Tag Archives: Ted Savas

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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ECW Honors Ted Savas

As part of Emerging Civil War’s fifth anniversary commemoration, we are pleased to inaugurate the second of two new awards: The Brig. Gen. Robert Greely Stevenson Award for Service to Emerging Civil War. This award is given as occasion dictates … 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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The Future of Civil War History: Ted Savas

Today, ECW is pleased to welcome Theodore P. Savas, managing director and majority partner of Savas Beatie, LLC. Aside from being the largest independent publisher of Civil War titles, Savas Beatie is also the home of the Emerging Civil War … Continue reading

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Second Winchester: The Confederate Victory that Opened the Door to Gettysburg

Eric Wittenberg described his latest publishing project, co-written by Scott Mingus, as “thorough.” And the extensive research that went into the book—not to mention its 500-page duration—is proof of that. The Second Battle of Winchester: The Confederate Victory that Opened … Continue reading

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The Future of Civil War History

  What is the future of Civil War history? That’s the topic of a special June 2016 issue of the academic journal Civil War History. Published by Kent State University Press, the journal features highlights from a 2013 conference sponsored … Continue reading

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A Q&A About Publishing

“I hope you can find a way to make it clear SB is ‘your’ press and will remain so,” Ted Savas said to me this week. Ted, the managing partner of Savas Beatie, LLC, has been Emerging Civil War’s publisher … Continue reading

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Announcing the Emerging Revolutionary War Series

Some exciting news from our sister site, Emerging Revolutionary War: Although it’s been nearly 250 years since America’s founding, the Revolutionary era continues to capture people’s imaginations. To explore that story even further, the editors of Emerging Revolutionary War have … Continue reading

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“Seizing Destiny” looks at the Valley Forge of the Army of the Potomac

Author Albert Conner found inspiration for his new book in the usually forgotten transitional period between two well-known battles. It’s an unconventional approach among typically battle-focused Civil War scholarship. But that forgotten history, Conner contends, was one of the most transformational … Continue reading

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