Category Archives: accessible publishing

Great Week for Books

While I’ve been researching  a set of Dakota War artifacts that disappeared 150 years ago, great book news has been unfolding. Catherine Denial gave A Thrilling Narrative a great review in the Spring 2013 edition of Minnesota History. Denial concludes, … Continue reading

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Thanks, Minnesota! It’s Part of Your Legacy

cross-post from http://www.ponddakotapress.org It’s March 12, 2013, the official release date for Pond Dakota Press’s first book, Northern Slave, Black Dakota by Walt Bachman, and I want to say, “Thanks!” to about 500 thousand people. Did you know that if you pay … Continue reading

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Universal Access to History

Having my first book appear in print has definitely been a highlight of my year. But today I’m even more proud of having a hand in bringing another book into print in universally accessible forms: Walt Bachman’s Northern Slave, Black … Continue reading

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