Base Ten

Jillian Greer – astrophysicist, wife, and mother  – spends ten days alone on the forested dunes of northern Lake Michigan, reflecting upon ten years of marriage, interrupted research, and her struggle to get back to the stars.

“A love letter to the Michigan landscape.”
~ Literary Life

“Remarkable. . . phenomenal. . . Never have I dog-eared a novel as much as I have this one.”
~ Ann Byle, Grand Rapids Press


Fracture: Essays, Poems, and Stories on Fracking in America brings together the voices of more than fifty writers exploring the complexities of fracking through first-hand experience, investigative journalism, story-telling, and verse.

“This stunning collection of essays, poems, and fiction is gripping and illuminating. . .”
~ Mary Evelyn Tucker, Co-director of Forum on Religion and Ecology at Yale University

“. . . The courageous voices in this landmark collection confront this foolhardy technology and fortify our will to fight it.”
~ Cheryll Glotfelty, professor of English at University of Navada, Reno

Voices of Alzheimer's

Written by those touched by the disease, this collection of more than 50 stories recounted by the spouses, victims, caregivers, friends, and family members provides a look at their journeys and serve as a companion to those currently struggling to cope with Alzheimer’s.

"This poignant, insightful, distinctive, and informative book is highly recommended." 
Library Journal, starred review

"Will help to dispel myths about Alzheimer’s and help people who have no experience with the disease."  
The Niagara Gazette