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Ampersand Press

Over the years, RT has dreamed of running a small press; no small feat, what with the cost of paper, distribution issues, marketing, and last but not least, production and printing. Of late, the e-publishing revolution on the net has taken care of many of these problems. And now, portions of Gilgamesh and A Daughter’s Song and Dance are very close to being print ready. And best of all, The Rag Tree itself is producing material that has print potential.

So, suppressing a small shiver of disbelief, RT announces the founding of Ampersand Press. The press currently has a WP blog and a Facebook page, and hopes to expand its net presence as opportunities crop up. The publications list is short right now, and AP is not accepting manuscripts until the three books currently awaiting publication are in print and on Kindle, but next year hopes to be reading new material.

RT is a bit breathless with it all, but in a good way. More updates to follow…    RT


  1. September 21, 2012 at 1:18 pm

    Wow! Wow? Wow.


    P.S. Will watch with bated breath.

  2. September 22, 2012 at 5:15 pm

    margo: thanks for all your support; i’d be in shock, if i didn’t have the manuscripts to work on… eric

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