Welcome to Aaaargh! Press, the small publisher where words come out to play. We bring you rhyme, reason, a few laughs and some of the best writing from the free spirits of the cultural front-line.
Run by professional writers and editors, Aaaargh! Press is a new small-press imprint set up by Paul Anderson and Anna Chen in 2012. We work to the highest standards to make your reading experience a pleasure whether in digital ebooks for Kindle and electronic readers or print media.
We’re launching it early in the new year of 2013, but the first two titles, Reaching for my Gnu by Anna Chen and The Guitar Geek Dossier by Charles Shaar Murray are now available as Kindle ebooks, and Reaching for my Gnu is out in paperback, all on Amazon.
We’re planning to publish more stuff that we like (and not just by us and our mates). Do send us proposals.
We’re a shoestring operation, but we can run to producing an ebook every three months and a 72-page paperback every six. And we can do tasty deals on royalties.
We’re after original 20,000-word pamphlets (which can be collections of essays, poetry, short stories and so on) and classics that can be turned into electronic best sellers although they’re long out of print.
There’s no subject-matter that’s barred, but we’re socialists of a countercultural, libertarian bent and we ain’t planning straight policy pamphleteering.
We’d rather run a very long interview with Lawrence Ferlinghetti than a diatribe on Marx’s theory of capitalism. But try us out.