Written on May, 10, 2011 by in | Leave a comment

This summer marked our second annual Summer Reading Program, which ran from June 1 – September 8. Now that it is over, we would like to announce our winner, Joseph McBray! Joseph was chosen among the buyers of our books this summer in a random drawing. Moon Willow Press has made a donation, in Joseph’s name, to Eco-Libris: Plant a …

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Born in Louisville, Kentucky to Gerald (Jerry) and Janice Sands, John grew up in small towns of Indiana and suburbs of Chicago. John married Marcie Chism in 1984. They have three children and one grandchild. John dabbles in writing based upon a lengthy thought process even before writing the first letter. He considered writing The Lottery Winner for two years …

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Written on Mar, 23, 2011 by in | Leave a comment

Tom Hibbard grew up in a small town in Wisconsin.  He graduated with a B.A. from Amherst College in Massachusetts and began writing as a newspaper reporter for the progressive afternoon daily in Madison, Wisconsin, The Capital Times.  Hibbard has lived in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Kansas.  His writing has been published in many places on and …

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Follow young Julie Paris’s journey from her home in Chicago to a small northern Wisconsin town on the banks of the Wolf River. Julie feels left out of an impoverished but soulful community, and, feeling vulnerable and alone, turns to the great outdoors for adventure. Here she learns about the Menominee history of the area and lets her imagination run wild. It isn’t long before the cold November snow — and an unforeseen friend — fall into her life.

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Peter Magliocco, author of Texting Poems to Darwin’s Ghost, writes from Las Vegas, Nevada, where he edited the lit-zine ART:MAG for over 20 years. An article about him (and his poetry book, Ex Literotica) recently appeared in The Las Vegas Review-Journal. He has poetry in online and print publications such as Scythe, Gold Dust, Dead Snakes, Ascent Aspirations, The Beat, …

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Clara Hume’s first novel, Back to the Garden, a speculative story related to climate change, was published as an e-book in 2012 and as an updated print book in late 2013. She is currently working on revising Back to the Garden into part I of the the new Wild Mountain series. The second part, To the Waters and the Wild, …

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Written on Jan, 27, 2011 by in | Leave a comment

Anthony Wright was born in Melbourne, Australia, graduated in film production at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, and was employed in various occupations and traveled through 20 countries before settling in Mexico City in 1993. He lived and worked as a journalist before returning to Melbourne in 2001, where he completed an education diploma at the University of Melbourne …

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Written on Jan, 09, 2011 by in | Leave a comment

Moon Willow Press’s summer reading program offers free Kindle downloads all summer, and a contest to win a $50.00 Amazon gift card! Our program promotes reading and tree-planting.

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Ecologue was Moon Willow Press’s old science and nature blog. This community “ecological dialogue” site offered readers some cool stories about our natural world. Most of these were be in the form of tidbits, but I also wrote a series about the Great Bear Rainforest. At some point, time willing, some key articles will be resurrected at this site.  

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Written on May, 01, 2010 by in | Leave a comment

Note that this document is outdated. The Moon Willow Press Publishing Toolkit (Ed. 4) provides backgrounder information for Moon Willow Press’s publishing philosophy and offers tools for authors, publishers, printers, and others who want to follow responsible practices when using materials from the planet’s remaining forest resources. In the fourth edition is more information about world reforestation organizations and some …

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