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Our New Logo

By Michael May 17, 2020 0

We are excited to unveil the new logo for Cascade Publishing House.

This mark is our new logo at Cascade Publishing House, an imprint of quality in book publishing. We are in the business of writing and publishing.

Let’s talk about sharing that inspirational story inside of you with the world.

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Book Signing at Macon-Middle Georgia Greek Expo

By Michael August 22, 2019 0

Harold Michael Harvey addresses the prestigious Business/Consumer Expo on August 29, 2019, at the Le Piada Event Center, 4295 Interstate Drive, Macon, Georgia. The program begins at 6:00 pm and ends at 9:00 pm.

Following Harvey’s presentation, he will autograph his third book, Freaknik Lawyer: A Memoir on the Craft of Resistance. read more

Freaknik Lawyer Lands July 27!

By Michael June 25, 2019 0

Cascade Publishing House is pleased to announce the publication of the next Harold Michael Harvey book!

It is titled, Freaknik Lawyer: A Memoir on the Craft of Resistance.

In fifty-four thousand words, Harvey masterfully weaves his life and our collective lives around the world of legal segregation and the aftermath of the apparent demise of “separate but equal.” He does this by introducing the reader to two new concepts: The Curse of Plessy and The Promise of Brown. read more

Macon Native to Sign Book

By Michael June 15, 2015 2

Macon Native Harold Michael Harvey to Sign His New Book Justice in the Round At Bethel C. M. E. Church On Father’s Day, June 21, 2015

Bethel C. M. E. Church, Macon, Georgia will host a book signing, following both worship services on Father’s Day, June 21, 2015, for native son Harold Michael Harvey.

His new book Justice in the Round: Essays on the American Jury System, Cascade Publishing House, 2015, tackles justice in America following the George Zimmerman and Michael Dunn jury trials and the grand jury proceedings in Ferguson, Missouri and Staten Island, New York. The church is located at 1668 Pio Nono Avenue.

“One salient fact shapes my frame of reference in these essays: All jurors bring to the jury room their genetics and their sundry environments. By virtue of this fact, we are all subconsciously race-conscious. No one can divorce themselves from their genetic make-up, but we can, if we choose, overcome the environmental conditions that will enable us to be fair to people with different genetics and social standing,” Harvey writes.

The author grew up in Macon’s Unionville community and Bethel C. M. E. Church, where he came under the mentorship of community activist Frank Johnson. He served the church as Assistant Superintendent of the Sunday School and as a member of the Senior Choir, Usher Board and the Steward Board before leaving home to attend law school in the early 1980s.

Harold Michael Harvey is the author of the legal thriller Paper Puzzle. He writes on legal and political issues at haroldmichaelharvey.com. He earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in political science from Tuskegee University and a Juris Doctorate from Atlanta Law School. He is the winner of the “Outstanding Work in Newspaper Journalism Award” from the National Newspaper Publishers Association (Macon Courier) and has won two semi-monthly Political Pundits Prizes from Allvoices.com. A former practicing lawyer, Harvey now spends his days reading and writing. He lives in Atlanta, Georgia with his wife and vegetable garden. He writes wherever the muse takes him.

Harvey said he is excited that his home church is hosting a book signing for him. “I feel blessed that my home church continues to think highly of the nurturing they poured into me when I was growing up,” Harvey said.

Also, Bethel hosted a book signing for his first book Paper Puzzle.

“I am looking forward to seeing many of my family members from out of town and old high school classmates who are coming back to Macon to worship with us on Sunday. I feel blessed beyond words,” Harvey said.

Book Signings Set for Museum

By Michael April 27, 2015 0

Cascade Publishing House is please to announce book signings have been set at the Sights and Sounds Black Cultural Epo and Museum for essayist and novelist, Harold Michael Harvey.

Harvey will sign his new book, JUSTICE IN THE ROUND, during the month of May at the Sights and Sounds Black Cultural Expo Museum. The museum is located in the North Dekalb Mall, 2050 Lawrenceville Highway, Decatur, Georgia 30033.

Beginning on May 2, Harvey will be available to autograph his book each Saturday in the month from 10:00 o’clock a m until 2:00 o’clock p m.

“I am extremely proud to team-up once again with Curator James Horton, Harvey said .

“Mr. Horton is one of the best Curators of black cultural artifacts in the southeast. His museum tends to shed light on little known or ignored facts about black life in America. I try to do the same in my work as a writer. I am pleased that he invited me to share my  new book, JUSTICE IN THE ROUND, with his audience,” Harvey said.

Harvey, a native of Macon, Georgia and Horton, a native of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, first joined forces in 2011 when a mutual friend recommended that the Curator invite Harvey to speak with museum goers about his novel PAPER PUZZLE. They hit it off. Soon Horton was teaching Harvey the backstory to many of the cultural artifacts from his childhood.

Horton received from Harvey the backstory on how political deals were made which became the substance of today’s history.”

“I find that the Sights and Sounds museum visitors are very astute and quizzical. I look forward to sharing my new book with them and answering questions about the status of justice in American today for not only her black citizens, but for all of her citizens,” Harvey said.

The Museum opens each day at 10:00 o’clock a m and closes when the mall closes around 9:00 p m.

On Saturday, May 2, the North Dekalb Mall will hold a kick-off program from noon until 2:00 o’clock p m, to introduce the museum staff and guests to mall shoppers.

 

Harold Michael Harvey, is the author of the legal thriller “Paper Puzzle,” and “Justice in the Round: Essays on the American Jury System,” available at Amazon and at haroldmichaelharvey.com. He can be contacted at hmharvey@haroldmichaelharvey.com