A refugee from civil war in Central America becomes the leader of a gang “clique” in Los Angeles. An American girl falls in love with him and follows him back to El Salvador after he’s deported. 90,000 words. Find out more.
An indie publishing venture started by Potter Wickware in November, 2013 to publish and promote books and other productions by himself and others. Rolling Circle Press print books are distributed by CreateSpace, a division of Amazon. Our e-books are distributed by Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Smashwords, and Kobo. For more information contact Rolling Circle Press.
The 1970’s. Alaska. Seward’s seven-million dollar folly has become the site of a project costing more than eight billion dollars—the Trans-Alaska Pipeline. Snaking 798 miles across the state, it transports up to two million barrels of crude oil a day from Prudhoe Bay on the Arctic Ocean to Valdez in the south. The magnitude of its construction was heroic—comparable to that of the Suez and Panama canals—and it employed more than 100,000 workers in various trades from all over the world. Find out more.