A Print and Digital Publisher for the 21st Century
Happy birthday to Parkgate Press, 4 years young on March 7, 2015!
We are currently accepting submissions for fiction (literary, crime, historical, science fiction), non-fiction (biography, history, popular science), academic books (Ph.D. dissertations/monographs), and poetry. In addition to hardback and paperback titles, we publish ebooks for the Amazon Kindle, Barnes and Noble nook and Apple iBook.
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Thomas Laird's latest novel is published on November 14, 2015 from Parkgate Press / Parkgate Digital.
The Dancer in Autumn is a novel that covers five decades in the life of its protagonist, Freddy Janek. Janek comes out of high school with the promise of being signed by the Chicago White Sox, but he leaves school after his freshman year in college in Chicago. He is promptly drafted and spends a tour in the Vietnam War.
What will become of Freddy and his baseball dreams?
To read more about the novel, check out The Dancer in Autumn book page.
To meet the author, L. A. Patrick will be signing copies of Project Paranormal at the Savannah Children's Book Festival on Saturday, November 14, 2015. For details, see this link or click the image below.
Back Cover Blurb
It is the year 2063. Jeremy wants a Pan Limbic Universal Gadget (PLUG) in the worst way. How else can he compete with his plugged-in peers and become a famous astrophysicist when he grows up? But his parents have other ideas, including a secret genetic project which promises to unlock paranormal traits in their children as they enter puberty. A project which might explain the large number of near fatal accidents Jeremy has survived since infancy. A project easily invaded by evil forces. Project Paranormal is a mixture of time travel, an immortal evil spirit, and politics.
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Dirtyville Rhapsodies by Josh Green
One of Men's Health's Top 11 Summer Reads 2013, alongside Stephen King and Dan Brown!
According to Men's Health magazine, Josh Green's book ranks with publications from bestselling Stephen King and Dan Brown as a Great Summer Beach Read. See this link on the Men's Health website. Here, Josh's writing is also compared to Khaled Hosseini (author of The Kite Runner) and short stories by Sam Lipsyte. The collection was also a Finalist for the St. Lawrence Book Award.
"Do you really know your neighbors, America? Look again. Look closer. This darkly comic short story collection focuses on ordinary people caught in all manner of conundrums, fiascoes, and legal dilemmas, much of it their own stinking fault. Set mostly in Atlanta (capital of the "Dirty South"), Dirtyville Rhapsodiesfeatures everyday folks who overcome vice and personal tragedy, scoundrels so foul they attract news headlines, and the wayward souls who find salvation in society's crevasses. Some of them will weave meaning from pratfalls, devastating loss, and downright stupidity. And some won't."
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For the man himself, check out author Josh Green's new official website.
Desert Storm Heart by Thomas Laird
Desert Storm Heart was published on June 28, 2013 in paperback and May 14, 2014 in ebook (Kindle, Nook, iBook). Desert Storm Heart is a 'war crime' thriller by Thomas Laird set in Chicago and Iraq.
Please visit the appropriate page:
For fiction, see Dionysus Books.
For academic, see F Street Books.
For poetry, see Prometheus Poetry.
For e-books, see Parkgate Digital.
For hardbacks, see Parkgate Originals.
Parkgate Press is a member of the following publishing organizations:
Publishers Licensing Society (UK)
The Authors' Licensing and Collecting Society or ALCS (UK)
The Copyright Clearance Center (US)
Titles are released under the Public Lending Right (UK)
Registered under trade name Parkgate Press LLC.
Our titles are submitted to the US Library of Congress and the British Library.