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Bauhan logoBauhan Publishing focuses on New England regional books in the areas of history, art, nature studies, and poetry, as well as venturing into thoughtful books that explore sustainability of both the earth and the spirit.

The Bauhan Publishing team includes Sarah Bauhan (daughter of founder William Bauhan), Art Director Henry James and Editor Mary Ann Faughnan. For more information, visit

An Accidental Manager
Tales from the Corporate Jungle
Humorous commentary on the worlds of advertising, marketing, and business travel.
Collis, Roger

The Adirondack Guideboat
Its Origin, Its Builders, and Their Boats
The definitive guide to the history and makers of Adirondack guideboats
Sulavik, Stephen B.

The Adventures of M. James
A Sailor's Diary Aboard the USS Monterey, CVL-26
A rare and direct account of the Pacific War told through the eyes of a sensitive enlisted man-a pacifist
James, Michael

Albert Duvall Quigley
Artist, Musician, Framemaker, 1891-1961
Quigley, Albert D

Another Language
Portraits of Assistance Dogs and Their People
A beautiful kaleidoscope of care, courage, and commitment
Braham, Jeanne

Available Light
Philip Booth and the Gift of Place
“Being a poet is not a career, it’s a life.”—Philip Booth
Braham, Jeanne


Milton, Edith

Blind Painting

Tamilio's poems systematically deconstruct the human condition of love and death, faith and despair, and transgression and redemption
Tamilio III, John

Circle Around Monadnock
Time Travel with Horses
Finding and following two of New Hampshire’s oldest trails into history—on horseback
Clark, Francelia

Claremont Boy
My New Hampshire Roots and the Gift of Memory
A memoir of a full life, told two or three pages at a time
Steinfield, Joseph D.

Come Down to Earth
Gentle combinations of prose and verse allow the sharp meditations of a speaker caught between the real and surreal in a changing world
Michals, Nils

The Contrarian Voice
and Other Poems
Making the case for the working man
Hebert, Ernest

Dear Mary
Letters Home from the 10th Mountain Division (1944–1945)
Letters from WWII service in Italy to a beloved wife back home
Williams, Sydney M., III

Devil’s Paintbrush
Winner of the 2015 May Sarton New Hampshire Poetry Prize
Alvarez, Desirée

A Doubtful House
Fogel, Alice B.

Dwelling in Possibility
Searching for the Soul of Shelter
A search for the ordinary qualities that make some houses a home, and some public places welcoming.
Mansfield, Howard

The Education Of A Yankee

The re-issue with a new introduction of Jud Hale’s captivating and moving memoir of his larger-than-life American family
Hale, Judson D.

Finding Phil
Lost in War and Silence
A nephew’s search for the uncle he never knew
Levy, Paul

From Blue Ribbon to Code Blue
A girl’s courage, her mother’s love, a miracle recovery
A courageous young woman beats the odds to regain her life after a traumatic brain injury
Field, Jennifer Miller

Gustave Doré's London
A Study of the City in the Age of Confidence, 1848-1873
Gustave Dorês unforgettable images of Victorian London portray in stark contrast of the affluent world and the raw poverty of the slums
Coolidge, John

The Habit of Turning the World Upside Down
Our Belief in Property and the Cost of That Belief
Our rock-solid belief in the certainty of property gives way to anguish when competing interests challenge it
Mansfield, Howard

In the Wake of Home

Christian McEwen's first book of poetry
McEwen, Christian

Inside New England
The Editor-in-Chief of Yankee magazine reveals the New England known only to locals
Now updated and with a new introduction from the author, Jud Hale's 1982 classic, Inside New England, compiles a lifetime of observation, research and musings on all things New England.
Hale, Judson D.

Justice Approximated
Dispatches from the Bottom Rung of the Judicial Ladder
Twenty-seven years on the bench in small-town New Hampshire
Runyon, L. Phillips, III

Life of the Garment
Winner of the 2014 May Sarton New Hampshire Prize for Poetry
Gorlin, Deborah

The Light of What Comes After

Winner of the 2017 May Sarton New Hampshire Poetry Prize
Town, Jen

Like a Bird Flying Home
Poetry and Letters to His Daughter From New Hampshire
Keen observations on life and place from a poet and father
Clark, Walter

Loon Lore
In Poetry & Prose
The elusive loon—here one moment, gone the next—shows the limits of what we can grasp, and the temporary nature of what is
Sullivan, William

Louder Than Hearts
Winner of the sixth annual May Sarton New Hampshire Poetry Prize
Beck, Zeina Hashem

Music Hiding in the Air

A portrait of the artist and musician Rory McEwen, by his niece, the writer Christian McEwen.
McEwen, Christian

The Next Hunger
Lyric meditations on the longings and losses that drive us into each other’s arms or put us on our knees
Green, Kimberly Cloutier

North Pole Promise
Black, White, and Inuit Friends
The untold story of the children left behind by explorers Peary and Henson
Counter, S. Allen

Notes from Old Lyme
Life on the Marsh and Other Essays
After forty-seven years on Wall Street, Williams writes from home about what truly matters
Williams, Sydney M.

