In the summer of 2017, I announced first to authors, and later to the general public, that I was closing submissions due to time limitations. This does not mean I’m closing the press. I have found time now to put together some background thoughts about this move–which, like all decisions
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Welcome to our summer reading program, a series we do each year to encourage people to read our books and participate in tree-planting. We are working with Waters, Trees, People to plant another Memorial Forest donation from summer sales in 2017. The program goes from June 1 – September 8.
Moon Willow Press is happy to announce that Back to the Garden, a story written and told by me, under pen name Clara Hume, will be returning next year as a revised edition. This novel is being slightly edited as I have decided to launch Back to the Garden as
Every year we do something special for Earth Day, but the nature of our press is that we take special interest in our planet every day of the year through tree-planting, using sustainably managed paper, and focusing on books with environmental themes. This year we have a few announcements on
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
Tally: 1,587 trees planted Moon Willow Press likes to balance out book-making resources with donations to reforestation programs around the world. Note that donating to the good work that organizations do in the wild does not infer organizational endorsement from that party. It takes a while for trees to be