Snakes… My Favorite Animal

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By Sam Levitz, Assistant Managing Editor
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The summer of 2014 was my last summer working as a camp counselor. I had been working the gig for seven years at this point and I was a pro at getting kids involved in the different camp activities. Kids … Read More

THE VIEW FROM THE O-LINE

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By Sports Publishing, an imprint of Skyhorse Publishing

Howard Mudd was an All-Pro and All- Decade right guard for the San Francisco Forty Niners in the 1960’s. He went on to become one of the most respected offensive line coaches in the game from 1974 to 2012. From … Read More

Snowden Book Launch

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By Amy Singh, Editorial Assistant

On Friday, September 16, Skyhorse Publishing celebrated the launch of SNOWDEN: Official Motion Picture Edition, the official movie-tie book by Oliver Stone. Publisher Tony Lyons hosted the party to celebrate this exciting new book, and also celebrated Stone’s birthday! Released … Read More

Globalization is the Issue

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By Edward Goldberg, Author

This article was extracted and edited from Edward Goldberg’s piece in the Huffington Post and Real Clear World. It was even made more obvious at Monday night’s debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump that globalization—an issue too hard to … Read More

GIVEAWAY!

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To celebrate the launch of our Pokémon GO inspired books, we are giving away some exclusive keychains made specifically for our Pokémon GO books!* One lucky winner will also get a copy of Mini Hacks for Pokémon GO Players! Be … Read More

The Comic Strip Celebrates LAUGHING LEGENDS

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By Jeffrey Gurian, Author

This article was extracted and edited from TheInterroBang.com. In 1976, the Comic Strip opened its doors on the Upper East Side on 2nd Avenue at 82nd street.  Forty years later, the Strip is the oldest continuously running club in New York … Read More

I Am and Have Always Been a Bookworm

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By Sarah Jones, Author Liaison

My first day of training in Skyhorse’s New York office, I felt immediately at home among the thousands of books surrounding me. I am and have always been a bookworm, so to work in an environment in which I am … Read More

Why I Think Skyhorse is Successful

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By Steven Sussman, Sales Director

In my 40 year plus career in publishing, I have been witness to many publishing milestones and changes along the way… Buy me a coffee and I’d be happy to expound upon these events. But I’m not here to reminisce. I’m … Read More

A Decade at Skyhorse

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By Abigail Gehring, Associate Publisher and Editorial Director, Cooking & Lifestyle

I almost missed my opportunity to join Skyhorse. It was just over ten years ago, and I was living in Newark, New Jersey, in a half finished kitchen—I kept my clothes in the cabinets over the sink and spackled wallboard … Read More

Publishing is a People Business

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By Mark Gompertz, Group Editorial Director

As I walk around the Skyhorse Publishing offices it is certainly encouraging to see the intense concentration of people working at their desktops. I’m certainly no luddite and can often be seen typing away at my keyboard just like everyone … Read More

Happy Beer Lover’s Day!

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With fall right around the corner, people are getting excited for Octoberfest, football tailgates, and pumpkin beer. So, in honor of National Beer Lover’s Day, we are sharing a recipe from one of our favorite beer books Beer Makes Everything … Read More

The Night Chris Rock Got Discovered

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By Jeffrey Gurian, Author

Please join us in welcoming our new guest blogger, author and comedian Jeffrey Gurian! Here’s one of his (countless) crazy stories. It was 1986, and Eddie Murphy was the biggest movie star in the world because of his leading role … Read More