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About Joggling Board Press

Joggling Board Press is a full-service independent publishing company based in Summerville, South Carolina. Here, the making of a book is a collaborative process, melding the minds and talents of writers, editors, artists and designers.

Since its founding in 2003, Joggling Board Press has earned the accolades of heavyweights in the industry and garnered nearly 100 top national and international awards for its titles. We don’t produce many books per year, rather we focus our energies on making books that matter, books that will endure.

As a regional press, we produce non-fiction titles that capture the history, culture and spirit of the South. Occasionally, if the right manuscript comes our way, we publish fiction. Depending on the nature of the project, we may take a traditional publishing approach or we may undertake a partnership, sponsorship or other creative arrangement.

We are a teaching press, offering new, emerging and established writers in-depth editorial reviews, as well as line edit and proofreading services. Editorial mentorships are also available.

When we are able, we host unpaid interns and apprentices looking to gain real-world experience in publishing for school credit or job training.

For queries or more information, send an email to

editor@jogglingboardpress.com

Joggling Board Press is a full-service independent publishing company based in Summerville, South Carolina. Here, the making of a book is a collaborative process, melding the minds and talents of writers, editors, artists and designers.

Since its founding in 2003, Joggling Board Press has earned the accolades of heavyweights in the industry and garnered nearly 100 top national and international awards for its titles. We don’t produce many books per year, rather we focus our energies on making books that matter, books that will endure.

As a regional press, we produce non-fiction titles that capture the history, culture and spirit of the South. Occasionally, if the right manuscript comes our way, we publish fiction. Depending on the nature of the project, we may take a traditional publishing approach or we may undertake a partnership, sponsorship or other creative arrangement.

We are a teaching press, offering new, emerging and established writers in-depth editorial reviews, as well as line edit and proofreading services. Editorial mentorships are also available.

When we are able, we host unpaid interns and apprentices looking to gain real-world experience in publishing for school credit or job training.

For queries or more information, send an email to editor@jogglingboardpress.com

NEW RELEASE!

 

CHARLESTON: The Antebellum Neighborhoods and Buildings

LIMITED EDITION

Nearly 40 years in the making, “CHARLESTON: The Antebellum Neighborhoods and Buildings” is a triumph. No other book ever produced offers such a comprehensive architectural and human history of the buildings of antebellum Charleston. This book adds significantly to the historiography of a remarkable city, celebrating 350 years since its founding.

In 1983, David Rogers traveled for the first time to Charleston, a trip that marked the beginning of his love affair with the Holy City. He bought a house south of Broad Street and, with camera in hand, began taking pictures of the grand homes and remarkable historic buildings that define the city. For almost four decades, Rogers has explored, studied and researched the built and human history of Charleston, capturing his encyclopedic understanding and base of knowledge in this 604-page book.

Organized by Charleston’s 11 original neighborhoods, the narrative describes how the environs changed over time, sometimes buoyed by growth and abundance, other times devastated by hurricanes, earthquakes, fires and war. The detailed narrative is accompanied by more than 1,000 photographs, color-coded maps and a glossary of architectural features.

Meet the architects, artisans, builders and families who called Charleston home. Journey down cobblestone streets, beyond garden walls and wrought-iron gates to great houses, grand public buildings, tenements, row houses and parks. These are the gems that have endured the ravages of time, a city that today is home to more structures from the nation’s earliest days than any other in America.

ORDER YOUR

LIMITED EDITION BOOK

NEW RELEASE!

 

CHARLESTON: The Antebellum Neighborhoods and Buildings

LIMITED EDITION

Nearly 40 years in the making, “CHARLESTON: The Antebellum Neighborhoods and Buildings” is a triumph. No other book ever produced offers such a comprehensive architectural and human history of the buildings of antebellum Charleston. This book adds significantly to the historiography of a remarkable city, celebrating 350 years since its founding.

In 1983, David Rogers traveled for the first time to Charleston, a trip that marked the beginning of his love affair with the Holy City. He bought a house south of Broad Street and, with camera in hand, began taking pictures of the grand homes and remarkable historic buildings that define the city. For almost four decades, Rogers has explored, studied and researched the built and human history of Charleston, capturing his encyclopedic understanding and base of knowledge in this 604-page book.

Organized by Charleston’s 11 original neighborhoods, the narrative describes how the environs changed over time, sometimes buoyed by growth and abundance, other times devastated by hurricanes, earthquakes, fires and war. The detailed narrative is accompanied by more than 1,000 photographs, color-coded maps and a glossary of architectural features.

Meet the architects, artisans, builders and families who called Charleston home. Journey down cobblestone streets, beyond garden walls and wrought-iron gates to great houses, grand public buildings, tenements, row houses and parks. These are the gems that have endured the ravages of time, a city that today is home to more structures from the nation’s earliest days than any other in America.

ORDER YOUR

LIMITED EDITION BOOK

COMING SOON

UNDERTONES: Gifts of a Southern Tide

This is a book soaked in salt. The seasons move through the pages, storms blow through it, and the tides rise and fall. Take a slow walk through those pages and you will see things: whelk, Spanish moss, cypress knees, a great blue heron, and the drama of salty creeks, estuaries, spartina. It is a world of movement where barnacles seethe, water pulses, shadows lengthen and nets are thrown.

See the world as Nan Young Carey and Douglas Cutting experience it this winter!

Joggling Board Press titles

Edisto River: Black Water Crown Jewel

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A Carnival of Destruction

$39.95

Chronicles of an Irreverent Reverend

$14.95

The Other Mother

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