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New from American Palate West: A History of Pacific Northwest Cuisine

September 20, 2013

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Grilled oysters with chermoula on a bed of rock salt. Paley’s Place Bistro & Bar. 2013. Courtesy of Pamela Heiligenthal.

Let the flavors of the Pacific Northwest dance across your palate. This October, History Press West is excited to debut a new American Palate title exploring the roots of Northwest food and drink… With a dash of humor and a sprinkling of recipes, culinarian Marc Hinton chronicles the bounty of the Pacific Northwest from the […]

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New from History Press: Western Washington Reflections

March 24, 2013


A crisp morning at a bridge beneath Mt. Si in the Central Cascades. Photography by Brandon Sawaya.

From urban gardens to backcountry, the Evergreen State holds a special allure. This spring, the History Press is pleased to announce the publication of Western Washington Reflections: Stories from the Puget Sound to Vancouver edited by Colleen Lutz Clemens and Rebecca Helm Beardsall. This compelling new collection of essays provides a unique perspective on the […]

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New from History Press Sports: Cascadia Clash

January 11, 2013


Seattle Sounders at Portland Timbers during the MLS regular season game on June 24, 2012 at Jeld-Wen Field in Portland, Oregon. Courtesy Anatoliy Lukich.

Just in time for the start of the Major League Soccer season comes a new rivalry book from History Press Sports… Look for Geoffrey C. Arnold’s Cascadia Clash: Sounders vs Timbers in Portland and Seattle bookshops this February 2013. Arnold will sign copies of Cascadia Clash at a special author event March 16, 2013, at […]

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Western Washington Reflections: Call For Submissions

March 9, 2012


Photograph courtesy of Aubrie Koenig

In 2011, The History Press published two collections edited by Colleen Lutz Clemens and Rebecca Helm Beardsall. The two books, Western Pennsylvania Reflections: Stories from the Alleghenies to Lake Erie and Philadelphia Reflections: Stories from the Delaware to the Schuylkill, brought together personal narratives with a focus on place. We’re teaming up again for a similar project […]

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Interview with Karla Stover, Author of Hidden History of Tacoma

March 1, 2012


Courtesy of the Author

In the following interview with History Press West, author and local guide Karla Stover speaks about her new book, Hidden History of Tacoma: Little-Known Tales from the City of Destiny, and her interest in local history. AK: What is one of your favorite stories in the Hidden History of Tacoma collection? KS: Considering Washington’s reputation […]

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