Re: Hi everyone
- Thanks for the help, but it looks like I'm back on with Heritage press. I appreciate the help, though.
--- In BuffaloHistory@yahoogroups.com, "Chris Andrle" <cjandrle@...> wrote:
> Western New York Heritage Press just recently published John W. Percy's
> "Buffalo Niagara Connections":
> BUFFALO-NIAGARA CONNECTIONS:
> A New Regional History of the Niagara Link
> By John W. Percy
> Western New York Heritage Press, Inc., is proud to announce the publication
> of the first comprehensive history of the Niagara Frontier to appear in over
> a half century. There is no comparable work in print. This major opus of
> esteemed historian John Percy has been in process for almost two decades.
> The influence of geography on the history and development of the region is a
> persistent theme and a steady beacon in Percy's amply illustrated text. This
> is an oversize softcover volume of 370 pages
> Another option is self-publishing via lulu.com which I believe Mike Rizzo
> used for his book:
> Through The Mayor's Eyes
> The Only Complete History of the Mayor's of Buffalo, New York
> Compiled by Michael Rizzo
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "marktwain101" <marktwain101@...>
> To: <BuffaloHistory@yahoogroups.com>
> Sent: Friday, April 17, 2009 9:55 AM
> Subject: [BuffaloHistory] Hi everyone
> >I wrote a 300 page book on the city of Buffalo from 1825 [the opening of
> >the canal] to the end of the Civil War. I thought I had a publisher for the
> >book but that has fallen through. I was wondering is anyone had any leads
> >to where I might turn to get this done.
> > Thanks in advance.
> > Jim
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- In addition to everyone else's suggestions, you can also approach Western NY Wares and Buffalo Heritage Unlimited (if these weren't the publishers that fell through):
Cynthia Van Ness, MLS, bettybarcode AT yahoo DOT com
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From: marktwain101 <marktwain101@...>
Sent: Friday, April 17, 2009 9:55:11 AM
Subject: [BuffaloHistory] Hi everyone
I wrote a 300 page book on the city of Buffalo from 1825 [the opening of the canal] to the end of the Civil War. I thought I had a publisher for the book but that has fallen through. I was wondering is anyone had any leads to where I might turn to get this done.
Thanks in advance.
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