Thursday, August 27, 2009

Radio Appearance by Jeffrey Caminsky

Author and attorney Jeffrey Caminsky will appear on the "Ebling and You" radio show this afternoon, to discuss the case of Renee Beavers.

The 33-year old woman from Detroit has managed to amass more than forty traffic tickets, without ever having a valid Michigan driver's license.

Hosted by long-time Lansing-area sportswriter and radio talk show host, "Ebling and You" appears daily on WILS, 1320-AM in Lansing, Michigan.

Saturday, August 22, 2009

Shakespeare Book to be Listed in Worldwide Bibliography

New Alexandria Press is proud to announce that its edition of Shakespeare's sonnets, edited by Jeffrey Caminsky, will be included in the definitive international bibliography of the works of William Shakespeare.

James L. Harner, a professor at Texas A & M university and the editor of the World Shakespeare Bibliography, notes that the publication is the pre-eminent "record of publications about Shakespeare," and is consulted by "scholars, librarians, and teachers throughtout the world." The service, published by the Johns Hopkins University Press for the Folger Shakespeare Library, is the authoritative collection of reference works in the field.

Jeffrey Caminsky's edition of The Sonnets of William Shakespeare is published by New Alexandria Press, and is available from Amazon, Borders, and Barnes & Noble. It is currently distributed by Baker & Taylor.

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Radio Appearance by Jeffrey Caminsky

Michigan author and former assistant Wayne County prosecutor Jeffrey Caminsky will be appearing on today's "Ebling and You" show, on WILS, 1320-AM.

Topics will include the visit to Michigan of Federal officials, exploring the possibility of establishing "Gitmo North" in the vacant Michigan maximum security prison in Standish, Michigan.

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Jeff Caminsky a Winner in Short Story Competition

In its August edition, the Michigan Bar Journal published the short story "Crucible of Justice," written by Jeffrey Caminsky.

The story was entered in the Michigan State Bar's second short story contest. Other winners of the 2009 competition include "The Word of the Day is 'Trust,'", by Michael Kitchen, and "The Shadow from the Wall," by Robert B. Nelson.

Estabslished in 2007, the short story contest is sponsored every other year by the Michigan State Bar. This is the second time that Caminsky has been a winner in the State Bar short story contest. He also won in 2007, with the short story "Crapshoot."

"Crucible of Justice" tells the story of a murder prosecution, seen from the perspective of one of the surviving victims. It was inspired by one of Caminsky's cases as an appellate prosecutor.