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Cold Harbor to the Crater – Book Give Away!

Screen Shot 2015-10-01 at 12.43.40 PMHey – well the deed is done…as promised, Julio has picked a winner from all the Facebook shares and Twitter RTs.  Check it out the prize winning action!

This book, edited by Gary W. Gallagher and Caroline E. Janney features essays from yours truly as well as these great historians: Keith S. Bohannon, Stephen Cushman, Robert E. L. Krick, Kevin M. Levin, Kathryn Shively Meier, Gordon C. Rhea, and Joan Waugh.

If you were not the lucky winner – I suggest you click HERE and get your copy right away. You’ll be pleased I am certain.

Thanks for participating! And stay tuned…you never know what I am going to give away next.

With compliments,

Keith

Happy New Year!

Screen Shot 2014-12-31 at 11.53.39 AMAnd alas we have reached the end of another year. I hope your 2014 was a smashing success. Here in Hollywood, this year saw the publication of my first book, Across the Bloody Chasm and the launch of my monthly web-journal, The Americanist Independent. I guess I could say that 2014 was a spectacular year.

What’s on the agenda for 2015? Well, I’ve got an essay coming up in a book on the 1864 Overland Campaign edited by Caroline E. Janney and Gary W. Gallagher – it should be out in spring. And of course the journal is still on point. Also, I am working on a book tentatively titled, An American Racist: D. W. Griffith and the Making of the Birth of a Nation. I hope to have it done by summer. Expect some surprises.

I wish you all the very best in the upcoming year! My advice: strive for excellence, do something exceptional, and kick some serious ass.

With compliments,

Keith