National Paddling Film Festival

It is going to be wet and wild in Frankfurt, Kentucky  this weekend  as some of the coolest kayakers and canoe paddlers plunge into town for the annual National Paddling Film Festival. The weekend is loaded with events, demos, games and a huge party. All...

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Great Review of New Cycling Book

The folks over at active.com have taken notice of Patrick Brady's latest book The No-Drop Zone. You can believe that the people behind that site know their stuff. The book is written with the new cyclist in mind, addressing the fact: you may have an expensive bike...

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Menasha Publisher Bob Sehlinger Interview

Bob Sehlinger has been in the travel publishing business for almost 30 years and authored 27 books during that time. He is also the one we call "boss" around here at the Menasha Ridge Press offices. Bob is always one of three places: traveling some...

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2012 Catalog is here!

It's here! The 2012 Keen Catalog featuring all of the newest titles from Menasha Ridge Press, Wilderness Press and Clerisy Press. Give any of the imprints a call to get a copy or click here to download a PDF of the entire catalog right now....

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Outdoor Retailer 2012

The Outdoor Retailer Winter Market kicks off on January 19th and we'll be there! Stop by booth 32080 to order books, maps, ask questions, get the inside scoop on our new partnership with ViewRanger or just say 'hi'! This is going to be a great year...

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Colin and Julie Angus Video

World traveling adventure authors Colin and Julie Angus are the subject of a fantastic video interview produced by Ontario-based TVCOGECO. The video shows many clips taken during their successful trip of circling the globe, using only human powered machines. It also profiles their latest adventure of...

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Mount Greylock – Inspired Moby Dick?

Here is an interesting post from one of our networked authors. You can read more by Ron Chase on his blog Chase Outdoors. Mount Greylock - Inspired Moby Dick? Hundreds, perhaps thousands, hike to the top of Mount Greylock, Massachusetts highpoint, each year.  Few, if any, realize that this...

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We have a 2009 National Outdoor Book Award Winner!

We got the news last week, when the 2009 National Book Awards were announced and we saw that William Nealy's (destined-to-be-a-classic) Kayak: The New Frontier took home the top prize in the "Classic Category". It's a great honor to have this one-of-a-kind book get the...

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