Search Results: 'Old Capital Press'

Search

×
×
×
×
7 results for "Old Capital Press"
818: A Collection of Miscellaneous Works By Barry Reese et al.
Paperback: $15.00
Prints in 3-5 business days
In the Dewey Decimal Classification System, 818 is reserved for “miscellaneous American writings” in the Sub-Class of Literature. Presented here are the miscellaneous writings of several... More > library staff members from libraries in Georgia. Some are published for the first time, while others are veterans of the printed word. Either way, you're sure to be delighted by the miscellanea of “818.”< Less
Age Verification Required
Damnation Hospital By Peter G. Cranford & Lois W. Lane
Paperback: $19.99
Prints in 3-5 business days
Collected in this book are the two most exhaustive looks at Central State’s early history. "But for the Grace of God" by Peter Cranford and "Posey with the Insane and Sane"... More > by Lois Lane were long out of print before Old Capital Press brought them back in 2008/09. The response was phenomenal. It soon became obvious that there existed an undercurrent of curiosity about the Hospital and its inner workings. Realizing that many people would like to have a keepsake edition collecting both works into one volume, the decision to issue Damnation Hospital was an easy one. If this is your first visit to the world of Damnation Hospital, prepare for an in-depth (and unflinching) look at electro-shock therapy, hermaphrodites, sinister motives and illicit sex.< Less
“Mirror of Literature” Journal: Illustrated & Selected Whole Literature Journals & Essays & Added Biographical Memoirs & Sketches (Volume I-XXV) By Various
eBook (ePub): $19.76
While the Mirror was not the first cheap miscellany to be published in Britain, it was the first to achieve significant and lasting success, becoming an emblem of and inspiration for first wave of... More > cheap journalism in 1820s. It was projected by John Limbird (1796?–1883), a small-time bookseller and stationer in Strand, whose involvement with the radical press meant that he had witnessed at close quarters the staggering success enjoyed by the unprecedentedly cheap twopenny edition of William Cobbett's Weekly Political Register, issued from November 1816. Cobbett's 'two-penny trash' reportedly sold up to 70,000 copies per week; following government's suppression of such radical political journals in 1819, Limbird was one of a number of publishers and editors who sought to capitalize on format to produce a cheap apolitical miscellany A large readership. e-Book Project publishes for you, reading easy readable, first time, all journals, in form of whole ebook formatted, into THREE VOLUME, This is FIRST..< Less
“Mirror of Literature” Journal: Illustrated & Selected Whole Literature Journals & Essays & Added Biographical Memoirs & Sketches (Volume XXVI-L) By Various
eBook (ePub): $19.76
While the Mirror was not the first cheap miscellany to be published in Britain, it was the first to achieve significant and lasting success, becoming an emblem of and inspiration for first wave of... More > cheap journalism in 1820s. It was projected by John Limbird (1796?–1883), a small-time bookseller and stationer in Strand, whose involvement with the radical press meant that he had witnessed at close quarters the staggering success enjoyed by the unprecedentedly cheap twopenny edition of William Cobbett's Weekly Political Register, issued from November 1816. Cobbett's 'two-penny trash' reportedly sold up to 70,000 copies per week; following government's suppression of such radical political journals in 1819, Limbird was one of a number of publishers and editors who sought to capitalize on format to produce a cheap apolitical miscellany A large readership. e-Book Project publishes for you, reading easy readable, first time, all journals, in form of whole ebook formatted, into THREE VOLUME, This is SECOND..< Less
Advanced Adventures #25: Beneath the Heart of Empire By Benton Wilson
eBook (PDF): $7.00
Beneath the Heart of Empire is an OSRIC(tm) module designed for 6-10 adventures of levels 3-5. The capital of the Venirian Empire has been re-located back to Venir, and a thriving city has been... More > built above the swallowed ruins of the old city. Various connections to the old city can be found in the sewers, cellars, and other underground portions of the rebuilt city of Venir, and adventurers frequently plumb these depths in search of the secrets and treasures of the empire’s glory days. What lurks beneath the Heart of Empire? If you enjoy this adventure, look for future releases in the Advanced Adventures line from Expeditious Retreat Press.< Less
Advanced Adventures #25: Beneath the Heart of Empire By Benton Wilson
Paperback: $12.00
Prints in 3-5 business days
Beneath the Heart of Empire is an OSRIC(tm) module designed for 6-10 adventures of levels 3-5. The capital of the Venirian Empire has been re-located back to Venir, and a thriving city has been... More > built above the swallowed ruins of the old city. Various connections to the old city can be found in the sewers, cellars, and other underground portions of the rebuilt city of Venir, and adventurers frequently plumb these depths in search of the secrets and treasures of the empire’s glory days. What lurks beneath the Heart of Empire? If you enjoy this adventure, look for future releases in the Advanced Adventures line from Expeditious Retreat Press< Less