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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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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Submissions are being accepted for 2019-2020. These guidelines are for both e-book and paper book authors. Moon Willow Press publishes fiction, non-fiction, and prose. First-time authors are accepted. Fiction Eco-fiction Fantasy, science-fiction, and other speculative fiction Eco-weird fiction Climate change novels Literary fiction Folkore/legendary Romance Mythology Non-Fiction Conservation and preservation Renewable and healthy energy Land, water, and air pollution and …

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Written on Oct, 14, 2016 by in | Leave a comment

Annis Pratt’s novels are full of passion for the natural world and enthusiasm for the details of everyday life. Her invented worlds are more realistic than fantastic, her fiction speculative about ways to live in harmony with each other and with our planet. Please see our previous interview with Annis, and about this series, at Eco-fiction.com. Her earlier books were …

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Eco-fiction mystery author Donelle Dreese

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Ron Melchiore (author of Off Grid and Free: My Path to the Wilderness), an avid outdoorsman, homesteader and off-grid enthusiast, has spent the last 35 years unplugged from the grid pursuing a self sufficient lifestyle. Some of his adventures include successfully hiking the Appalachian Trail in winter, bicycling across the United States, surviving forest fires, and being touched by “Gentle …

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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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