A Small Press, Don’t Stress: Why Size Doesn’t Matter

SwetaSVikram_Author Headshot_BrevityMagA rhyming title for an essay, you must wonder. Full disclaimer: I am a poet at heart; the crossover to writing and publishing a novel has been transformative, and I wanted to share some things I learned.

I won’t lie; it’s been exciting, humbling and exhausting. The release of my 12th book (but debut U.S. novel) Louisiana Catch, a story that centers around a sexual abuse survivor from New Delhi, coincides with the #MeToo movement. It’s on U.K.’s The Asian Writer’s “Books to Read in 2018” list. Frankly, I don’t know what’s in store for the book, but I do know that I have enjoyed the whole process and realized a few things along the way, specifically as it relates to publishing via a small press.

Read Sweta Srivastava’s Blog  post here 

Interview with the publisher

by Sherry Quan Lee, author, Love Imagined a mixed race memoir

Victor R. Volkman
Victor R. Volkman

As an author of Loving Healing Press (LHP), I have experienced opportunity, generosity, and most of all trust. The unconditional trust Victor evokes builds confidence, credibility, and motivation as author(s) and publisher work together to gather, publish, and promote stories of personal and global value.  I interviewed Victor Volkman, publisher, Ann Arbor, Michigan, to learn more about the motivation for, the history of, and the future of LHP…

Read the full story on Sherry’s blog