Richard Manifest, who supervises Merced college’s printing press, on Wednesday holds the first book, “Merced River Literary Review,” printed as part of a new endeavor. A launch is planned Friday to celebrate the book’s completion.
Richard Manifest, who supervises Merced college’s printing press, on Wednesday holds the first book, “Merced River Literary Review,” printed as part of a new endeavor. A launch is planned Friday to celebrate the book’s completion. tmiller@mercedsunstar.com
Richard Manifest, who supervises Merced college’s printing press, on Wednesday holds the first book, “Merced River Literary Review,” printed as part of a new endeavor. A launch is planned Friday to celebrate the book’s completion. tmiller@mercedsunstar.com

Merced College Press publishes 1st title

May 14, 2014 06:05 PM

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