Author : Moon Willow Press

Written on Apr, 21, 2017 by in | Leave a comment

Every year we do something special for Earth Day, but the nature of our press is that we take special interest in our planet every day of the year through tree-planting, using sustainably managed paper, and focusing on books with environmental themes. This year we have a few announcements on this special day: Donelle Dreese’s Cave Walker, a brilliant mystery …

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Written on Mar, 24, 2017 by in , | Leave a comment

Lily Collins is a socially backward college student and a lover of forests and rivers. What happens when an oil spill, and a handsome young man, threaten her family’s mountain home?

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Written on Mar, 23, 2017 by in | Leave a comment

News Moon Willow Press announces the novel Up the River, about an oil spill in the Appalachian Mountains. MWP’s owner will take part in the Earth Day Panel at the West Vancouver Library, from 2:00 – 3:30, April 22, 2017. The discussion is “Storytelling and Climate Change”. We will also take part in Vancouver’s March for Science at 10:00 that …

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Written on Mar, 20, 2017 by in | Leave a comment

Since we began publishing books in 2011, Moon Willow Press has stayed active in the community, whether it’s helping our authors get the books needed for their personal book launches and signings or hosting and participating in events around Vancouver. We’ve also hosted the international 100,000 Poets for Change event in the greater Vancouver area since its inception in 2011. …

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Title: The Battle for the Black Fen (part IV of The Infinite Games series) Author: Annis Pratt ISBN: 978-1-927685-24-2 Publication date: August 2017 Category: Fiction Ordering: Forthcoming We are happy to be working with Annis Pratt, who has published books I, II, and III of her Infinite Games series. Moon Willow Press is taking on volume IV, The Battle for …

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Written on Feb, 19, 2017 by in , | Leave a comment

Cave Walker tells the story of Gillian Berry, a talented breakfast chef who works at her mother’s charming B&B, the Pointed Firs Inn. After Gillian foresees the death of her love of life, Neil Foster, she nervously journeys into the Cave of Desperate Cries in the deep woods of Maine, hoping to save his life.

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Off Grid and Free: My Path to the Wilderness is the story of the journey Ron Melchiore undertook as a young man from the city, first to homesteading in northern Maine and then to living in the bush of Northern Saskatchewan.

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Written on Jan, 27, 2017 by in , | Leave a comment

In a new political era, Moon Willow Press stands in solidarity with those who promote many central, crucial elements of democracy, including civil rights and liberties for all and the integrity of empirical science. We took part in the Woman’s March on Washington DC, January 21, 2017, and plan to participate in the March for Science as well. The following …

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Written on Jan, 27, 2017 by in | Leave a comment

Updated January 27, 2017 The following book contract information is subject to change at any time. Many contractual elements stated here are negotiable between the author and publisher. Specific publisher-author contracts will be drawn up privately. Copyright and Exclusive Rights The author may retain copyright of his or her book, but Moon Willow Press (MWP) is assigned exclusive worldwide book …

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Written on Jan, 08, 2017 by in | Leave a comment

Tally: 1,312 trees planted Moon Willow Press likes to balance out book-making resources with donations to reforestation programs around the world. It takes a while for trees to be planted once a donation is made, but so far MWP has helped with the following: Proceeds from the sales of The Little Big Town resulted in 260 trees planted by the …

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