Announcing the publication of James J. Patterson's Junk Shop Window: Essays on Myth, Life, and Literature, coming your way, June 6, 2023. Preorder now!
Linda Watanabe McFerrin and The Legacy Book: A Look Back This past week we’ve spent looking at Linda Watanabe McFerrin’s literary breadth; she’s read poetry for us, shared stories from […]Read More
Linda Watanabe McFerrin reads “Noche de los Muertos” McFerrin is adept at describing the concerns of women of various ethnic backgrounds, from different geographic regions of America and showing that […]Read More
Hear Linda read from her YA novel Namako: Sea Cucumber Namako is a novel about a child’s virgin dance with the truth with lies and secrets. Each new violation of trust […]Read More
Linda Watanabe McFerrin reads her poem “Sakura no Sono” Rare is the writer that I know who has created her own genre… Linda writes with such verisimilitude that you’ll never […]Read More
A little about us...
Alan Squire Publishing is an independent literary press founded in 2010 to publish books of fiction, non-fiction, and poetry that are beautifully written and beautifully made, with the avid reader and book-lover in mind. We are committed to bringing to the public books of great merit that deserve a wide readership, and to forging a new model of collaboration with other independent presses here and abroad.
Our collaborators on various projects include Left Coast Writers in San Francisco, California, Chris Andrews Publications, Ltd., in Oxford, England, and the Santa Fe Writers Project, now based in Bethesda, Maryland.
All ASP titles are distributed internationally by Independent Publishers Group (IPG), the original independent book distributor in the United States. For bulk orders, visit them here: http://www.ipgbook.com/
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