The honesty of this book will resonate with cancer patients, and care-givers and health professionals will find it a realistic read if they wish to know more about with if feels like to have cancer. —Margaret Henderson, Richmond, VA © 2013 Library Journal (09/15/2013)
Get ready for that next special event with the latest Tatra Press guide.
Library Journal is scheduled to review Tatra Press’ My Cancer Year, a cancer survivorship memoir by Curtis Pesmen (pub date October 2013) in its September 15th issue.
You can read an excerpt of this book, (or any other Tatra Press book), here on our website. Just click “preview this book” when you hover over the cover image found on the home or catalog page of this website.
Two Tatra Press e-books are included in Amazon’s Kindle Big Deal. You can now get Margaret Lowrie Robertson’s SEASON OF BETRAYAL and Erkia Wood’s THE COLORMAN for $1.99 for a limited time.
Tatra Press is delighted to announce that subsidiary rights for its list are now being managed by Whitney Lee of The Fielding Agency. Kindly direct any sub right inquiries (foreign translation and film) to Ms Lee (email@example.com).
Tatra Press titles Rain Forest Wisdom, My Cancer Year, and Brighter Graphite are on display at ALA in the ForeWord booth. If you are attending, please swing by and check them out.
ALA reminds us that, as publishing reinvents itself, there remains one constant—librarians, the most important curators of letters—and for them, we are most grateful.
Tatra Press has opened its doors to its own YouTube channel: TatraPress Media. Here, we plan to house media to share more about our titles, authors and the publishing process—including author interviews, book trailers or anything else we feel readers might like. For starters, we have some rare recordings of the Lustres, a post-punk band from 1980s Greenwich Village. We welcome your subscription.
Listen to songs by The Lustres, the downtown NYC 1980s post-punk band, in these discovered recordings, on the new Tatra Press YouTube channel. The Lustres’ brilliant—yet brief—history was documented prominently in Josh Karlen’s LOST LUSTRE, published by Tatra Press.
Throughout May 2013, Josh Karlen’s Lost Lustre, a memoir of growing up in New York’s Lower East Side and Greenwich Village in the 1970s, will be available on Amazon’s Kindle 100 List.