— Nonfiction —
On My Way Out: A Reflection on Closure
Love, Sex, Mushrooms: Adventures of a Woman In Science
Through flashbacks, readers experience the challenges of a mother raising a son and daughter amid two adults’ advancing careers when the concept of women working outside the home was not only rare but taboo. Her courage and persistence are rewarded: Cardy Raper becomes a world-renowned scientist for whom an honorary retirement symposium drew researchers from all over the world.
Published by Green Place Books
by Stanton Peele Ph D, J D and Zach Rhoads
America’s drug scourge continues unabated, even while we pour resources into traditional disease therapy an 12-step programs. This book is about the evidence-based solutions that actually help, with practical information for parents, drug users, helping professionals, and policy-makers.
Published by Upper Access, Inc.
She Lived, and the Other Girls Died: Essays
by Kirsti Sandy
Kirsti A. Sandy teaches creative nonfiction, memoir, and narrative theory at Keene State College in Keene, New Hampshire. She was the recipient of the Northern New England Review’s 2017 Raven Prize for Creative Nonfiction. Her first book, She Lived is the winner of the Monadnock Essay Collection Prize (2017).
Published by Bauhan Publishing
A Forest Days Handbook
by Peter Gould
Horse-Drawn Yogurt is Gould's first nonfiction. You’ll learn how locals and newcomers helped each other out in a pivotal moment of history. You'll find out how young people, new to the land, learned how to tend gardens, animals, and fields, while belonging to a national movement against the Vietnam war and for peace and justice around the world.
Published by Green Writers Press
Counter Culture: Clams, Convents and a Circle of Global Citizens
☀️Profits from the sale of this book will go to the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur who have served immigrant communities at St. Patrick’s School, Lowell, MA, for 167 years.
by Eleanor Dunfey-Freiburger
The story of an important family in New Hampshire, from their modest beginnings opening a clam shack on Hampton Beach, to owning and operating hotels from Lamie's in Hampton to the Parker House Hotel in Boston, to their work in politics and their advocacy work through the organization they founded, Global Citizens Circle.
Published by Peter E. Randall
Summer Over Autumn: A Small Town Book of Small-Town Life
My Life Outside the Box
This is a collection of some of the author’s best writings over the past 65 years. From his experience as the first black in the IBM Apprentice Program and in IBM's Advanced Research Facility, to being a leader in the Civil Rights Movement, a college professor and working with the FBI to develop the concept of Psychological Profiling, most have been previously published in newspapers, magazines, books, or periodicals. There are 74 articles, from one to four pages on a wide variety of topics.
Published by TCA and Lulu
by Reeve Lindbergh
In her new book, Lindbergh reflects on her own “Two Lives,” navigating her role as the public face of her family while, at the same time, leading a very quiet existence in rural Vermont.
Published by Brigantine Media
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One Man’s Maine
Winner of the Maine Literary Award for Maine-themed nonfiction and awarded a bronze medal for the category Ecology & Environmental Essays, Foreword Reviews Book of the Year!
Published by Green Writers Press
A Social History of One of the Least Understood Elements of Our Lives
by Jane Brox
Through her evocative intertwined histories of the penitentiary and the monastery, illuminates the many ways silence is far more complex than any absolute; how it has influenced ideas of the self, soul, and society.
Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt