It’s been a while since I’ve posted content on this website. Like most people who blog, I started with the best of intentions. I began posting a series of articles on independent publishing last fall. It didn’t take me long to realize my plan was larger than my ability to execute it, so I backed off in the hope of figuring out what I can realistically do with this virtual space. I’m happy to report I have a new plan. In the coming days, you’ll find out what that plan is. Before I begin executing it, though, I want to devote a few blog posts to some of the books my clients and students put out this past year. I’ll kick off my bragging festival with Opus Mei Publishers’ first release: E Pluribus Undecim.
Opus Mei Publishers describes itself as a collaborative publishing boutique of writers from the Greater Columbia Region of the Pacific Northwest. Its first book, E Pluribus Undecim, is an anthology of eleven short stories by Gil Tower-Meadow that tackles the ever-present issue of mortality from both the past and the present realms. Most of these stories take place in the city of Vancouver, Washington. The book itself is a beautifully designed hardback (designed by yours truly) containing fourteen illustrations by Portland, Oregon, artist Malcolm McClinton. It was my pleasure to both edit and design this book. For information on ordering E Pluribus Undecim, visit www.opusmeipublishers.com.
Vinnie Kinsella is a publishing professional living in the Pacific Northwest. He offers an array of publishing-related services, including publication consultation and project management for self-published authors, editing, and document design. More information about Vinnie’s services can be found at vinniekinsella.com.
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