Unlimited Publishing LLC is proud to publish books from many widely published writers,
and in collaboration with other book publishers, commercial and nonprofit institutions
Their quality is clearly demonstrated by coverage from major broadcast and print media
coast to coast; numerous literary award nominations; solid book reviews from professional
journals and leading book industry publications; and growing revenues from translations,
audio and reprint rights worldwide.
The examples below, to cite just a few, prove that print-on-demand books can be
competitive with those from major conventional publishers. We urge you to compare
UP books with those from other POD book publishers and leading traditional book publishing
houses. Decide for yourself whether UP books meet (or beat) the standards of others.
Winner of the 1986 Western States Book Award, The Seventh Dragon by
Anita S. Sullivan garnered widespread praise from major media including
National Public Radio, The New York Times and others. "This work of
high originality rekindles our sense of life’s rich mystery," wrote
Library Journal. The new UP edition has been updated and includes
illustrations, bibliography and index.
The Tallest Tower: Eiffel and the Belle Epoque by veteran international journalist Joseph Harriss
was originally published by Houghton Mifflin. It is widely considered the definitive
history of the world's most famous landmark. "...Written with wit and charm..." said
The Los Angeles Times; "An interesting story interestingly told, and as such it is welcome..."
wrote The New York Times. The new UP edition renews a classic book for a new generation of readers.
Child Safety 101 by international celebrity bodyguard Benny Mares
was published by UP in 2004. In 2006, Business Sha, a major publisher in
Japan, acquired translation rights with a substantial advance. An initial
printing of 7,000 copies was released, with an option for additional
printings up to 20,000 units. The author and UP will share up to 8% of revenues.
The Heroin Solution by Arnold S. Trebach was originally
published by Yale University Press. The 2006 second edition from UP can reopen
a dialogue between policy makers and health professionals about the worldwide
drug crisis. Trebach is also author of The Great Drug War, formerly
from Macmillan and recently updated by UP. "Eloquent and persuasive" said The New York Times;
"A Blockbuster," wrote Publishers Weekly.
The Josephson Institute of Ethics and Unlimited Publishing LLC are proud
to co-publish a new edition of The Power of Character, an exceptional
collection of essays about character from 41 of the country's most distinguished
leaders, formerly from Jossey-Bass, an imprint of John Wiley and Sons.
Contributors include Harvard's Alan M. Dershowitz; best selling author Daniel
Goleman; CBS's Dan Rather; no-nonsense radio host Dr. Laura Schlessinger;
spiritual leader Marianne Williamson and many more.
This is a light-hearted guide to parenting teens, co-authored by one of the nation's most widely recognized authorities on family matters.
It has been highlighted by major media coast-to-coast, including The Early Show on CBS, Good Morning America on ABC, Time Magazine, Newsday, Martha Stewart Living Radio and many others.
A remarkable new guide to parenting, from the author of Times Square Rabbi: Finding
the Hope in Lost Kids' Lives, formerly from Hazelden Publishing, updated by UP in 2002.
Rabbi, accredited teacher and therapist Yehuda Fine
is known as America's most streetwise family and teen expert. He conducts seminars for
schools, parent groups, social service agencies, youth groups, hospitals, recovery
centers and social workers. He is also a popular guest on talk radio and TV nationwide,
and a frequent contributor to a variety of magazines and newspapers.
Older Couples: New Couplings by Edith Ankersmit Kemp and Jerrold E. Kemp,
was originally published by UP in 2001. Rights were subsequently acquired by
Ten Speed Press, the respected publisher of worldwide bestseller What Color
is your Parachute? It is now distributed in the U.S. by Celestial Arts;
in Canada by Ten Speed Canada, in the U.K. by Airlift Books, in South Africa by
Real Books, in New Zealand by Southern Publishers Group, in Southeast Asia by
Berkeley Books, and in Australia by Simon & Schuster Australia.