Unlimited Publishing LLC specializes in bringing back out of print books originally
released by some of the world's most well known book publishers, and in publishing
new books by professional writers. UP currently offers more than 300 titles, most
in both printed and digital formats, to a truly worldwide audience.
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. Don't take our word for it; please click
HERE for documented reports.
A handful of examples appear below; the list is rotated periodically for your reading pleasure. Enjoy!
The Tallest Tower: Eiffel and the Belle Epoque by veteran international journalist Joseph Harriss
was originally published by Houghton Mifflin. Updated by UP, 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.
The Man Who Was Cyrano is the first full-length biography of Edmond Rostand in English. Written for those who love
Cyrano de Bergerac, it throws new light on the origins of his most famous play.
This book also introduces readers to his other plays, such as Chantecler, thought
by some to be his masterpiece. Author Sue Lloyd is known as an editor of the
worldwide bestseller, Rogetís Thesaurus and other word books from Longman English Guides.
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.
Winner of the 1986 Western States Book Award, The Seventh Dragon by
Anita T. 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 lifeís rich mystery," wrote
Library Journal. The new UP edition has been updated and includes
illustrations, bibliography and index.
Make Your Vocation Your Vacation was authored by John J. Liptak, Ed.D.,
an internationally-recognized author who has more than twenty years of work
experience providing career counseling services. In addition, John has published
seven other career-related books. His work has been featured by the Associated
Press, in numerous newspapers including the Washington Post, Tampa Bay Times,
and The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, and he has appeared on MSNBC television and CNN
Radio, as well as the PAX/ION television series "Success without a College Degree."
Take Out Your Nose Ring, Honey, We're Going to Grandma's!
is a light-hearted guide to parenting teens, co-authored by one of the nation's
most widely recognized authorities on family matters, Carleton Kendrick. He has
been a popular guest of 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, too numerous to list here.
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.
Beijing Journal by veteran network TV broadcaster Mark L. Butler,
winner of multiple Grammy and Emmy awards, reveals
exciting behind-the-scenes action at the 2008 Olympics. It is also a remarkable
feat of sports journalism, powered by new technologies: Butler sent
daily e-mail updates and pictures from Beijing to UP. One-by-one they were compiled
into this book, which was published while the Games were still in progress!
This was the first time in history that a book length account of the Olympics was
available in print before the closing ceremonies.
Children from the Hills: The Life and Work of Ada Walter Shulz is the definitive
biography of a noted Indiana painter of the early 20th century. It was written by Rachel
Berenson Perry, curator emeritus of the Indiana State Museum and author of scholarly
books about art from Indiana University Press and other academic publishers. Available
in hardback, paperback and e-Book formats, it was re-issued in 2013.
A co-publication of UP and Harvardwood,
a unique Hollywood based organization of Harvard-connected people in the arts, media and entertainment
worlds, Lawyers, Law and Social Change by widely-published legal theorist Steve Bachmann was
expanded and updated in 2012. Bachmann's many books and law review articles have been widely assigned
in law school classes over the years. Now available in paperback and Kindle formats worldwide, it is
an insightful collection of essays from a prominent activist lawyer.
A remarkable collection of uniquely American images from photojournalist
Douglas K. Warner. Whether you are a fine art aficionado, a travel buff,
or simply enjoy the vast diversity of Americans in all walks of life,
this debut collection is a tour de force from a fresh new face in the
world of professional photography.