We are a very small press, and new. Our mission is to publish high-quality literary works that defy convention, deserve attention, and touch the souls of readers.

One thing we can say about our planned catalog is that we cannot wait to start reading what we are calling “gruesome collisions of form.”

It’s always tempting to issue a hotheaded mission statement or something, alluding to space billionaires and other booksellers, and then of course we’d pledge to be grounded, etc. But we are trying to avoid any manipulative or divisive rhetoric, even though it is the norm. On a much more positive note, we are elated to have found Lulu.com, a self-publishing vendor that recognizes that in this mega-corporate world of ours, more and more customers want to buy directly from artists and makers.

Thanks for tuning in. We gleefully anticipate becoming what we hope to become, and hope that you’ll join us on the journey, not as followers, customers, likes, up-votes, clicks, or anything else. We don’t want to issue “calls to action” to you or make “conversions” out of you. We want to make literature that will deliver you more satisfaction, and greater edification, than a moment’s dopamine.