About Kronos PressKronos Press was founded in March 1975 simultaneous with the creation of the journal Kronos whose Editor-in-Chief was Lewis M. Greenberg.
Initially, the express purpose of Kronos Press was to publish the said journal with the intention of expanding its publishing horizon as the situation warranted. This occurred rather quickly.
In 1976, Kronos Press published The Morality of nuclear Planning? by Horace Dudley as well as The Age of Velikovsky by C.J. Ransom.
These two books were followed by the publication of Velikovsky and Establishment Science in 1977, plus Scientists Confront Scientists Who Confront Velikovsky in 1978. Both were special issues of the journal KRONOS.
The hard cover Index to the Works of Immanuel Velikovsky by Alice Miller also came out at about the same time.
In 1978, Kronos Press also published the hard cover book Evolution: Reconciling the Controversy by John Hadd.
In 1980, Kronos Press created a series of spiral bound soft cover publications titled the Omega Monograph Series. Titles included Velikovsky , A Personal View by Frederic Jueneman; The Sibylline Starwar and Phaethon by Franz Xaver Kugler (translated by Guenter Koehler); and Chronology by Alice Miller.
These were followed by a special issue of Kronos (VII:4) - Evolution, Extinction and Catastrophism - published in 1982.
Of the above publications, only Velikovsky and Establishment Science, Scientists Confront Scientists Who Confront Velikovsky, and Index to the Works of Immanuel Velikovsky remain in print.
After a lengthy hiatus, Kronos Press resumed publication with the creation of The Osiris Series under the general editorship of Dwardu Cardona. All in hard cover, the series began in 1997 with the publication of The Reign Of The Swastika - fully illustrated - by Lewis M. Greenberg.
In 1999, Sun, Moon, and Sothis by Lynn E. Rose was published.
In 2000, Predicting The Past - fully illustrated - by Roger W. Wescott was published.
The Osiris Series will continue to expand accordingly.
Discounts are available on purchases of 10 copies or more (any mix may apply).
Kronos Press is willing to consider manuscripts for publication and would be open to questions and suggestions.
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