Crossings Press, 12800 Marion Lane West, Apt. 705, Minnetonka, Minnesota, 55305, which I have operated since the early 1990s issues an annual or bi-annual publication on southwestern Minnesota history, demographics, ethnicity, recent immigration, environmental studies, and other historical and literary explorations.
For the connection between Crossings Press and the Society for the Study of Local and Regional History and its numerous publications, which I direct, can be viewed at www.smsu.edu/sslrh/index.htm
Amato's most recent publications feature, as described in on poetry page, Buoyancies: A Ballast Master's Log (March 1, 2014), 978-0-944024-60-7; Crossings Press and Ellis Press, http://www.ellispress.com:, for $20.00, which includes postage and handling.
Other recent Crossings Press publications include, with David Pichaske, Southwest Minnesota: A Place of Many Places, 2007, $20; and, a work based on a different region, my wife’s northeastern Pennsylvania, Coal Cousins: Rusyn and Sicilian Stories, and Anthracite Histories, 2008, $10. Pay with check, and please add $5.00 for postage.
Aside from select individual copies of Amato's books, past publications by Crossings Press include, Countryside, Mirror of Ourselves, 1980; Death Book: Terrors, Consolations, Contradictions & Paradoxes, 1982; Servants of the Land: God, Family, and Farm, The Trinity of Belgian Economic Folkways, 1990: A New College on the Prairie: Southwest State University's First Twenty-Five Years, 1967-1992; John Radzilowski, with Jennifer Mahal, Out on the Wind: Poles and Danes in Lincoln County, 1992; The Decline of Rural Minnesota, with John Meyer, 1993; At the Headwaters, edited with Janet Timmerman Minnesota Conservation Corps / Southwest State University Flood Recovery Project, 1995.To Call It Home: The New Immigrants of Southwestern Minnesota, with John Meyer, John Radzilowski, Donata DeBruyckere, and Anthony Amato, 1996; Community of Strangers: Change, Turnover, Turbulence & the Transformation of a Midwestern Country Town, with John Radzilowski and assistance of John Meyer. Crossings Press, 1999; and Southwest Minnesota: The Land and the People, edited with David Pichaske. Crossings Press, 2000; and The Draining of the Great Oasis: An Environmental History of Murray County, Minnesota, ed. with Anthony Amato and Janet Timmerman. Crossings Press, 2001.
For price and availability of these books and others by Amato, e-mail me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org