An interview with John Yunker, author of WHERE OCEANS HIDE THEIR DEAD

Finally, the long-awaited sequel to The Tourist Trail is here. Where Oceans Hide Their Dead, which can be read as a stand-alone novel as well, picks up where The Tourist Trail left off (which is all we can say here, in case you haven’t yet read The Tourist Trail). Hailed as “an epic, gripping, charming …

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ACP is headed to New Zealand and Australia

We’re excited to once again be headed Down Under to meet with authors and readers. We have two events planned that all are welcome to attend:   Christchurch, New Zealand Writing about Animals: Literature’s evolving relationship with the animal kingdom November 10th, 3 to 5pm At the University of Canterbury New Zealand Centre for Human-Animal …

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Vegan dining in Melbourne & Sydney: Lord of the Fries

One of the best vegan discoveries during our trip to Australia was Lord of the Fries. (I should add that this was good for our taste buds, but perhaps not ideal for our health: Lord of the Fries is vegan fast-food takeaway: not the healthiest but definitely delicious.) We first discovered Lord of the Fries …

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Happy World Penguin Day!

One thing I’m celebrating on World Penguin Day is having met my seventh species of penguin: the little penguin. Ever since meeting four species of penguins in Antarctica, I’ve become a little obsessed: Next I went to Argentina to volunteer with the University of Washington’s Penguin Sentinels, counting the Magellanic penguins of Punto Tombo. On more …

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Announcing the short story collection Forgetting English

“Raymond’s prose often lights up the poetry-circuits of the brain…”   — The Seattle Times I’m pleased to announce that Ashland Creek Press has published the third edition of Midge’s Raymond’s award-winning short story collection, Forgetting English. In this new, expanded edition of her prize-winning collection, which includes a reading group guide, Midge Raymond stretches the boundaries …

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