We are a regional press founded by Journalists from Alaska
What we are
Since its founding in Fairbanks, Alaska in 1988, Epicenter has become the largest publisher of books about Alaska. In that time, Epicenter has published more than 100 titles covering a broad range of nonfiction touching on history, memoirs and biographies, adventure, aviation, humor, true crime, mystery and the unexplained, sled dog mushing, women's stories, Native American culture, and more.
Our Mission Statement
We are a regional press founded in Alaska whose interests included but are not limited to the arts, history, environment, diverse cultures and lifestyles of Alaska and the Pacific Northwest. We seek both the traditional and innovative high-quality trade books and occasional color gift books.
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Midnight Sun, Arctic Moon
by Mary Albanese
Price: $9.99 USD. 61090 words.
Published by Epicenter Press on April 11, 2012. .
A young upstate New York woman begins an adventure of a life-time as she moves away from her safe and conventional path. She is unable to resist the excitement and challenge of a chance to become a geological explorer in Alaska, where she maps remote wilderness areas and journeys to the depths of her own heart.
SHIPWRECKED: A Peoples' History of the Seattle Mariners
by Jon Wells
Price: $9.99 USD. 88380 words.
Published by Epicenter Press on March 14, 2012. .
This is the book baseball people are talking about. In his candid and colorful book reminiscent of "Moneyball," veteran baseball writer Jon Wells asserts that the Seattle Mariners is the only team in the American League never to have gone to the World Series due to its years of mismanagement and obsessively putting profits before pennants.
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