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LATEST NEWS

Our New Publication Schedule

Because of the disruption that is now taking place across the globe, we are announcing a new publication schedule: Killed in Brazil?: The Mysterious Death of Arturo Gatti Jimmy Tobin New date: June 20, 2020 (previously April 2020) BUNDINI: Don’t Believe The Hype Todd D. Snyder No Change: August 25, 2020 Macho Time: The Meteoric Rise and Tragic Fall of Hector Camacho Christian Giudice New date: October 20, 2020 (previously May 2020) A Fistful of Murder: The Fights and Crimes of Carlos Monzon Don Stradley No Change: October 27, 2020 (Low)life: A Memoir of Jazz, Fight-Fixing, and The Mob Charles Farrell New Date: January 12, 2021 (previously July 2020) Shot at a Brothel: The Spectacular Demise of Oscar “Ringo” Bonavena Patrick

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T.J. English Discusses Gangsters and Boxing

Best-selling author T.J. English joins the Hannibal Boxing Podcast to talk about his complex relationship with being a long-time fan of boxing, and how the worlds of gangsters and boxers have intersected in the United States. English is the author of the best-selling books The Westies, Paddy Whacked, Havana Nocturne, and many other compelling true crime books. He contributed the foreword to Don Stradley’s Slaughter in the Streets: When Boston Became Boxing’s Murder Capital.

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A Literary Way of Life: Spotlight on New England

The following is an excerpt from A Literary Way of Life: Spotlight on New England, by Alex Green, Publishers Weekly: Across the city at Hamilcar Publications, that closeness is incubating a new publishing house, and it’s no accident. Cofounder Kyle Sarofeen’s entire career has been in New England publishing, including roles at Elsevier, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Quarto, and Pearson. When Sarofeen and his partner, Andy Komack, decided to launch a new press in 2018 with a focus on boxing, they didn’t think twice about where to do it. “I was born in a place where all these publishing houses are,” says Sarofeen, who grew up north of Boston. “Some people come from other places to work in publishing

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LATEST NEWS

Our New Publication Schedule

Because of the disruption that is now taking place across the globe, we are announcing a new publication schedule: Killed in Brazil?: The Mysterious Death of Arturo Gatti Jimmy Tobin New date: June 20, 2020 (previously April 2020) BUNDINI: Don’t Believe The Hype Todd D. Snyder No Change: August 25, 2020 Macho Time: The Meteoric Rise and Tragic Fall of Hector Camacho Christian Giudice New date: October 20, 2020 (previously May 2020) A Fistful of Murder: The Fights and Crimes of Carlos Monzon Don Stradley No Change: October 27, 2020 (Low)life: A Memoir of Jazz, Fight-Fixing, and The Mob Charles Farrell New Date: January 12, 2021 (previously July 2020) Shot at a Brothel: The Spectacular Demise of Oscar “Ringo” Bonavena Patrick Connor New

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T.J. English Discusses Gangsters and Boxing

Best-selling author T.J. English joins the Hannibal Boxing Podcast to talk about his complex relationship with being a long-time fan of boxing, and how the worlds of gangsters and boxers have intersected in the United States. English is the author of the best-selling books The Westies, Paddy Whacked, Havana Nocturne, and many other compelling true crime books. He contributed the foreword to Don Stradley’s Slaughter in the Streets: When Boston Became Boxing’s Murder Capital.

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A Literary Way of Life: Spotlight on New England

The following is an excerpt from A Literary Way of Life: Spotlight on New England, by Alex Green, Publishers Weekly: Across the city at Hamilcar Publications, that closeness is incubating a new publishing house, and it’s no accident. Cofounder Kyle Sarofeen’s entire career has been in New England publishing, including roles at Elsevier, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Quarto, and Pearson. When Sarofeen and his partner, Andy Komack, decided to launch a new press in 2018 with a focus on boxing, they didn’t think twice about where to do it. “I was born in a place where all these publishing houses are,” says Sarofeen, who grew up north of Boston. “Some people come from other places to work in publishing here, but

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