Sansing’s ‘Mississippi Governors’ named 2016 Foreword INDIES Book of the Year awards finalist
Nautilus Publishing recently announced that David Sansing’s bicentennial book, “Mississippi Governors: Soldiers Statesmen Scholars Scoundrels,” has been recognized as a finalist in the 19th annual Foreword INDIES Book of the Year Awards.
As part of their mission to discover the best books from small, university, and indie publishers, Foreword Reviews hosts its annual awards program each year. Finalists were narrowed down by editors from over 2,200 individual titles.
“Choosing finalists for the INDIES is always the highlight of our year, but the choice was more difficult this time around due to the high quality of submissions,” said Victoria Sutherland, publisher of Foreword Reviews.
Neil White, Creative Director and Publisher at Nautilus Publishing, said, “David Sansing is one of Mississippi’s greatest living historians, and we are proud to have published this book as part of Mississippi’s bicentennial celebration.”
The 240-page, full-color coffee-table book retails for $38. Two hundred leather-bound, numbered, and signed copies are available at $200 each. The book is on sale at bookstores throughout the state, as well as at www.NautilusPublishing.com.
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