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Act 3 Creative is an innovative hybrid publisher with the experience and creativity you need. Our team has over 20 years of professional service in book and magazine publishing, e-publishing, technical and association publishing, and graphic book publishing. We have the vision, knowledge and tools to transform your story or your content from idea to publication.
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Explore Our Publishing Work.
Terry Gilbert is a people’s lawyer. His story begins during the late 1960s, when events at Attica, Kent State and Wounded Knee provided Gilbert with the impetus to use the law as a weapon in the fight for justice and equality.
Designing Victory is the remarkable memoir of architect and entrepreneur Robert P. Madison, FAIA, known for his work on major building projects such as the Cleveland Browns Stadium, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the first US Embassy built in post colonial Africa.
Virginity Lost in Vietnam
What Dave Lange experienced during adolescence, his tour with the US Navy riverine forces, and his re-acclimation to civilian life form a unique coming-of-age story during one of the most tumultuous eras in American history.
BB BluesBird and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Year
The year 2020 was like no other. That’s why Ron Hill wanted to shake things up drawing BB BluesBird into every single editorial cartoon—at least until someone told him to stop. Fortunately, no one stopped him, and Ron’s fans are glad.
The Usual Suspects
They’re the politicians, public figures, and nagging civic issues we love to loathe—and love to discuss. This book’s 140 cartoons are accompanied by Ron Hill’s commentary on the creation of the cartoon, context of the issues involved, or reader reactions hand picked from his 20 years of work.
From his unique professional vantage point as an educator, journalist and cartoonist, Ron Hill takes on the universal concerns of education in this collection of published comics.