Henry M. Quinlan, owner and publisher of Omni Publishing Company, has 40+ years of varied experience publishing books. He is a graduate of Boston College and Suffolk University Law School.
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 HBO 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 and the erection of the statues, “Make Way for Ducklings” in Moscow.
Currently, Henry Quinlan is helping senior citizens self-publish their life’s stories as a memoir or autobiography and is publishing books under the Omni imprint. Recent books published include:
They Were My Friends- Jack, Bob and Ted
By Gerard Doherty (age 89 years)
Born, Blessed and Blitzed in Britain But Battered at MIT
By David Wilson, Emeritus Professor MIT (age 90 years)
Five Courageous Mothers – Mothers Raising Children with Down Syndrome
By Anne Roberts (age 65 years)
A Prescription for Bankruptcy – A Doctor's Perspective on America’s Failing Healthcare System and How We Can Fix It
By Edward Hoffer, MD (age 75 Years)
Henry has spoken to over one hundred groups in recent years. His presentations are:
1. Building a Retirement Life that has Meaning and Purpose for You
How to Build Your Emotional Pension
(MA & CT Teachers Assn. hired Henry to give “Emotional Pension” presentation to retired teachers.)
2. USSR/RUSSIA - Myths, Mysteries & Spying
Personal Experiences – 1986 to 2018
3. Ukraine War Vladimir Putin
4. How to Write and Self-Publish Your Story
Everyone Has a Story
Helping Senior Citizens