Tuesday
Nov082016

* Michael Abraham's eighth book, Chasing the Powhatan Arrow, released

Pocahontas Press author Michael Abraham has released his eighth book, Chasing the Powhatan Arrow, a travelogue in economic geography from  Norfolk, Virginia to Cincinnati, Ohio, following the route of the former passenger railroad train of the Norfolk and Western, looking at the people, history, culture, geography, and primarily economy of the towns and cities along the way, including Norfolk, Suffolk, Petersburg, Blackstone, Crewe, Farmville, Lynchburg, Roanoke, Christiansburg, and Pearisburg in Virginia, Bluefield, Welch, Williamson, and Kenova in West Virginia, and Ironton, Portsmouth, and Cincinnati in Ohio.

Wednesday
Dec022015

* Keepers of the Tradition goes into second printing

We are delighted to announce that due to the extraordinary success of Keepers of the Tradition, a second printing has been ordered. This book continues to delight readers across the country!

Monday
Nov092015

* The Lyric Theater releases its history

Pocahontas Press is pleased to announce the release of The Lyric Theater, the Heart of Blacksburg, a history.

Thursday
Aug202015

* Michael Abraham releases fourth novel, Orange, VA

Pocahontas Press principal Michael Abraham has released his 6th book (4th in fiction) called Orange, VA. It is a story of political intrigue.

Thursday
Aug202015

* Nellie Gray Canterbury releases three books

We are pleased to announce three books by Nellie Gray Canterbury.  The first is a book of poetry entitled Rhymes and Reflections.  These poems cover a 40-year span of writing poetry to reflect on her good and bad life experiences.  Her novel, The Visit, is autobiographical in nature with two sisters sharing their parents' courtship, early marriage, and having children.  The third book is a children's book, A Dog Tale As Told by "Luey" the Beagle. This colorful book tells the tale of Luey's adventures as he is taken in by various families. But what he wants is to return to his people parents.  Does he make it?  It is illustrated by Canterbury's niece, Patricia Moye Gwinn.