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Ann K. Symons wins ALA Equality Award
Scarecrow Press, a member of the Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group, is proud to sponsor the American Library Association's annual equality award honoring outsanding contributions to promoting equality in libraries. This year's honoree is Ann K. Symons, whose presentation on serving gay, lesbian, bi- and trans- families has been presented at conferences around the world.
Remembering Chicago's deadliest day
One hundred years ago today, more than 800 people died when the USS Eastland capsized in the Chicago River.
Ashes Under Water
, by Michael McCarthy, explores the tragedy using previously unpublished material from the National Archives. "
Eastland’s owners were aware of stability problems that needed to be repaired but planned to postpone them until after the sailing season ended in 1915 because of the expense,” McCarthy
told fellow Lyons Press author
for this feature at
Stacy Keach wins Hollywood PRISM Award
Stacy Keach, award-winning actor and author of
ALL IN ALL: An Actor's Life On and Off the Stage
won the first PRISM Award ever presented for a literary work. Hollywood's prestigious PRISM Awards
are presented each year for productions that accurately depict substance abuse, addiction, treatment and recovery, as well as mental health, in TV, movies, music, and other forms of entertainment.
Mike Veseth is an economist specializing in global wine markets. He is editor of the award-winning blog The Wine Economist and author of a dozen books, including Wine Wars (2011), and Extreme Wine (2013).
John Gehring is Catholic program director at Faith in Public Life, an advocacy group in Washington, DC.
Lee H. Whittlesey
Lee H. Whittlesey is a professional historian for the National Park Service at Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming-Montana-Idaho.
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