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Podcast Additional Resources: “Civil War Publishing”

Last week we released an episode of the Emerging Civil War Podcast about Civil War publishing with a special discussion with Chris Mackowski, Kris White, and Ted Savas. Have you listened to it yet via Patreon? We’ve rounded up some blog posts … Continue reading

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ECW Podcast “Civil War Publishing” Is Now Available

If you’re an ECW fan, we know that you love history books! And in our second podcast for October, you’ll get to hear a discussion between some of our authors and a respected publisher. Head over to our podcast platform … Continue reading

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Essential Civil War Curriculum: A Glimpse Into The Publishing Process

Have you used The Essential Civil War Curriculum from Virginia Center for Civil War Studies at Virginia Tech? Have you wondered about the process for creating those articles and resources?  JLD (Laurie) Woodruff, Executive Director and Editor for The Essential … Continue reading

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A Postscript to a Conversation with Hallowed Ground‘s Mary Koik

(a postscript to a four-part series) As a follow-up to my interview with Hallowed Ground editor Mary Koik earlier this month, I asked her, “If a young woman wanted to get into Civil War-related publishing, as a writer or author, … Continue reading

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The Book Index: Why It Matters (To Readers of Civil War Books)

Think back to the last non-fiction Civil War book that you read. How many times did you refer to the index? If you read the book from front to back, the index probably did not factor significantly into your experience. … Continue reading

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The Future of Civil War History: Ted Savas (P.S.)

Earlier this month, as part of our “Future of Civil War History” series, publisher Ted Savas offered some insights into the long-term viability of the Civil War publishing industry. As a follow-up, he offers today on his own blog some thoughts … Continue reading

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