Now the Day Is Over
Five Years in a New England Boarding School
A noted painter looks back on his formative years
Matthews, Paul

On the Edge of No Answer
Prose Poems
Hetherington, Joal

One Man’s Family
Growing Up in Peterborough & Other Stories
... an unconventional life in an unconventional place, but during a conventional time
Williams, Sydney M.

Opening the Window
Sabbath Meditations
Insightful and engaging Sabbath Meditations
Seligman, Leaf

Poetry of startling grace and clarity
Gibson, Rebecca

Pocket Book of Prompts

A pocketful of opportunities to jumpstart the writing process, make meaning, and reflect in fun and imaginative ways
Seligman, Leaf

The Proactive Driver
An Unofficial Guide for All Drivers
Taking defensive driving to the next level in the hope of saving lives
Botzow, Hermann S., Jr.

Raking the Winter Leaves
New and Selected Poems
A New Englander’s collection of poems speaking to a state’s, our nation’s and the world’s traumas and transcendent possibilities—our human and natural neighborhood—in a voice personal and universal
Margolis, Gary

Ruins as Architecture
Architecture as Ruins
A fascinating demonstration of the rich and complex architectural ideas and philosophies of centuries gone by
McCormick, Thomas J.

Rust Belt Boy
Stories of an American Childhood
Tales of a largely unknown and recurrent Promised Land, revealing the soul of industrial life, and a yearning for broader horizons
Hertneky, Paul

Saint Sophia at Constantinople

Clearly written and thoroughly researched, students & scholars will find it invaluable
Kleinbauer, W. Eugene

She Lived, and the Other Girls Died
Winner of the 2017 Monadnock Essay Collection Prize
Sandy, Kirsti A.


A small tour, near and far
Mansfield, Howard

The Dancing Cockatoo
Kids will laugh even as they’re learning when they read Sy Montgomery’s latest, which features a YouTube sensation
Montgomery, Sy

Sparks from the Anvil
The Smith College Poetry Interviews
A treasure-trove for current friends of poetry, and a legacy for future generations
McEwen, Christian, ed.

A Timeworn Gilded Age Survivor Transformed
The story of transforming a worn-down Gilded Age relic into a sustainable and handsome family home
Clement, Peter W.

Summer Over Autumn
A Small Book of Small-Town Life
An insightful but droll glimpse inside the life of one New England town
Mansfield, Howard

A Time to Dance
American Country Dancing from Hornpipes to Hot Hash
A well thought-out, carefully put together volume on an important part of Americana
Nevell, Richard

The Tortoise Diaries
Daily Meditations for Creativity and Slowing Down
A mini treasure-house of poems and quotations, centered on creativity and slowing down
McEwen, Christian

The 2013 May Sarton New Hampshire Prize Winner for Poetry
Koehn, David

Uncle John
Portraits of a True Yankee Farmer
Evocative black-and-white photographs of a lifelong Connecticut farmer who adhered to traditions even as the world changed around him
Sheron, Georgia

an A to Z and Other Essays about Geology, Geography, and Geo-Travel in the American West
Mathison, Neil

Waltzing with Bracey
A Long Reach Home
A love letter to the glories of the Maine Coast and to the human/animal bonds that can so enrich a life
Gilchrist, Brenda

Watching Great Meadow
A Place of Joy, A Place of Woe
The eye-opening chronicle of a wetland and its inhabitants’ fight for survival in a changing climate
Russell, Gordon

Where Have All the Animals Gone?
My Travels with Karl Ammann
Jane Goodall’s biographer and a noted wildlife photographer embark on an unpredictable journey
Peterson, Dale

Words from the Wild
Favorite Columns from A Yankee Notebook
Inspired by New Hampshire Public Television’s award-winning series Windows to the Wild
Lange, Willem

World Enough & Time
On Creativity and Slowing Down
Christian McEwen gives her readers beautiful insight of how slowness can open doors to sustained creativity
McEwen, Christian

The Wreck of Birds

First winner of Bauhan Publishing's May Sarton New Hampshire Poetry Prize
Rolland, Rebecca Givens

You Were That White Bird
A collection of poems
Girdner, Shelley