What’s the best way to design a book cover for a genre you aren’t familiar with? What if it goes wrong, despite your best efforts?
Fresh advance reader copies had their spines stretched one by one as Melissa signed first pages and gave copies away with her thanks to all the attendees, many of whom shared connections with the Asian elephants of Portland.
At the end of every winter term, students at Ooligan Press have the opportunity to become project managers (PMs) and department leads, and a year later, they must pass the torch to next year’s students. As managers are currently in the process of training their successors, three departing project managers reflect on the challenges and achievements throughout their tenure and give advice to future Ooligan PMs.
Sean Davis is the author of the memoir The Wax Bullet War, which he is currently promoting through book tours and readings. You can see him read at Powell’s City of Books on May 27th at 7:30 p.m. in the Pearl Room. The Wax Bullet War is about my experiences during war, my difficulty transitioning […]
Even though I am a member of Ooligan Press, I chose not to volunteer at Write to Publish 2014—and therefore attend the panels for free—but chose to buy a ticket and attend as a guest. My reasoning was simple: I didn’t want to take any time or focus away from the panels and workshop I […]
Hi, everybody. My name is Kate. I developed Start to Finish. With the recent attention the project received in Publishers Weekly, I thought people might be interested to know the story of how Start to Finish went from a straightforward idea to the manifestation seen on Ooligan Press’ website today. While web developers have been […]