Hamilcar Publications

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Hamilcar Publications
Hamilcar Publications Logo.jpg
Parent companyHannibal Boxing Media LLC
Founded2018
Country of originUnited States
Headquarters locationBoston, Massachusetts
DistributionTwo Rivers Distribution, an Ingram Content Group company
Key peopleKyle Sarofeen, Publisher
Andy Komack, Managing Director
Nonfiction topicsBoxing, true crime, hip-hop
Official websitehamilcarpubs.com

Hamilcar Publications is a Boston-based book publisher[1] and a division of Hannibal Boxing Media LLC.[2] Founded in 2018 by Kyle Sarofeen and Andy Komack,[3][4][5] Hamilcar's titles focus on professional boxing, true crime, and hip-hop.

Hamilcar Publications is a member of the Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA),[4] New England Independent Booksellers Association (NEIBA),[6] and Independent Publishers of New England (IPNE).[7]

Books and authors[edit]

Title Author(s) Year Series
Off the Ropes: The Ron Lyle Story[8] Candace Toft, foreword by Al Berstein 2018
Dark Trade: Lost in Boxing[9][10] Donald McRae 2019
Jacobs Beach: The Mob, the Garden & the Golden Age of Boxing[11] Kevin Mitchell, foreword by Mike Stanton 2019
Berserk: The Shocking Life and Death of Edwin Valero[12] Don Stradley[13] 2019 Hamilcar Noir #1
The Ghost of Johnny Tapia[14] Paul Zanon with Teresa Tapia, foreword by Sammy Hagar 2019 Hamilcar Noir #2
Slaughter in the Streets: When Boston Became Boxing's Murder Capital[15] Don Stradley, foreword by T.J. English 2020 Hamilcar Noir #3
Sporting Blood: Tales from the Dark Side of Boxing[16][17] Carlos Acevedo,[18] foreword by Thomas Hauser 2020
Killed in Brazil?: The Mysterious Death of Arturo "Thunder" Gatti Jimmy Tobin 2020 Hamilcar Noir #4
Bundini: Don't Believe the Hype[19][20][21] Todd D. Snyder 2020
Macho Time: The Meteoric Rise and Tragic Fall of Hector Camacho[22] Christian Giudice, foreword by Carlos Acevedo 2020
A Fistful of Murder: The Fights and Crimes of Carlos Monzon[23] Don Stradley 2020 Hamilcar Noir #5
Damage: The Untold Story of Brain Trauma in Boxing[24] Tris Dixon 2021
(Low)life: A Memoir of Jazz, Fight-Fixing, and The Mob[25] Charles Farrell 2021
Shot at a Brothel: The Spectacular Demise of Oscar "Ringo" Bonavena[26] Patrick Connor 2021 Hamilcar Noir #6
The War: Hagler-Hearns and Three Rounds for the Ages Don Stradley 2021
President of Pandemonium: The Mad World of Ike Ibeaduchi Luke G. Williams 2021 Hamilcar Noir #7
Beatboxing: How Hip-Hop Changed the Fight Game Todd D. Snyder 2021

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ingram Book Group LLC. "Publisher List | Two Rivers". www.tworiversdistribution.com. Retrieved December 10, 2020.
  2. ^ Maher, John (September 28, 2018). "Hamilcar Publications, New Boxing Book Imprint, Launches This Fall". Publishers Weekly.
  3. ^ Lang, Arne K. (July 24, 2019). "A New Book Publishing House Devoted to Boxing Clocks in with a Classic". The Sweet Science.
  4. ^ a b Locke, Christopher (October 18, 2018). "Hamilcar Publications Gives Back to Boxing Community". Independent Book Publishers Association.
  5. ^ "AUDIO: Talking with Kyle Sarofeen of Hamilcar Publications". Boxing News - Boxing, UFC and MMA News, Fight Results, Schedule, Rankings, Videos and More. Retrieved 2020-12-10.
  6. ^ "PUBLISHING PARTNERS & VENDORS". New England Independent Booksellers Association. November 10, 2020.
  7. ^ "Independent Publishers of New England - Member public profile". ipne.org. Retrieved 2020-11-10.
  8. ^ Toft, Candace (2018). Off The Ropes: The Ron Lyle Story (2nd ed.). Boston: Hamilcar Publications. ISBN 978-1-949590-00-5. OCLC 1083700134.
  9. ^ McRae, Donald (2019). Dark Trade: Lost in Boxing (2nd ed.). Boston: Hamilcar Publications. ISBN 978-1949590050.
  10. ^ "Dark Trade: Lost In Boxing -- Brand New Edition From Hamilcar Books". The Fight City. 2019-06-21. Retrieved 2020-12-10.
  11. ^ Mitchell, Kevin (2019). Jacobs Beach: The Mob, the Garden and the Golden Age of Boxing (2nd ed.). Boston: Hamilcar Publications. ISBN 978-1949590029.
  12. ^ Stradley, Don (2019). Berserk: The Shocking Life and Death of Edwin Valero. Boston: Hamilcar Publications. ISBN 978-1949590142.
  13. ^ "Edwin Valero: A Tragic Tale - Don Stradley Looks At The Valero Mystery". The Fight City. 2020-04-04. Retrieved 2020-12-10.
  14. ^ Zanon, Paul (2019). The Ghost of Johnny Tapia. Boston: Hamilcar Publications. ISBN 978-1949590159.
  15. ^ Stradley, Don (2020). Slaughter in the Streets: When Boston Became Boxing’s Murder Capital. Boston: Hamilcar Publications. ISBN 978-1949590258.
  16. ^ Acevedo, Carlos (2020). Sporting Blood: Tales from the Dark Side of Boxing. Boston: Hamilcar Publications. ISBN 978-1949590074.
  17. ^ Nam, Sean (March 19, 2020). "'Sporting Blood,' daredevils and rebels: An interview with writer Carlos Acevedo". Boxing Junkie.
  18. ^ Woods, Michael (2020-04-05). ""Sporting Blood" By Fightwriter Carlos Acevedo Fits This Grievous Time". NY FIGHTS. Retrieved 2020-12-10.
  19. ^ Marino, Gordon (September 3, 2020). "'Bundini' Review: The Trickster in His Corner". Wall Street Journal. ISSN 0099-9660.
  20. ^ Snyder, Todd D. (2020). Bundini: Don't Believe the Hype. Boston: Hamilcar Publications. ISBN 978-1949590203.
  21. ^ Herriges, Jeremy (September 2020). "Bundini's Don't Believe the Hype book is a new perspective on Muhammad Ali's Legacy". FanSided.
  22. ^ Giudice, Christian (2020). Macho Time: The Meteoric Rise and Tragic Fall of Hector Camacho. Boston: Hamilcar Publications. ISBN 978-1949590135.
  23. ^ Stradley, Don (2020). A Fistful of Murder: The Fights and Crimes of Carlos Monzon. Boston: Hamilcar Publications. ISBN 978-1949590319.
  24. ^ Dixon, Tris. Damage: The Untold Story of Brain Trauma in Boxing. ISBN 978-1949590210.
  25. ^ Farrell, Charles. (Low)life: A Memoir of Jazz, Fight-Fixing, and The Mob. ISBN 978-1949590197.
  26. ^ Connor, Patrick. Shot at a Brothel: The Spectacular Demise of Oscar "Ringo" Bonavena. ISBN 978-1949590272.

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