Since our publishing house was founded in 2007—the year the iPhone and Kindle were introduced—we have urged authors to reach out in all forms of media to gather an audience, we call it a community, around their books. After all, most authors tackle the enormous challenge of writing a book because they hope to make […]
Headlines from around the world continue to herald the explosive dangers of hatred fueled by tensions over race, religion and ethnicity. Within 24 hours of the mass shootings in Germany, this week, Wikipedia already had an in-depth summary of news reports, making this the 8th major terrorist incident in February 2020. Our entire publishing house […]
Reuniting the Children of Abraham is a powerful, multimedia peace initiative created with Jewish, Christian and Muslim families to combat the fear, bigotry and bullying that fuels violence. The project described in this book includes inspiring and educational materials that flow from the ancient story of Abraham, a patriarch in all three faiths. Just as Abraham’s own children were reunited, this project is a model for calling these vast families of faith toward building peaceful new relationships.
Editor David Crumm reports on the start of the centennial year marking the adoption of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution, extending voting rights to women. Media companies are making big plans. David suggests ways writers can contribute to this year of reflection on women’s rights.
David Crumm reports on three pioneering authors who write about the experience of racism through the lens of racially blended families. Millions of Americans live with racial diversity in their own homes—and more are joining them each year.