We strive toward excellence in both product and service for scholars, teachers, students, and friends so that, as a community, we may be a link to a better future by bringing forward the lessons of the past.


Awards, Recognition, and Tributes

In Memory of Ladislaus J. (Lou) Bolchazy, PhD

June 7, 1937–July 28, 2012

In Memory of Laurie Haight Keenan, PhD


American Philological Association (APA) Distinguished Service Award 2014

Presented January 5, 2014 at the Annual Meeting

Myth is Truth

Loyola Radio Series by Lou Bolchazy
Myth Is Truth, a series of interviews with Dr. Nancy Boyle as host and Dr. Bolchazy as comparative mythology scholar was broadcast by WLUC, Loyola University Chicago, in 1977 and by WRRG, Triton College, in 1978. Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers takes great pleasure in providing these as free downloads for classicists and students of mythology across the globe.

The American Classical League's Meritus/Merita Awards 2013

American Classical League, June 2013

CAAS honors Lou Bolchazy

Classical Association of the Atlantic States, October 2013

Illinois Classical Conference Lifetime Achievement Award, 2006

Marie and Lou Bolchazy, Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers


A Life Remembered: Lake Barrington Publisher Lou Bolchazy to Receive Posthumous Honor

BarringtonPatch, by Angela Sykora (01/02/2014)

A legacy in print Lake Barrington's Lou Bolchazy was inspired by the classics

Lake County mysuburbanlife.com, by Tarah Thorne (12/17/2013)

'The Epic of Lou Bolchazy' a classic tale of vision, zest, fun

Daily Herald, by Burt Constable (11/07/2013)
Link to Daily Herald article

Digitally Speaking: Bolchazy-Carducci to Give Keynote Speeches in Norway and Texas

For Immediate Release, Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers (01/19/2009)

Duo keeps classics alive

by BarringtonCourier-Review (12/07/2006)

This Summer's Must Read

by ARA Content (4/22/2005)

Did You Know That You Speak Latin?

by ARA Content (6/24/2004)

Real lessons of ancient tales more than just movie fodder

Daily Herald, by Bert Constable (05/15/2004)

MC students ask 'Do you like green eggs and ham?' in Latin

by Monmouth College (04/09/2004)

Gilgamesh-from Babylonia to the Big Screen

by ARA Content (02/06/2004)

A Passion for Latin

by ARA Content (02/20/2004)

Ancient Olympians Were Really In It for the Money

by ARA Content (02/20/2004)

The Cat in the Hat Gets More Famous Each Day — In English, Now Latin, He's Here to Stay

by ARA Content (11/26/2003)

Holiday Books for Everyone on Your List

by ARA Content (12/13/2002)

Santa — and Shock-Headed Peter — Know Who's Naughty

by ARA Content

Nourish Mind and Body with Four Unique Summer Reading Choices (edited for our titles)

by ARA Content

Little Children Learning Latin

by ARA Content

Latin Version of Classic

by ARA Content

Improved Test Scores Fuel Resurgence in Study Latin

by Ara Content

Look! Up in the Sky! It's a Bird! It's a Plane! It's ... Gilgamesh?

by ARA Content

Everything Old is New Again Historical novels put a different spin on the past

by ARA Content

Foreign Phrase Book Helps Travelers and Scholars Alike

by ARA Content

Is the English Language Greek to You?
Don't Know "Caveat Emptor" from a "Cul-de-Sac"?
New Dictionary Makes You a "Connoisseur" of Foreign Phrases

by ARA Content

How The Grinch Stole Christmas And The Cat In The Hat
Are Both In Latin - Imagine That!

by ARA Content

Slovak Photographer Captures Heart of European Lifestyle from Years' Past

by ARA Content