Notice: Hatfield and McCoy documentary to air on Saturday, June 2 at 4 pm ET

Woodland Press has just been notified by Hatfield and McCoy documentary director Mark Cowen that the History Channel has decided that the premiere of their two-hour documentary will now air on Saturday, June 2 at 4 pm ET. This is the film that includes the involvement and interviews of several state residents/natives, including Raamie Barker, Dean H. King, and Woodland Press CEO Keith Davis.

The two-hour film will also feature historical material, feud-related photographs, and Hatfield documents from Woodland Press, which were used for background materials and research for the project.

Author of feud novel to appear at Town Center Books-A-Million on Mother's Day Weekend

CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Along with all the statewide coverage being given the Hatfield and McCoy feud this month, mostly due to the History Channel's upcoming programming centered around the famous vendetta, Charleston Town Center Books-A-Million will host a special booksigning and meet-and-greet with Los Angeles author and Hatfield and McCoy Feud expert, Anne Black Gray, on both Sat., May 12, from 2-5 p.m. — and a special Mother's Day appearance on Sun, from 2 - 4 p.m.

Author of feud novel to appear at Morgantown Barnes and Noble

History Channel

LOGAN, W.Va. - You think you know who they were, why they fought, why they died. You know only the legend—now experience the real feud.

Reed’s Gifts to host event for author Anne Black Gray

SOUTH WILLIAMSON, K.Y. - Reed’s Home Décor and Gifts, at South Side Mall, will host a book release party and booksigning with Los Angeles author and Hatfield and McCoy Feud expert, Anne Black Gray, on Tues., May 15, from 4 – 6 p.m.

Logan Co. Chamber hosts reception for author Anne Black Gray at new Chamber lobby

The Devils Son

LOGAN, W.Va. - You think you know who they were, why they fought, why they died. You know only the legend—now experience the real feud.

The Logan County Chamber of Commerce will host a reception and booksigning with Los Angeles author and Hatfield and McCoy Feud expert, Anne Black Gray, on Mon., May 14th, from 2 – 3 p.m. Anne, who is promoting her new book, “The Devil’s Son: Cap Hatfield and the End of the Hatfield and McCoy Feud,” will be greeting the public in the lobby of the new Chamber Office at 325 Stratton St. The public is invited and refreshments will also be served.

"A Kennedy Evening" at Joseph-Beth Booksellers to feature Dr. Dean Lucas and Keith Davis

Dr. F. Dean Lucas

LEXINGTON, KY - A special program, entitled, "A Kennedy Evening" will be held this Mon., Apr. 30th at Joseph-Beth Bookstore, from 7:00 p.m - 9:00 p.m., in Lexington. The program is the first of a series of events that will focus on the life and times of John F. Kennedy and the entire Kennedy family. The topic of the Monday gathering, being the first of the series, will be "Senator John F. Kennedy and West Virginia - 1960."

Logan publisher helped with History Channel

Originally Published in THE STATE JOURNAL
Apr 18, 2012 5:20 PM EST

Logan County book publisher Keith Davis is among the sources used during the filming of accounts about the legendary Hatfield and McCoy feud that took place in the Tug Valley of West Virginia and Kentucky in the 1880s.

New Woodland Press Novel Attracts Attention Across Appalachia

G. Cameron Fuller

CHAPMANVILLE, W.Va. - Inspired by the murders of Mared Malarik and Karen Ferrell in Morgantown in 1970, Full Bone Moon, a powerful new novel by G. Cameron Fuller and published by Woodland Press, LLC, continues to generate positive reviews and attract book-readers across the Appalachian states.

Author Anne Black Gray to appear in Mountain State in May

CHARLESTON, W.Va. - You think you know who they were, why they fought, why they died. You know only the legend—now experience the real feud. "The Devil’s Son: Cap Hatfield and the End of the Hatfield and McCoy Feud," a brand new book by Woodland Press and penned by Anne Black Gray, is a vast historical epic that breathes life into the individuals and families on either side of the Tug River.