Some Jorvik Press titles in development:
Jorvik Press author Dr. Ronald Manheimer is adding the finishing touches to his new book on how philosophy and life experience intersect and interact, titled Growing Up Existentially. Due out Fall 2017.
Hunger was the name of a Portland, Oregon rock band in the 1960s that was adopted by The Doors, launched in Los Angeles and stood on the edge of stardom – until it all came tumbling down. A band member and co-writer tell the fascinating story in Strictly from Hunger, due out early 2018.
Girls without Daddies: Filling the Void of a Fatherless Childhood, a new title from a Portland-area author, is a guide to overcoming the obstacles many young women face – written by a successful business executive who has been there.
A new edition of the classic 1970 documentary BAMN (By Any Means Necessary): Outlaw Manifestos and Ephemera, 1965-70. This forthcoming third edition, available as a trade paperback and eBook, is revised, edited and reformatted, with a new introduction by the editors, Peter Stansill and David Zane Mairowitz.