.95), is the second work of fiction by author, photographer and journalist Cole Alpaugh.

The Turtle-Girl was a finalist in both the 2013 Next Generation Indie Book Awards and the 2013 Foreword Magazine Book of the Year Awards.

Alpaugh’s first book, The Bear [...]

Valley Boy, a Coming-of-Age Novel by Jack Remick

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Valley Boy ($13.95, 254 pp, 6×9 Trade Paperback ISBN: 978-1-60381-145-3), by Jack Remick, covers a year in the life of a third-generation Okie teenager who is struggling with the stigma of his heritage.

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“Valley Boy is the story of every kid who wandered out of [...]