Peter J. Malia is a 30-year veteran of the non-profit, publishing, and marketing industries. Trained as a professional historian at Trinity College and Fordham University, he has served as chief research historian at Sleepy Hollow Restorations, Inc., Assistant Editor of Sleepy Hollow Press, and Editor-in-chief at The Connecticut Historical Society. Currently engaed as the principal architect of The Connecticut Press, he is responsible for developing a series of award-winning titles ranging from biography and history to art and American literature.
Industry Expertise (3)
Media - Print
Areas of Expertise (4)
Print Choices for New Authors
Top Ten Global Editor (professional)
Three-time recipient of Ragan Communications Top Ten Global Editor.
Fordham University: Ph.D (ABD), Amnerican History
Trinity College: M.A., American Histroy
Providence College: B.A., History
- International Book & Publishers Association
- Society of Scholarly Publishing
- Publishing in the Digital Age
- Connecticut Authors & Publishers Association
- The Connecticut Press
Event Appearances (5)
CAPA Regional Meeting Shelton, CT
Connecticut Biography Assoc. for the Study of CT History - University of Connecticut
Connecticut At War Association for the Study of CT History - Manchester Community College
A Most Reluctant Hero New Haven Museum
First By Land Then By Sea: The Diary of Thomas Painter West Haven Historical Society
Sample Talks (4)
What Is Self-Publishing?
A detailed look into the various aspects of the burgeoning self-publishing arena and how to soert it all out.
The Good, Bad & the Ugly About Publishing Your Own Book
Comprehensive overview of the various alternatives authors have to their books.
Specialty Publishing; What Is It?
How specialty publishing is striking a balance between the traditional and the revolutionary.
I Wrote A Book ... Now What?
A roadmap to the options that are available to writers faced with a maze of choices in bringing their book to print.
- Workshop Leader
- Author Appearance