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. Each year we have taken on diverse projects, including a beach cleanup at False Creek, an “enpipe line poets” reading at the Carnegie Centre, an Earthwalk reading, short story contests, and a stage at western Canada’s largest literary event, Word Vancouver.

April 22, 2017 – Earth Day panel with Moon Willow Press’s owner and Eco-fiction.com’s curator Mary Woodbury

Book launch poster for Ron Melchiore’s Off Grid and Free

 

Mary Woodbury reading at 2016’s eco-fiction stage at Word Vancouver Literary Festival

 

Collage of readers at the 2016 Word Vancouver. Bottom, L-R: Katie Welch, Claudia Casper, Michael Donaghue. Top, L-R: Mary Woodbury, audience, Anneliese Schultz, Stephen Collis

 

James Schaefer at book launch for Two Houses of Oikos: Essays from the Environmental Age

 

Jed Brody, author of the Heresy Series

Winds of Change: Short Stories about Our Climate launch poster, 2015

 

Paul Collins reading from Winds of Change anthology, “The Apology”. Photo credit: Michael Donaghue.

 

Morgan Woodbury, MWP and Eco-Fiction.com’s IT/website guru – co-organizer of Winds of Change launch, 2015

 

Winds of Change launch, L-R: Janis, Keith, Mary, Anneliese, Paul, Michael. Photo credit: Morgan Woodbury.

 

Audience at Winds of Change launch. Photo credit: Michael Donaghue.

 

Mark Spitzer at Halloween with copy of Garapaima: A Monster Fish Novel

 

John Sands’s at The Lottery Winner book launch, 2012. Photographer: Katherine Sands

 

Earthwalk, Stanley Park, 2012–Tyee Bridge.

 

Earthwalk 2012, Stanley Park.

 

Earthwalk 2012–Bernice Lever reading under a beautiful tree in Stanley Park.

Enpipe line poet reading at Carnegie Centre, 2011. Part of 100,000 Poets for Change.

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