University of Toledo Press
The mission of the University of Toledo Press is to publish professional quality books with relevance to general readers in Toledo, Northwest Ohio, and the Western Lake Erie region. The UT Press will read and consider for publication manuscripts that investigate, highlight, and celebrate the unique identity of our region’s communities, institutions, and individuals. It will consider scholarly and general nonfiction, photography or poetry manuscripts. It will also consider manuscripts by writers with a biographical connection to the region.
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Price: $13.65 John Justus at Indian Ridge
Our first audio media project—a compact disc titled John Justus at Indian Ridge. More Info >>
Price: $20.00 Leading Economic Development: A Toolkit for Public Officials and Civic Leaders
The book lays the groundwork for newcomers... or leaders...More Info >>
Price: $22.95 Can I Get A Witness
John Rockwood was there with his fast shutter: a line-up of guitars on the long-gone urinals of the Toledo Sports Arena...More Info >>
Price: $22.95 American Originals: Northwest Ohio's Polish Community at Home, Work, Worship, and Play
... is another in a series of books examining Toledo's ethnic heritage published ...More Info >>
Price: $22.95 Arab Americans In Toledo
Toledo’s Arab American experience is a great American story of an ethnic community finding fertile soil, sinking roots and flourishing.More Info >>
Price: $14.95 Hungarian American Toledo
In 1892, the National Malleable Castings Company of Cleveland, Ohio, transferred approximately 200 Hungarian workers from its home foundry to a newly built East Toledo site.More Info >>
Price: $24.95 30 Below on Christmas Eve
The companion book to "What a Time It Was." Army veteran Andrew Fisher has returned to share the experience of those locals who served in the Korean War.More Info >>
Price: $14.95 Creating the Future
The essays and public addresses that make up Creating the Future trace the development of Lloyd Jacobs’ vision for the University of Toledo ...More Info >>
Price: $10.00 Blue
The first in a series of UT Press poetry chapbook releases, Blue by Laurie Rosenblatt captures the twisting emotions of celebrating life as you see it start to decay.More Info >>