A Daughter’s Memoir of Failed Rescues

Haunting, beautiful, this is a story of love and loss told by Kimball Converse Pier, Ph.D., a depth psychologist and psychotherapist, whose childhood was shadowed and brightened by a mother’s wild life and maybe more even by that mother’s wild love of life. Read more about this new memoir, just...

Lucky Bat Books Publishes Poetry by Janis Ian

We all know Janis Ian as an internationally famous songwriter and performer, but she’s been showing us over the last several years that she is also multi-talented. At about the time she was writing At Seventeen, for which she won her first Grammy, she was also writing poetry; she had been since she...

David Antonuccio, PhD

David O. Antonuccio received his B.A. (1975) in psychology (honors) and economics from Stanford University. He received his M.A. (1979) and Ph.D. (1980) in Clinical Psychology from the University of Oregon. He is a Professor Emeritus in the Dept. of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of...

What We Learned in 2012 – For a Happy 2013

Publishing Notes from the Lucky Bat Books Team We’re approaching the end of a year, beginning of a new one, and what did we learn in 2012? What’s going to matter in 2013? It takes a team—a highly professional and accomplished team—to create a successful Lucky Bat Books. When Cindie and I...

Maxmizing the Potential of Digital: Two Case Studies

by Cindie Geddes. An ebook is more than a digital representation of a print book. Let me take that back; an ebook CAN be more than a digital representation of a print book. Sure, you can take the same file you’re going to use for your print book, run it through any of a number of conversion programs and...