George Parker publishes AdScam, “a well intentioned rant about the current state of Advertising, with particular emphasis on Big Dumb Agencies (BDA’s).”
A finalist for the 2008 Ken Kesey Award for Fiction at the Oregon Book Awards, Inkwater Press author K.B. Dixon continues to earn high praise for his work. On February 1, the Portland Oregonian reviewed the author’s latest book, Andrew (A to Z).
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.
Inkwater author John Cassell’s body of work is rather stunning when you see it on the shelf. After all, he’s written no fewer than seven books. His most recent tome, Uncertain Paradise: 1973 Part 2– The Latter Days, could finally bring this author the attention he deserves.
Career diversification is a term that’s creating an online buzz across the globe. It’s a thoroughly modern concept: follow your diverse interests, and learn how to turn them into complementary careers. Hanford Yang could be the poster child for career diversification. Already a well-respected architect, Mr. Yangs ventures into poetry with his debut, titled Endless Threats.
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.
With a bow to Maurice Sendak, Inkwater Press is celebrating the publication of Stephanie Snowe’s Meeting Mr. Wrong this week. Released for distribution on February 3, the book is making its way into the eager hands of readers nationwide.