Estuary Press Book Store Publications
The Estuary Press Book Store now has six books you can explore by clicking in the array of images below.
Nicaragua Way, a novel by Nina Serrano, tells the story of Lorna Almendros, a San Francisco Nicaraguan-American poet, passionately engaged in supporting revolutionary struggles in Latin America and the Sandinista solidarity movement in the U.S. Nicaragua Way follows Lorna, a single mother, searching for her roots, raising a daughter, falling in love, while facing deaths, griefs, intrigues, and her fears of menopause, empty nest blues, and aging. Through it all, she writes poems.
Critical Focus, the Black and White Photographs of Harvey Wilson Richards by Paul Richards is the first book published by Estuary Press back in 1987. In 2014 it became available as an eBook with added links to the photo galleries and documentary films in the Harvey Richards Media Archive.
Heart Songs, the Collected Poems of Nina Serrano 1969-1979 is an eBook re-issue of the 1980 book published by Pocho-Che in San Francisco.
Heart’s Journey, Selected Poems 1980-1999 is available in print and eBook formats.
The 1980 Nicaraguan Program of Economic Reactivation for the Benefit of the People is a historic document from the Nicaraguan Sandinista Revolution that analyses the economic realities of Nicaragua in 1980, including the legacy of Somoza’s dictatorship along with a plan to rebuild the economy. This book is an in-depth statistical study defining a revolutionary moment in Nicaraguan history when inequality was overthrown and a new vision of economic life seemed possible.
Refusenik: The poems in Refusenik are: Oakland, Equipment USA, Secrets in my neighborhood, Peanut, Cold War, Refusenik, Bedwetting, Predilection for Dereliction, and Mornings.
About Estuary Press: Estuary Press is the publisher of Nicaragua Way by Nina Serrano and Heart Suite, a trilogy of three books of poetry by Nina Serrano. It is also the home of the Harvey Richards Media Archive, a repository of photography and video documentaries of the social change and political movements during the 1960s and 1970s. Contact Paul Richards (510) 967 5577, firstname.lastname@example.org or visit estuarypress.com for more details.
MEDIA – For photos & interviews: Paul Richards (510) 967 5577; email@example.com