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 regionís 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.

Current Publications

  • Creating the Future
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    Creating the Future

    Dr. Lloyd A. Jacobs

    The essays and public addresses that make up Creating the Future trace the development of Lloyd Jacobsí vision for the University of Toledo from its merger with the Medical University of Ohio in 2006 through 2012.More Info >>

  • With Whom Shall I Talk In the Dead of Night
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    With Whom Shall I Talk In the Dead of Night

    Dr. S. Amjad Hussain

    With Whom Shall I Talk in the Dead of Night is a collection of letters written by Dr. S. Amjad Hussain following the death of his beloved wife Dottie.

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  • With Whom Shall I Talk in the Dead of Night - Digital
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    With Whom Shall I Talk in the Dead of Night - Digital

    Dr. S. Amjad Hussain

    Digital e-book of With Whom Shall I Talk in the Dead of Night, a collection of letters written by Dr. S. Amjad Hussain following the death of his beloved wife Dottie.

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  • Arab Americans In Toledo
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    Arab Americans In Toledo

    Samir Abu-Absi, editor

    Toledoís Arab American experience is a great American story of an ethnic community finding fertile soil, sinking roots and flourishing. This has been the story of ethnic groups whose American experience...More Info >>

  • Some Women Howl
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    Some Women Howl

    Star Bowers

    Star Bowers lives in Toledo. Given economic reality, she, like so many poets from the urban, industrial Midwest, has adapted to living on the margins.More Info >>

  • What A Time It Was
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    What A Time It Was

    Andrew Fisher

    Army veteran Andrew Fisher has compiled and edited a book based on some of the Veterans’ History Project interviews that are archived in the Ward M. Canaday Center of the University of Toledo’s Carlson Library.

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  • All Cool
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    All Cool

    Nick Muska

    Global traveler and inveterate bohemian hipster, Nick Muska's poems reach across boundaries of content and form to include roughly spoken, joyful poems of place and kinship and cadenced, bluesy songs of work and labor.More Info >>

  • The Land of the Three Miamis
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    The Land of the Three Miamis

    Barbara Alice Mann

    Land of the Three Miamis is different from Barbara Mannís long list of previous publications on Native American history and culture in that there are not pages of copious footnotes to back up her assertions and arguments.More Info >>

  • The Essential Big Red
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    The Essential Big Red

    Lynne Walker

    The Essential Big Red: Selected Poems by Lynne Walker (143 pages) is a selection of the work of a Toledo-based writer whose poems chronicle her life from her childhood in the "Dogpatch" area of Sylvania...More Info >>

  • The Irish in Toledo
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    The Irish in Toledo

    Seamus Metress and Molly Schiever

    The Irish in Toledo: History and Memoryis the story of the devastation and rebirth of a people and their culture—the bitter destruction of the Irish in their own country...More Info >>

  • Glass Will: An Anthology of Toledo Writers
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    Glass Will: An Anthology of Toledo Writers

    Joel Lipman

    Since its 1986 publication, GLASS WILL has grown steadily in reputation as a comprehensive anthology of Toledo area poetry during the later decades...More Info >>

  • Hungarian American Toledo
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    Hungarian American Toledo

    Thomas E. Barden and John Ahern

    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 >>

  • I'll Take You There
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    I'll Take You There

    Matthew A. Donahue

    In this history in words and pictures, Donahue explores one of America's unique African-American Cultural Centers, Hines Farm, located in a rural African-American enclave...More Info >>

  • From Institutions to Independence
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    From Institutions to Independence

    Barbara L. Floyd, editor

    Professor Floyd's book is an important contribution to our understanding of the need to include those members of our community who live with disabilities.

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  • A Community of Scholars: Recollections of the Early Years of the Medical College of Ohio
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    A Community of Scholars: Recollections of the Early Years of the Medical College of Ohio

  • The Calling
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    The Calling

    Blair Grubb, MD

    Dr. Blair Grubb shares stories that deal with the uniquely intimate relationship between patients and their physicians.More Info >>

  • 30 Below on Christmas Eve
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    30 Below on Christmas Eve

    Andrew Fisher

    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.

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  • Blue
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    Blue

    Laurie Rosenblatt

    NEW!

    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.

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