Q&A with Mindy Mejia, author of The Dragon Keeper

A  Q&A with Mindy Mejia, author of The Dragon Keeper Q: How did you come up with the idea for The Dragon Keeper, and how long did it take you to write it? Did you have a special routine or place in which you wrote?  A: I was on a business trip in London in …

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The Emergence of Eco-Fiction

The eco-literature (eco-lit) label has been largely associated with nonfiction environmental works, such as Arctic Dreams by Barry Lopez or Silent Spring by Rachel Carlson. But what about fiction that addresses environmental and animal rights themes? We began using the eco-fiction label a year ago. And we’ve collected our relevant titles here. (Amazon does not …

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What’s new with our authors…

Traditionally, summer is supposed to be the “slow” time in publishing (I still remember fleeing my office into the sweltering NYC streets at noon on summer Fridays) — but this summer finds us as busy as ever … not to mention our Ashland Creek Press authors. So I thought I’d offer a little update on …

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Bear 71

Take 20 minutes. Find 20 minutes this evening or this weekend and visit this website. Bear 71 is web-based interactive documentary about a bear that lived and died in Canada’s Banff National Park. And it’s told from the bear’s point of view. I’ve included a few screen grabs here, but you really need to dive …

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