The Friday before the holidays, I talked about what I’m calling “Project: 2013,” where I’ve approved three full-tilt-boogie frontlist releases for 2013. Considering how all-consuming it is for a little press like SFWP to release one book a year, doing three a year should probably be carefully documented so we can supply material for the [...]
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I’ve long promised to do a sort of “anatomy of a book” here on the blog and follow the development of a frontlist title from inception to launch. It’s a weird journey — sometimes terrifying, sometimes exhilarating, and usually full of deadlines met at the 11th hour (or, occasionally, missed). SFWP didn’t have a frontlist [...]
Okay…looking back to my post earlier this month, let’s see if we can knock out some of the news. We’ll start with the books. On October 1st, our sister company, Alan Squire Publishing, released Billy Christmas from first time British author Mark Pritchard. Here’s the blurb:
Okay, then! That’s enough about Gifford’s Ice Cream. Let’s get back to business.
Ray Robertson graduated from the University of Toronto with High Distinction with a B.A. in philosophy and later gained an M.F.A. in creative writing from Southwest Texas State University. He is the author of the novels Home Movies, Heroes, Moody Food, Gently Down the Stream, and What Happened Later, as well as a collection of [...]
From acclaimed author Alan Cheuse, Santa Fe Writers Project presents two novellas of compelling intensity. In “The Fires,” Gina Morgan makes a pilgrimage to Uzbekistan to carry out her husband’s final wish only to discover that in this former Soviet republic things are not as they used to be. And in “The Exorcism,” Tom Swanson [...]