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Excerpt! Get Hooked on the Mystery in Ann Lambert's Dark Quebec Tale, The Birds That Stay
In the opening of Ann Lambert's The Birds that Stay (Second Story Press), Louis Lachance sneaks away while his wife is sleeping - not for an affair, but to take one more job as a handyman. Instead of ...
February 05, 2019
Contest! Win a Prize Pack of Diverse Kids' Books from Second Story Press
If you want to be a hero to the little book worms in your life, don't miss the chance to enter for a chance to win an incredible prize pack of books for young readers.Courtesy of Second Story Press, you ...
November 21, 2018
Naomi M. Moyer, Artist & Author of Black Women Who Dared, on the Books That Shaped Her
Successful business women; fearless anti-slavery activists; tireless healthcare advocates - these are just a few of the deeply inspiring feats represented in Black Women Who Dared by artist Naomi M. ...
October 03, 2018
Understanding the Eternal Appeal of Anne Frank's Story With All About Anne Author Menno Metselaar
It's hard to name a cultural figure who has had the impact Anne Frank has. Her eponymous diary and the museum created in the house where she and her family lived in hiding are known around the world, ...
October 02, 2018
The Story of My Face Author Leanne Baugh on Teenaged Self-Consciousness & Crafting Memorable Characters
Every teen feels awkward and self-conscious sometimes, but 17-year old Abby Hughes, the resilient young protagonist in Leanne Baugh's The Story of My Face (Second Story Press), has a serious reason ...
November 08, 2017
In conversation with Margie Wolfe, publisher of Second Story Press
For almost 30 years, Second Story Press has been at the forefront of publishing books that champion feminism, social justice, and diversity. Orchestrating these efforts is publisher Margie Wolfe, who ...