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Possible Worlds and Other Stories by Rachel Handley

(est. pub. Summer 2022)
The Nietzsche Affair by Sandrine Bergès

(est. pub. Fall 2022)
1920 Tunguska Terror: Aero Rangers vol. 1 by David R. Watson

(est. pub. Winter 2022)
SUM by Melinda A. Smith

(est. pub. Winter 2022)

Published Titles


(pub. 2020)

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Striking Bodies, Striking Minds is an anthology of poems, stories, songs, comics, and other pieces of art and craftwork produced by people involved in and affected by the UCU industrial action of 2017, 2018, and 2019, collected here to provide a record of the more ephemeral, transient aspect of going on strike. All proceeds from the sale of this anthology will be donated to the UCU Fighting Fund.
ISBN: 978-1-8380723-1-5

Children's Books

(pub. 2021)

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Tales from the Town includes stories written by three young authors from the Town Hall Library in North Lake, Wisconsin, as part of the 2021 Summer Library Reading Program.
ISBN: 978-1-8380723-9-1
(pub. 2020)

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When Maribel and her mother find a starfish on the beach, neither of them expect the adventures that will follow!

This charming children's story is sure to delight readers of all ages, and will particularly appeal to young readers ready to advance from picture books to chapter books.
ISBN: 978-1-8380723-0-8


ISBN: 978-1-8380723-2-2
(pub. 2021)

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Tom never expected to die young; much less to be met by the Men Who Weren't There upon his death. Who are these Men? And what is the Non-Agency they work for? More importantly, is there any way Tom can make sure he doesn't end up in Heaven?

Book 1 of the Non-Agency series mixes humor, bureaucracy, and romance to serve up fantasy story that will appeal to anyone who has ever wondered what life after death is like.

ISBN: 978-1-8380723-8-4
(pub. 2021)

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Senthi is the cleverest novice at her temple, with the strongest psychic gift. But at twelve years old she isn't ready to be groomed for the position of High Priestess as her teachers want. After she uses her gift against a friend, she flees the temple, never to return. Homeless and friendless in the dangerous port city of Essle, Senthi is taken under the wing of powerful guildmistress Venla, who offers her a safe place to belong. Proper training for her gift. Education in trade and combat, with the chance to amass wealth and power of her own. All in the service of the dark god Archan, whose name most people do not dare to use. Senthi is soon too busy to question how her service to Archan is changing her. When her deeds catch up with her, how will she break free of his power? Can she ever become the person she is supposed to be?


ISBN: 978-1-8380723-4-6
(pub. 2021)

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In this book, Charles Vernoff argues that what makes Judaism distinctive is that it departs from all the characteristics typifying "path philosophy" spiritualities, such as Christianity and Islam. Judaism is not established through philosophical analysis, nor does it seek to persuade via abstract concepts. Rather, its radical and unassailable uniqueness comes from the fact that it purports to reveal divine transcendence as such, not mediated by anything else.

ISBN: 978-1-8380723-3-9
(pub. 2021)

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This book brings the votaries of the Abrahamic faiths together around a shared understanding of scriptural commonality. Vernoff’s chosen text is the Ketuvim, the nine books that don’t fall into the categories of the Torah or the prophetic writings. Vernoff brings order to this miscellany and proposes a governing structure to readers of these books.


ISBN: 978-1-8380723-5-3
(pub. 2021)

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"Grief, and dealing with it, are central themes of this collection. But also, Chappell examines faith and interrogates it; and her heart is amply shown to beat in the north, and in writing about it. Chappell’s language is rich, revealing—especially so in “Glen Lui,” and some of the earlier poems, where there are echoes of TS Eliot...Despite the minotaur grief at the heart of the collection, Chappell’s poetry involves both the heart and head of the reader, and evokes a longing to leave the built-up south for a world of more intimate understanding."
--Jennifer A. McGowan, winner of the 2020 Prole Pamphlet Competition

Last updated 16 January 2022.