Henry M. Quinlan, owner and publisher of Omni Publishing Company,
has 30+ years of varied experience in the publishing of books, newsletters, DVDs and CDs, and the organizing of seminars.
He organized the first national seminars on the internet and law enforcement in the 1990s, and a national seminar that examined the Columbine School shooting.
He founded Quinlan Press, a book publishing company, in 1986. Notable among the books that he published are: “My Life in Space” by Wally Schirra; “Rebound” by KC Jones, coach of the Boston Celtics; “My Dad the Babe” by his daughter, Dorothy Ruth Pirrone; “The Cops are Robbers” by Kevin Stevens, which was featured on 60 Minutes and made into an MGM movie.
While engaged in a publishing venture in the former Soviet Union, Henry Quinlan was asked by President George H. Bush to organize the publishing of the children's book, "Make Way for Ducklings" in Russia in 1991. He also organized the construction of the Make Way for Ducklings statutes in Moscow as part of a 1991 Summit meeting of President Bush and Secretary Gorbachev.
Some other highlights of his publishing career include being the founding editor of the School Law Bulletin, the Arrest Law Bulletin, and the Narcotics Law Bulletin. All continue to be published by Reuters.
Currently, Quinlan is publishing DVDs for the education and law enforcement markets and has returned to publishing books with Omni Publishing Co., forming a self-publishing division. The first book published in the division is “No Justice” by Simon C. Fireman and most recently “784 Broadway” by James Ring, a retired F.B.I. agent.
Henry M. Quinlan
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