Loyola University’s Apprentice House press is rolling out its Spring 2014 releases, including two novels, a collection of short stories, fantasy and a unique book of dual-language poetry (English & Yiddish). “We are excited by the diversity of our spring line-up,” said AH publisher Kevin Atticks, DCD. “Our model of publishing good work—regardless of the genre—is growing us unique portfolio.” Titles published this...
Flashes of War was released on Memorial Day to a crowd at a reading/booksigning at the famed Malaprops Bookstore/Café in Ashville, NC. The book/ebook is available for sale via local booksellers, Amazon.com, BN.com, iBookstore and more.
AH is proud to announce the release of 15 e-books, available in Kindle, iBooks and Nook format. All of our new releases are available as e-books and we are working to develop electronic versions of nearly all books in our catalog
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Apprentice House—-the nation’s only student-run, campus-based book publisher—-is seeking manuscripts for review. In the past we have accepted a wide variety of thoughtfully written, well-developed manuscripts, and we welcome works from all authors who adhere to our submission guidelines as well as our goals to uphold constructive learning experiences for our publishing students. We review submissions twice annually. Deadlines are October 1 and February 1.Learn More