Legacy Books Press is a publisher based in Kingston, Ontario, specializing in non-fiction about history and Classics. We are dedicated to exploring those interesting corners of history, both modern history and ancient history, that tend to be overlooked, but still shaped the world as we know it today.
We are currently looking for academic and mainstream non-fiction books about all time periods of modern and ancient history. Please see our submission guidelines for details.
- Statement on AI-Generated BooksYesterday, in response to the recent news of Amazon being flooded by AI-written books, I implemented a full ban on AI-generated submissions. Legacy Books Press will not consider any AI-written submission of any kind for publication, now or ever. But, this deserves some explanation. After all, there is an argument to be made that a […]
- Over $2300 raised for Desert Bus for HopeThe Legacy Books Press lot just raised a grand total of $2,315.83 for Desert Bus for Hope. All proceeds go directly to the Child’s Play charity. Congratulations to Amp the Dog – please enjoy the books!
- Re:Apotheosis, spiritual sequel to Re:Creators, goes live on Tapas.io(May 31, 2022) Re:Apotheosis, author Robert B. Marks’ spiritual sequel to Rei Hiroe and Ei Aoki’s 2017 anime series Re:Creators, launched on Tapas.io on Friday, May 27. The author of Diablo: Demonsbane, The EverQuest Companion, and co-author of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Agora with R. Drew Griffith and The Eternity […]
- Legacy Books Press acquires publication rights to Austria-Hungary’s Last War(December 6, 2021) Legacy Books Press is pleased to announce that it has acquired the print publication rights to Stan Hanna’s English language translation of Austria-Hungary’s Last War, the official history of the Austrian army in the Great War. Over the next four years, Legacy Books Press will be bringing out deluxe editions of each […]
- Belated congratulations to Desert Bus for Hope 2021(December 6, 2021) A belated congratulations to Desert Bus for Hope, for raising a staggering $1,189,143.00 for Child’s Play this year.