Founded in 1991, Galblum Communications specializes in writing for nonprofit organizations. We also create organization, corporate and family histories for publication in book or other formats.

Our work – from research and interviewing to writing and editing – is clear and concise. Passionate and persuasive. Reliable and affordable. We work with talented graphic designers, photographers and video production companies to tell your story and achieve your goals.

These examples of books, published by Kansas City Star Books (, illustrate our ability to tell a story with exacting attention to detail while never losing focus on the human narratives that bring history to life.


Book-FromTheHeart-webFROM THE HEART Life Before and After the Holocaust — A Mosaic of Memories

This is the story of 52 men and women who began their lives before World War II in Central and Eastern Europe, saw them unalterably changed by the Holocaust, and rebuilt them in Kansas City.


HereOnMain_BHERE ON MAIN STREET covers the 50-year history of St. Paul’s Episcopal Day School, from its founding in 1963, growth through the 1980s, rebirth after the 1992 fire, through the present day. In addition to introducing early visionaries, long-time guardians and dedicated students and families who shaped the school, the book includes profiles of 24 former students — what they remember and where they are now.