• Moon Willow Press announces that our novel Back to the Garden will published as a new edition in early 2018 for the launch of the Wild Mountain series. Part II of the series, To the Waters and the Wild, is slated to come out a year later, in 2019.
  • We are thrilled to announce our first YA novel, Code Blue, by Marissa Slaven–slated for spring 2018.
  • We’re announcing our Summer Reading Program, which runs from June 1 – September 8. The kickoff on June 1st coincides with Green Merchants, A 2-week giveaway from 20 environmental authors exploring the natural world. Three of our books from various authors are included in the line-up!
  • Thanks to the Midwest Book Review for covering Donelle Dreese’s Cave Walker. “Perhaps its greatest force is its lyrical language, which deftly captures Gillian’s ability to confront change, sorrow, and a journey in which “I had not arrived in time to save anyone.” Read full review here.
  • 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 morning.
  • The publisher has issued a Statement of Solidarity, standing and marching for human rights as well as scientific integrity.
  • Green Reads: Excerpts is our newest project; we are working with authors and publishers to freely promote environmental or nature writing in the form of fiction, nonfiction, prose, and graphic novels. Please see the site for submission requirements.
  • MWP is proud to announce that we are working with author Annis Pratt to publish volume IV of her Infinite Game series: The Battle for the Black Fen. Coming in the summer of 2017.
  • Moon Willow Press recently signed on Donelle Dreese’s eco-mystery Cave Walker, to be published in April 2017. Read more here!
  • Our tree-planting tally is up to 1,312 trees planted from proceeds from our 2016 Summer Reading Program as well as from donations by Stephen Collis and Michael Donoghue, who donated their honorariums from reading at the Eco-fiction stage at 2016’s Word Vancouver.
  • Thanks to three of our authors who contributed to the Winds of Change anthology, and by request of university professors who are creating reading guides for climate change literature, these stories are now free to read at Eco-fiction’s Green Reads site: Rachel May’s The Audit, John Atcheson’s How Close to Savage the Soul, and Clara Hume’s The Midnight Moon.
  • Ron Melchiore, author of our latest title, Off Grid and Free: My Path to the Wilderness, participated in the documentary Life Off Grid, which aired on BC’s Knowledge Network, and he is currently blogging at Mother Earth News.
  • Thanks a ton to the folks at for their interview.
  • Get the great outdoors vibe with our running and hiking blog.
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