Write like you give a damn

We founded Ashland Creek Press because mainstream publishers were not interested in animal rights literature or eco-thrillers. And while this is changing (slowly) we wanted Ashland Creek Press to be a place driven not by sales projections but by writing that inspired us. This shirt encapsulates our mission. And we hope it inspires you as …

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Le Vert et le Rouge: The Green and the Red publishes in France!

Congratulations to Armand Chauvel, whose novel The Green and the Red, translated by Elisabeth Lyman, was published in English in 2014 — this charming love story has found a home in France, with City Editions, and is now available in French as well. Le Vert et Le Rouge tells the story of Léa, the idealistic …

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An interview with author Cassie Premo Steele about Earth Joy Writing

“Earth Joy Writing is about finding joy when we align our creative practices with natural principles,” writes author Cassie Premo Steele. “It is about committing to a mindfully creative life in collaboration with nature and, in the process, healing both ourselves and the earth.” In this interview, Cassie talks about the ways in which Earth Joy …

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An interview with THREE WAYS TO DISAPPEAR author Katy Yocom

We are delighted to introduce you to author Katy Yocom and her gorgeous novel, Three Ways to Disappear, winner of the 2016 Siskiyou Prize for New Environmental Literature (it was also a finalist for the Dzanc Books Disquiet Open Borders Book Prize and the UNO Press Publishing Lab Prize). Foreword Reviews calls the novel “immersive …

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Glimpses of THREE WAYS TO DISAPPEAR

We are so excited about the forthcoming publication of Katy Yocom’s novel, THREE WAYS TO DISAPPEAR, on July 16 — and even more fun has been seeing the amazing reader reviews on Goodreads, the first trade review (Foreword Reviews called the novel “immersive and multi-layered,” and the beautiful early reader posts (like this one) on …

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