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The Apprentice House Press at Loyola University Maryland is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a reception to honor our newest authors with highlights of our authors past.
- What: Apprentice House Spring Book Release & 10th Anniversary Celebration, including authors readings from their new releases; Lite fare served
- When: Tuesday, April 26 from 6-8pm
- Where: Knott Humanities Center Hug Lounge & Refectory; Loyola University Maryland, 4501 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21210
AH author Tom Glenn reads from his latest book, The Trion Syndrome, on January 6 @ 6:30 p.m. at the Enoch Pratt Free Library.
Enoch Pratt Free Library
400 Cathedral Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
Apprentice House is accepting submissions through October 1, 2015 for release in 2016/early 2017. Please review our submission guidelines and download our submission form.
Filled with the ABC’s of success to life and the game of golf, this book is written by the very people who have achieved fame and fortune in their respective golf-related field. Historically compelling and just plain fun to read, Wisdom For A Young Golfer will fascinate those golfers new to the game, as well as the serious golf historian and weekend hacker. You will not be able to put these compelling letters down until you have reached the very last page. Then you will want to share this rich knowledge with someone close to you, even if they have never picked up a driver or putter in their life.
Wisdom For A Young Golfer includes letters from Greg Norman, Tiger Woods, Ernie Ells, Arnold Palmer, and many more.
Think of Lady Gaga; think of Cher. Now multiply their audacity by a thousand. In a sequence of poetic monologues, Mata Hari: Eye of the Day dramatically portrays the life and trials of Margaraetha Zelle MacLeod, a Dutch girl from a dysfunctional family who, after a disastrous marriage and ten years in the Dutch East Indies, re-invented herself as the exotic dancer, Mata Hari, the consort of royalty, the companion of fabulously wealthy men, the rulers of Europe. Buy the book!
Join Apprentice House Press as we celebrate the release of our newest titles. Hear from authors and our editors, and enjoy lite fare.
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Apprentice House is pleased to release White Nightgown: Poems by author Megan Gannon. This is Gannon’s second publication with Apprentice House, following 2013 release of Cumberland: A Novel. Gannon lives in Ripon, Wisconsin and teaches at Ripon College. She is currently at work on her second novel.
“Hale Storm” Chronicles the Life of Baltimore’s Ed Hale Kevin Cowherd’s biography of Baltimore icon provides new details on Hale’s swings and misses, including a life with the CIA.
The new biography of Ed Hale by best-selling author and former Baltimore Sun columnist Kevin Cowherd breaks news about Hale’s life, successes, work with the CIA, and his incredible personal story.
The book includes a foreword by Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley and advance praise from many Maryland notables, Hale Storm is a story that will inform and intrigue readers.
“Ed Hale is a biographer’s dream,” says author Kevin Cowherd. “Not only does he have a fascinating life story to tell, but he was passionate about the project from the very beginning.” Also invaluable, Cowherd notes, was Hale’s amazing recall of the events in his past—from both a business and personal standpoint—that helped shape him.
About the Book
The most interesting man in the world? At times, Ed Hale made the Dos Equis guy look like a shut-in. Now for the first time, Hale’s inspiring story is told in the pages of Hale Storm. It’s a rollicking, inspirational tale like no other: a kid from gritty Sparrow’s Point, Md., has his fill of back-breaking work in the steel mill, thumbs his nose at college and sets off to seek his fortune. With an equal measure of brains and guts, he conquers the worlds of business and industry, buys an indoor soccer team, hobnobs with princes, politicians and heads of state, works covertly for the Central Intelligence Agency, dates a succession of astonishingly beautiful women and builds an iconic tower in the midst of the grimy Baltimore waterfront that helps transform acres of forlorn industrial ruin into a thriving neighborhood. The tough times are chronicled here, too: Hale’s swings and misses on two turbulent marriages, his history-making divorce from his first wife, union problems and death threats, the plane crashes he survived, the business deals that went sour, the distinctive tower he was forced to sell and the heart-wrenching decision to walk away from the beloved bank that he founded and nurtured for so many years. It’s a singular story of an American original that readers won’t want to miss. read more…
Author Ray Wong’s new book, I’m Not Chinese, has hit the stands. It’s a tale of his experience renouncing—and his path to embracing—his Chinese heritage. Wong is a dynamic writer whose story will inspire readers.
“Seldom have the terms ‘self-effacing’ and ‘memoir’ been more faithfully or sweetly conjoined. With his beguilingly humble voice Raymond Wong has shaped a moving, memorable book.”
—Peter Selgin, author of Confessions of a Left-Handed Man and Drowning
“Raymond Wong’s journey escorting his mother on a trip back to Hong Kong is one of discovery of much more than family and culture. I’m Not Chinese is a deeply personal portrait full of heart, humor, and compassion.”
—Steve Brannon, Editor, Small Print Magazine