Once classes started in September, we wasted no time getting the ball rolling on our newest title, WHERE WE CALL HOME: ESSAYS FROM THE LANDS, SEAS, AND SKIES OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST by Josephine Woolington. We kicked off the term by finalizing the title and are rolling ahead with the cover design and copyedits.
As storms brew in the sky eight months out of the year, so too do the erroneous desires of the fickle-hearted. It should come as no surprise that the Pacific Northwest is often the setting for thrillers and cozy mysteries. Recognizing the morose underbelly rustling sleepily beneath the state’s beautiful flesh, these Oregon authors are taking those creepy campfire stories to the next level with their Pacific Northwest cozy mysteries.
Books are a wonderful way to educate, inspire, and connect with children. Here are some publishers in Oregon that are here to help parents, grandparents, and teachers do just that.
Romance is an incredibly expansive genre, so it is not surprising that each author here offers their own unique take on the signature “happily ever after.” This blog features five romance authors who either hail from Oregon or lived here at some point: Lynda Aicher, Maisey Yates, Cindy Hiday, Catherine Anderson, and Elisabeth Naughton. From contemporary to historical, there is a romance book for everyone. Who knows, you may just fall in love with Oregon along the way!
Clarity, brevity, and utility were our main goals in updating our mission statement, and our group is incredibly proud of the work we’ve done. In moving towards our values of inclusivity, however, the mission statement is just the first step. Updating our mission statement is at the core of things that Ooligan Press wants to accomplish in terms of shaping literature and the publishing industry, and our work is still cut out for us.
Told with breathtaking imagery and imbued with compassion, THE STEP BACK examines the loneliness that sometimes accompanies the transition from adolescence to adulthood, which can take a true reckoning to overcome.