Small presses make their profits by selling books to consumers, rather than selling services to authors or selling a small number of copies to the author's friends.
Small presses should not be confused with printers. Small presses are publishers, which means that we engage in a book selection process, along with editing, marketing and distribution. When selecting who to publish we look for work that is interesting, that has heart, that has something to say.
We hope you enjoy these books and we’d be interested to hear what you have to say about it.