acorn Pierce Press

collaboration is the new competition

Rowing to Recovery

Ready, Row! USA #84: Rowing to Recovery

We all know that rowing is low-impact, requires mindfulness and focus, builds physical strength and stamina. For recovery from breast cancer to physical injury to addiction to PTSD and other aspects of mental health, rowing is uniquely suited as a tool to regain and maintain a healthy mind and body.

For this episode, we’ll be talking with experts from programs like Recovery on Water, Head of the Charles Regatta, Row for the Cure, Pocock Rowing Foundation, Science of Rowing, WeCanRowDC, to see how they leverage these benefits to achieve recovery from physical and mental challenges. Guest Host: Ami Mehr, Head of the Charles Race Director

EPISODE LINKS:

Join IPNE

Make better books & sell more of them!

Get the IPNE edge for your publishing business! IPNE provides networking, resources, education, and cooperative marketing opportunities for New England’s independent publishing community.

IPNE members throughout the region work in collaborative teams with board members to determine, design, and carry out our programs. Our members are IPNE.

One of our primary goals is to help members make books of the highest quality and marketability, while leveraging the advantages of being independent.

More Pierce Press News

New USRowing CEO Amanda Kraus looks ahead

New USRowing CEO Amanda Kraus talks to Olympic athlete & coach Jim Dietz about the challenges ahead of her at the organization.

Advertising Your Book on Amazon

Award-winning nonfiction publisher Ian Lamont gives a brief overview of Amazon and Facebook advertising for book publishers.

Peering Into Early Learning

Join CICOLAB (Collective Intelligence Collaboratory) co-founders Lauren Nignon and Charles Blass as they report initial findings on what makes “Peeragogy for Kids.”

IPNE Authors & Publishers Conference Preview

Come join us virtually for an educational and fun-filled weekend that you won’t soon forget. And don’t forget about the IPNE Book Awards on Saturday evening Nov. 7! (drum roll, please!)