With regret, I have had to close Upper Hand Press. My deepest regret is for the losses to the authors whose fine works I've published and whose careers I've tried to support. I hope you will continue to read their books and will contact them for copies by the means posted below. I have valued your readership and support over the years. Please look for these authors. Please continue to support independent presses and their authors!
The Crime of Being
by Alice Lichtenstein is in print and can be ordered through any bookstore! This novel about a white-on-black shooting in an idyllic small town, its divisive effects on the social fabric and power structure, was inspired by real events. The inner lives of the teenaged shooter and victim are secondary to the class strife, religious warfare, and political ambitions of the adults.
She Can Find Her Way: Women Travelers at Their Best
, a four-volume collection of essays by women travelers demonstrates how solo women travelers rise to the occasion when confronted with danger or when they lose their ways. For sale through Ann Starr: see below.
For One Hundred Years of Marriage
, Cadillac, Oklahoma
, and The Woman Without a Voice
, you can reach the author, Louise Farmer Smith at http://louisefarmersmith.com/
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