On February 13th, Ripley’s Believe It or Not online comic strip marveled at Alexandre and Sonia Poussins’ three-year, 8,000-mile walk along the length of Africa. This amazing journey inspired their book, Africa Trek.
Ellen Sunden of West Lafayette, Indiana, just published her first novel, Domain of Illusion, with Inkwater Press. A fiction piece that uses symbolism to explore the health effects of tobacco use – Domain of Illusion wasn’t easy to get on the market.
Mid-March, Inkwater Press will take a satirical look at employee handbooks when we publish Welcome to the Company: (or What to Really Expect Working Here). An “Office Space” meets PowerPoint© guide, we think this book will appeal to the “about to be hired” and long-term employees.
Shannon Stephaniuk lives in Toronto and runs a PR agency that specializes in advertising and creativity. This holiday season she turned off her phone and email and stopped thinking about advertising. So, what did Shannon do instead? Sat on a beach and read a book about advertising. Read her weblog on The Happy Soul Industry at glossyinc.com.
Glenn A. Terris of Scappoose, Oregon, took 40 years to write Genesis: Revisited. Published in November, the buzz about this science fiction novel cropped up almost instantaneously.
On November 13, Inkwater Press’ Richard Boden will be celebrating the publication of his first book of poetry at Heineman Meyers contemporary art gallery in Bethesda, Maryland.
At noon on November 1 Dave Fox will present a free class on travel journaling at the Rick Steves travel center at 130 Fourth Avenue in Edmonds, Washington.
From 7:00 to 8:30 pm On October 27th, Inkwater Press writing service agreements author Dave Fox will present a travel journaling writing class at the Kirkland, Washington library. Having just returned from his appearance at …
Happy Soul Industry, Inkwater Press’ latest publication from ad man/ novelist Steffan Postaer, has been featured recently in several advertising industry publications.