Marion Deutsche Cohen, Jeremy Downes, Holly Dunlap, Melissa Dickson Blackburn (Jackson), Kelly Jolley, Travis McCullers, Jimmie Ray Pennington, Emily Elizabeth Schulten (see bottom of the site), Al Shoaf, Johnny Summerfield, Carey Scott Wilkerson, and Crystal Jenkins Woods.
A few of our poets have published twice with us, so search the page for more than one title in these cases.
We publish poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, and drama. We are not a vanity press, so your book will be read for quality (not meaning grammar, as we can fix grammar and spelling) of the story or play or poem itself. The house rules dictate appropriate books for the press. We do not charge thousands for x number of books. Let's talk more about this. Email me at email@example.com.
We publish your book to Amazon (to include Amazon Europe), and many other online bookstores will also carry your title. We can arrange for your book to be placed into local bookstores for readings. We will send your book to contests if we think you have a chance at winning. You can send your book to contests. We will request newspapers and other media to announce publication. We can help you setting up readings if you are so inclined. If a person requests your title in a public or private library, we will work with that library to get your book placed. All we ask for is that you show some vested interest in getting your work out there. No one can represent you, like you.
Most of our authors' books have blurbs from experts in the writing world. We are blessed to have such talent published with us, and we do not take this for granted. If you are a new writer, do not feel intimidated in any way. The best writer I ever read, and I said, EVER read, was a convenience store clerk, and I do not believe she had a college education. College does not equal great writer. Writing might be a God-given talent given to some, but it is also a skill that must be practiced, meaning it can be learned by the author and perfected by the author, and further perfected by the editor and publisher. But anyone can do it. And you aren't alone. A small press means more personal service.
But, I also feel that everyone has more than one story to tell. I can assist you in understanding that.
John McCluskey has just received a review in Quill & Parchment. It is a wonderful look into this collection, so give it a read. Order this spectacular book of poetry and give John a review on Amazon. He'd love to read them, I am sure.
Adam Bregman's premiere novel titled Angelino Heights is currently under agreement and being typeset. This author knows Los Angeles very well, as can be ascertained from the awesome details in this crime noir. Adam knows West Coast journalism and has even run for Mayor. You've got to check this one out.
Tony DePaul of Philadelphia has written a series of stories called Ro Ro Morse, Philadelphia's Finest Detective, and Ro Ro is seriously busy fighting the scum that populates the cavities of the dark-side of this city in this crime noir that is sure to be a winner. We are currently editing the text and getting it ready for your reading. [This is the next book out for New Plains Press. We expect to publish this work in November. Fingers crossed behind my back.]
They say that an author who keeps a blog does better on sales and on generating opportunities to share work. That's what it's all about. Learn how to blog.
Make sure you're telling people about New Plains Press every time you use new media. Also get some cards, and when you meet someone (though most writers are shy, they say) hand them a card and be proud of calling yourself a writer.
Our very first author was Emily Elizabeth Schulten who lives and teaches in the Keys. The first book will always be special to New Plains Press. Order just below.
A great start for New Plains Press was the poetry collection by Emily Elizabeth Schulten. Order your copy today to help us celebrate more than 10 years as a press. Not available in Alabama.
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