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NEW AT MUTUAL

2013 has been an exciting year for Mutual. Besides releasing some major Fall titles, we just launched a new cookbook series and for 2014 we already have excellent manuscripts as prospective exciting projects.

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Islands of Wonder: Hawaii the Big Island Photographer Wins 2014 SATW Award

Douglas Peebles is a winner in the 2014 Lowell Thomas Travel Journalism Competition, taking the silver award in the travel book category for "Islands of Wonder: Hawaii the Big Island," Mutual Publishing. The awards are named for Lowell Thomas, acclaimed broadcast journalist, prolific author and world explorer during five decades in journalism.

This is the 30th annual competition sponsored by the Society of American Travel Writers Foundation. Winners of the awards, the most prestigious in the field of travel journalism, were announced Sept. 16 at the SATW convention, held in Iceland.

The competition drew 1,177 entries and was judged by members of the faculty at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill School of Journalism and Mass Communication.

Islands of Wonder Hawaii the Big Island


What Maui Likes to Eat Author Wins Major Recognition

Tylun Pang

Maui No Ka ‘Oi Magazine awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award to Tylun Pang, Executive Chef | Fairmont Kea Lani
Photo credit: Jose Morales

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"Salt of the Earth" may be a cliché, but it truly describes Tylun Pang. Chef, husband, father, cookbook author, fisherman and educator, Pang brings to Maui’s culinary scene a sense of place as he shares with the world Hawai‘i’s food culture at Fairmont Kea Lani’s Ko Restaurant and in What Maui Likes to Eat, Pang’s award-winning compilation of food history and recipes from Hawai‘i’s plantation days. Proceeds from this cookbook have raised more than $6,000 for scholarships for students at Maui Culinary Academy. In 2012, the Maui County Farm Bureau honored Chef Pang with their “Friend of Agriculture” ‘Aipono Award, citing his prodigious support of local farms and ranches. In 2013, Ko Restaurant won Gold ‘Aiponos for Restaurant of the Year and Best Hawai‘i Regional Cuisine.
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Ka Baibala Hemolele - The Hawaiian Bible

After ten-plus years, significant funding support from many foundations and individuals, and the work of dozens of scholars, teachers, and volunteers, Ka Baibala Hemolele is available in the new orthography, which uses diacritics. It is the first time that the Hawaiian language bible has been formatted and printed with diacritical marking. Baibala Hemolele – the Hawaiian Bible Project, a project of Partners in Development Foundation, initially began to electronically preserve the 1839, 1868, and 1994 printings of the Hawaiian Bible, but grew into a complete editing of the Bible to embrace the new orthography..

The original translation, completed in 1839, played a significant role in the development of the Hawaiian language as a written language, and it continues to be a major linguistic, cultural, and spiritual resource for the Hawaiian community and Hawaiian language students throughout the world.

Trim size: 6 x 9 inches; Page count: 1456 pp

Includes: presentation page, 6 maps, original study questions about the maps, genealogy pages, and an introduction by Baibala Hemolele Project Director Helen Kaupu Kaowili, ribbon marker


Scripta

Scripta, an imprint of Mutual Publishing, offers book production services to authors—both Hawai‘i and non-Hawai‘i based—who want to self-publish either because their book is meant for private circulation, or because they want to avoid the manuscript submission process with its long delays. Mutual has always believed that everyone has a book inside them. Here in Hawai‘i, the cultural history and art of talk story continues to be...

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Digital Watch

We are asked so often about the digitization of book publishing that we have decided to include a digital watch to give you Mutual’s take on the latest developments.

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