The sad, tender, and extremely funny memoir of a boyhood few thought he would survive, including the unforgettable mother and hilarious grandmother who raised him.
Everything readers love about consummate storyteller and beloved bestselling novelist Wayne Johnston’s work is on full display in Jennie’s Boy: incredible characters, brilliant language, and a deep sense of place.
An uplifting journey of truly seeing and appreciating what makes life worth living in the year following a terminal diagnosis.
Goodbye to Clocks Ticking is an unforgettable book that tells the story of a singular year of challenges, insights, and peculiar gifts. It is also a sort of postcard from a place many of will one day visit.
Real life is different from what gets depicted on procedural crime dramas.
Equipped with a journalist’s eye, a paramedic’s experience and a sardonic wit, Bruce Goldfarb spent ten years with Maryland’s Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, where every sudden or unattended death in the state is scrutinized.
“Forbes’ clear, honest, and inspiring memoir proves she is a champion for herself and the struggle against mass incarceration and recidivism.” is just a little of what ALA’s Booklist has to say about our newest release. Read the rest of what they say HERE.
Since 1994, Steerforth Press has sought to publish books that are written well, intended to engage the full attention of the reader, and have something new or important to say.
In 2020, Steerforth Press launched Truth to Power Books: investigative journalism, iconoclastic histories, and personal accounts that are nuanced, thoughtful, and reliable — qualities at a premium in the Internet age — and that inform through storytelling, not argument.