Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Dystopia Press

I am quite excited to get to announce the birth of a new press. You may or may not know that I have written three books for TSTC Publishing. My publisher there is Mark Long. Along the way, Mark has also become a friend. He’s still the head of TSTC Publishing, but he’s also started his own press called Dystopia Press. And – drumroll, please – he’s looking for manuscripts.


Dystopia Press’ first book will soon be out and Mark is even more excited than I am. The author christened to be the first published by Dystopia Press is from England. If you come back tomorrow, you can find out what her book is about, what kind of books Dystopia Press will be publishing, how this new press got started, and what Mark plans for the future.

If you’ve ever had questions for a small press editor, come back tomorrow to read Mark’s post and ask away. While you’re jotting down those questions, zip over and read Mark’s blog for Dystopia Press and follow Dystopia Press on Twitter.

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26 comments:

  1. Can hardly wait! Sounds exciting! I'll be back tomorrow!

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  2. Hi Sylvia. See ya tomorrow.

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  3. Vampires really are out of favour at the moment, aren't they? LOL (Luckily I have no inclination towards them.)

    Bookmarked in my publishers folder.

    Elle
    Word 4 Writers on HearWriteNow
    Blood-Red Pencil

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  4. OOooooooh! That sounds really interest, Helen. I will definitely be back tomorrow to find out more. Thanks!

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  5. Sounds like a great new press. Wishing Mark all the best and I'll drop back tomorrow to learn more. Thanks.

    Mason
    Thoughts in Progress

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  6. Exciting news, will be back tomorrow to learn more.

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  7. Looking forward to hearing more about this new press, Helen. See ya tomorrow.
    karen

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  8. Will definitely be back tomorrow. Emma is part of the #fridayflash crowd and I can't wait for her book to come out!

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  9. Mark is very knowledgeable and open, so come with questions if you have any.

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  10. Very cool! There are a lot of benefits to working with smaller publishers. I'll check back in tomorrow. :)

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  11. I agree, Elizabeth. There are.

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  12. Okay you've got me hooked! I'll come back and learn more tomorrow!

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  13. Exciting stuff! I'll be sure to check it out :)

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  14. New publishers are always exciting. Thanks, Helen.

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  15. Interesting news, thanks for sharing. I'll pop back to read more about the English author, I love to read about my fellow Brits. :)

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  16. I'll be back tomorrow. I think this new publisher is starting up at the exact time what Mark publishes is very hot. Hopefully all those teenagers reading it will stay with it as adults.

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  17. Mark does seem to have found a unique niche - and it's one he's passionate about.

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  18. Congrats to Mark. He's chosen a tough field to break into but at least he has some experience which is better than many who try it.

    I'll have to check out his post tomorrow.

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  19. I think so too Alex. I'm not even part of it, but I'm excited.

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  20. Excellent! Dystopia is very cool. So are small presses!

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  21. How exciting! Definitely visiting tomorrow!

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  22. Great news, Helen. It is always good to hear about another small press starting up.

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  23. You have my curiosity going.

    Morgan Mandel
    http://morganmandel.blogspot.com

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  24. This post is interesting on several levels, Mark. Knowing your dreams, dreaming big enough, and following through--that's a powerful lesson for all of us.

    As for the genre you chose, it's one of my favorites for reading, although I haven't tried to write one. I read On the Beach a heck of a long time ago, but I still remember so many of the scenes from that book. I'll be looking forward your first release.

    Thanks for hosting a Mark today, Helen.

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