Monthly Archives: April 2013

Camp Hill’s Fritz VonderHeiden shares his German/English poetry translations

Mechanicsburg, PA – Sunbury Press has released Fritz VonderHeiden’s poetry compilation “Translations of Favorite German and English Poems” About the Book: Fritz Vonderheiden has selected ten of his favorite poems for translation. Five are taken from German to English and five English to German: GERMAN Erlkönig by J. W. von Goethe Ein Traum by Friedrich […]

Mark Mitten’s “Sipping Whiskey in a Shallow Grave” nominated for a Peacemaker Award

Mechanicsburg, PA – Western Fictioneers (WF) is pleased to announce the NOMINEES for the third annual (2013) Peacemaker Awards. Mark Mitten’s “Sipping Whiskey in a Shallow Grave” is a finalist in the Best Western First Novel category. About Western Fictioneers: Western Fictioneers is the only professional writers organization composed entirely of authors who have written […]

Visionary author, yoga instructor and nutritionist remembered

Wyomissing, PA – Linnea Lindberg Jepsen, 80, died April 11, 2013, in her Wyomissing residence. Born in Cleveland, OH, she was the daughter of the late Lawrence J.V. and Evelyn (Boettger) Lindberg. She was a 1954 graduate of Bucknell University. Linnea was a certified yoga instructor and nutritionist. A visionary, she shared a lifestyle of respect […]

Doug Brode’s new “nonfiction novel” retells the Kennedy assassination from Oswald’s perspective

Dallas, TX – Sunbury Press has released Douglas Brode’s new novel “‘Patsy!’: The Life and Times of Lee Harvey Oswald.” About the Book: NOVEMBER 22, 1963: A DAY THAT CHANGED AMERICA Since the assassination of Pres. John F. Kennedy, three theories have been forwarded as the involvement of Lee Harvey Oswald: that he was a […]

Paul Argentini’s latest novel is “A Matter of Love in da Bronx: A 1950s Diary”

Mechanicsburg, PA – Sunbury Press has released Paul Argentini’s new novel “A Matter of Love in da Bronx: A 1950s Diary.” About the Book: “If James Joyce’s “Ulysses” is considered the greatest unread novel of the 20th Century, then it is just as likely as not Paul Argentini’s “A Matter of Love In da Bronx” will […]

John Scanlan’s “Of Guilt and Innocence” again tops Sunbury Press’s list — March bestsellers

Mechanicsburg, PA – “Of Guilt and Innocence”, John Scanlan’s debut police-procedural mystery,  was #1 in print for the second consecutive month thanks to brisk eBook sales. Mike Campbell’s “Amelia Earhart – the Truth at Last,” about the disappearance of the famed aviatrix, ranked 2nd due to strong sales in all formats. Sunbury Press experienced its […]

Susan Emmi recounts her long relationship with New York Times ballet critic Clive Barnes

New York, NY – Sunbury Press has released Susan Emmi’s book “As a Guest of Clive Barnes: Journeys through the Ballet with Clive Barnes and Others.” About the Book: Enter the enchanting world of ballet through the eyes of the legendary dance and theater critic Clive Barnes, and others like him, whose views on dance […]

Anthony Julian’s collection of vintage photographs sheds light on Pit Bulls as loving companions.

Mechanicsburg, PA – Sunbury Press has released Anthony Julian’s book “Pit Bulls: Vintage Photographs of Pit Bulls and the People Who Loved Them.” About the Book: Author Anthony Julian opens a time capsule for us concerning the history of the oft-maligned pit bull.  Through old photographs and personal anecdotes, Julian paints a history of the […]