Raccoons are curious by nature and love to eat just about anything. Robbie and Ricki are no different. Abandoning mother’s advice they get themselves in trouble and learn a valuable lesson.
Felicity Sidnell Reid brings the Young reader a spell binding pioneer life story of survival.
Turn each page—elegy, ode, found, haiku, concrete, prose, monologue and more—the forms themselves turn in your hands.
The settings for David Pratt’s poetry are as diverse as their content and form
Jim Christy’s newest collection of short stories, Bad Day for Ralphie is sometimes idiosyncratic and quirky, often funky and strange but always poignant and emotionally provocative.
Power and Possessions opens with an armed bank robbery by a crystal meth addict named Marlowe seeking to feed his addiction. How long will his robbery spree last?
Richard M. Grove A.O.C.A (Tai) is an editor and publisher, artist and poet, and founder of Hidden Brook Press. He is the president of the Canada Cuba Literary Alliance – http://www.CanadaCubaLiteraryAlliance.org and the founding member of the Brighton-Quinte and area Writers Group. Click here to learn more.
Richard (Tai) Grove is the president of the CCLA – Canada Cuba Literary Alliance. He has made trips to Cuba for many years and has organized literary trips that included readings at the “International Book Fair” in Havana. He has been interviewed on Cuba radio and tv. To find out more: http://www.CanadaCubaLiteraryAlliance.org.
Hidden Brook Distribution is a division of Hidden Brook Press. Click the link above to learn more and to see the PDF catalogue of all our books.
The Home of Canadian Literature
Hidden Brook Press, founded by Richard (Tai) and Kim Grove, is located inside beautiful Presqu’ile Provincial Park, near Brighton, Ontario.
The press publishes mostly Canadian royalty / trade edition books. We have no specific mandate of how many books or what genre.
While we do publish some contracted books every year they are most often books for the academic and USA market place.
The North Shore Series brings to press quality poetry and prose by Canadian authors living, in general, on the north shore of lake Ontario between Port Hope and Kingston, south of #7 Highway.
Hidden Brook Press publishes mostly Canadian royalty / trade edition books. We have no specific mandate of how many books or what genre.
Please send, by email, your finished manuscript with a short bio, and a synopsis of your book. Tell us who your target audience is.
We have a selection committee that looks at all manuscripts so sometimes it will take a while for us to get back to you. While it might take a number of months for us to get back to you we will eventually be in touch. The ms pile is tall.
Because we are a small publisher we only accept FINISHED ms for publication. We do not have any editorial or copy edit staff. The author is responsible for producing the finished ms.
While we do publish some contracted books every year they are most often books for the academic and USA market place. All of our Canadian Literature series are royalty / trade edition books.
Please send finished manuscripts via mail:
Hidden Brook Press
109 Bayshore Road,
Hidden Brook Press
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I have long been a fan of April Bulmer’s poetry. In it we join April in her ongoing search of the why of her beliefs. Her readers are invited to take part in her journey. And it is a vivid, image-filled and beautiful trip.
As in her previous collections, April’s poems are threaded with vivid and moving imagery.
Reading April Bulmer’s poetry is a rewarding experience. She is a poet and person worth knowing.
Read, enjoy and be moved.