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We’ll be attending the Brooklyn Book Festival on Sunday, September 16. Aaron Jacobs will be there signing copies of The Abundant Life. Come see us. Be there or be square!

We’re excited about our latest acquisition, The Abundant Life. Biting satire by Aaron  Jacobs.

Our spring titles launched February 15. You can pick one up online or at your favorite bookstore. If you do, do us a solid and write a short review.

We’re very proud of a Fall release, Incunabulae, by Kurt Slauson. The book’s official pub date is Tuesday, August 15.

Join Kurt Slauson at Shenanigans in Kelowna BC, Tuesday, August 15, for the long-awaited book launch party for Incunabulae.

Inked the deal for a nonfiction exploration of film and filmmaking by expert-in-the-field and educator, March Achtenberg. You’re gonna love it.

Mark Achtenberg’s Get Your Hero up A Tree: How to Write A Movie That Doesn’t Stink is set for publication January 1, 2018. The pre- publication reviews have been terrific so far.

More exciting news on the acquisition front. We just acquired two new books: Tom Pescatore’s Borroughs/Becketteque Boxcar Bop and Erik Wennermark’s compelling and darkly comic collection of short stories, Evil Men. Look for them both in late 2018.    

Kurt Slauson reading from his collection of art and poetry, Incunabulae, in Kelowna B.C.


Join author Aaron Jacobs for the launch of his debut novel, The Abundant Life, at Roots Cafe (639 5th Ave Brooklyn) on August 4. Festivities begin at  6 p.m. sharp.

For our Philly friends, head over to Main Point Books on Sept 8 @ 2:00 and meet Aaron Jacobs. You can discuss his novel, The Abundant Life, and he’ll sign it for  you, too.

We attended the Brooklyn Book Festival on Sunday, Sept. 16. Had a great time meeting folks, talking books, and signing books. Can’t wait to get there again next year.

Aaron Jacob’s launched his debut novel, The Abundant Life, to much fanfare at Anderson’s Book Shop in Larchmont,, NY. Thanks to the good people at Anderson’s for hosting the event. It was a roaring success!

Kurt Slauson reads “Ghost Atlas” from his collection, Incunabulae. Check out his Olde English at the beginning!

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