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AIR DATE: April 30, 2004

Many types of writers are jumping off into publishing whether as freelancers for short pieces or even as authors. As unlikely as some might find it, we have two book publishing houses, Huntington Press and Stephens Press, right here in Las Vegas. How did that come to be and how does it work? We spoke with the publishers: first Anthony Curtis from Huntington Press and then Carolyn Uber of Stephens Press for their overview.
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