Paul Greenland Communications Inc.

Paul Greenland Communications Inc.

Books

Books

Books

Contributions

As an author, I’ve made thousands of bylined and ghostwritten contributions to print and digital reference titles from leading publishers and their imprints, including Cengage Learning (Gale, Charles Scribner’s Sons®, Macmillan Reference USA™ and St. James Press), Infobase Learning (Fergusons, Facts On File, and Vault.com), and University of Chicago Press.

Authored Works

Although I’m not a “sportswriter,” many of my own nonfiction books are about the history of ice hockey. As a longtime student of the sport’s golden years, I’ve enjoyed writing about and making connections with a long list of legendary NHL players, coaches, and officials. During the 1990s, I wrote Hockey Chicago Style, an authorized history of the National Hockey League’s Chicago Blackhawks, and Wings of Fire, a similar account of the Detroit Red Wings. I also wrote the Chicago Blackhawks entry for the Encyclopedia of Chicago and have contributed to publications like Hockey Digest. My newest book, slated for release in 2021, is all about old-time hockey in Chicago. It explores the sport’s Windy City origins during the 1890s, the Blackhawks’ formation in 1926, and the team’s first Stanley Cup victories during the 1930s. Beyond hockey, my work includes titles about careers and corporate histories written on behalf of organizations.

Although I’m not a “sportswriter,” many of my own nonfiction books are about the history of ice hockey. As a longtime student of the sport’s golden years, I’ve enjoyed writing about and making connections with a long list of legendary NHL players, coaches, and officials. During the 1990s, I wrote Hockey Chicago Style, an authorized history of the National Hockey League’s Chicago Blackhawks, and Wings of Fire, a similar account of the Detroit Red Wings. I also wrote the Chicago Blackhawks entry for the Encyclopedia of Chicago and have contributed to publications like Hockey Digest.

My newest book, slated for release in 2021, is all about old-time hockey in Chicago. It explores the sport’s Windy City origins during the 1890s, the Blackhawks’ formation in 1926, and the team’s first Stanley Cup victories during the 1930s.

Beyond hockey, my work includes titles about careers and corporate histories written on behalf of organizations.

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