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Written on Nov, 09, 2017 by in | Leave a comment

Annis Pratt’s newest title, The Battle for the Black Fen, has been entered into a Goodreads Book Giveaway. You have until November 24th to enter! Our donations in 2017 bring our tree-planting up to 1,387 trees with another donation to a memorial forest in honor of Dad. This year we also donated to Rainforest Action Network’s Conflict Palm Oil campaign. …

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Written on Oct, 10, 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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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 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 Jun, 06, 2015 by in | Leave a comment

Mary Woodbury’s editorial background encompasses over two decades of proofreading, poetry and fiction editing, fiction writing, copy editing, development editing, managerial editing, production editing, and website building and editing. Education College: Purdue University BA, English; BA, Anthropology Background 2012-Current Mary Woodbury maintains the online library for climate change and other nature literature at Eco-Fiction as well as leading its Facebook …

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Written on May, 18, 2015 by in | Leave a comment

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Trent University Biology Professor’s New Book Takes Science to the People by Dr. James Schaefer explores our relationship with the natural world Wednesday, April 29, 2015 Peterborough Science is too important to be a private reserve of scientists, says Trent University Biology professor and wildlife scientist Dr. James Schaefer. In his new book, Two Houses of Oikos …

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Written on Apr, 13, 2015 by in | Leave a comment

Summer reading 2016 with Moon Willow Press – free Kindle weekends, solarpunk contests, and tree-planting!

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Written on Apr, 24, 2014 by in | Leave a comment

Moon Willow Press’s third Summer Reading Program ran from June 1 – September 8, 2014. This program promotes reading and tree-planting. There were free Kindle downloads and discounted paperbacks all summer! The Philodendrist Heresy: May 31-June 1 The Entropy Heresy: June 7-8 The Little Big Town: June 14-15 Earthwalk: June 21-22 Smoke Ghosts & Other Outré Tales: June 28-29 Texting …

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Written on Sep, 25, 2011 by in | Leave a comment

Author Jed Brody was the only contestant to enter the written essay portion of our Summer Reading Program contest. He wins the final prize, an Amazon gift card, by default. That makes it sound like Jed was an easy winner, but his essay on what he read over the summer is pretty awesome. Read below. Reading is a great way …

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Written on May, 26, 2011 by in | Leave a comment

Eco-Fiction Sustainable Business – Eco-fiction.com Announces Short Story Climate Change Winner The Whig (Cli-Fi Books is now Eco-Fiction.com) Free Word Centre: Our Top 12 Suggestions on Climate Change Fiction Digital Media Net BC Rainforest EcoBooks 4 Kids blogs on our Great Bear Rainforest Series Jed Brody The Entropy Heresy press release: PRLog Jed Brody in Physics Today eScience Commons on …

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