Sierra College Press

Sierra College Press

The Sierra College Press is one of the very few academic presses operated by a community college in the United States. The Sierra College Press was formed in 2002 to publish Standing Guard: Telling our Stories as part of the Standing Guard Project’s examination of Japanese-American Internment during World War II. 

Building upon that foundation, the Sierra College Press expanded its role and function to become a wide-ranging academic press and information outlet. Today, the Sierra College Press publishes books and two eJournals, Snowy Range Reflections and the Journal of the Sierra College Natural History Museum. It also facilitates Sierra College’s student-composed publication, Sierra Journal, and produces the annual Sierra Writers Conference.

Sierra College Press celebrates its first published book Standing Guard: Telling Our Stories, which was written in 2002 to commemorate the 60th anniversary of Japanese internment in the United States during World War II.

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