Authors & Artists

Andrews, Nikki – Nikki has worked as a picture framer, stable hand and crafter, but in her real life she is a writer, songmaker and hiker. She is the author of the newly released mystery novel “Framed”, set in an art gallery, as well as two science fiction novels (“Chicken Bones” and “A Windswept Star”). Several of her short stories have been published and two have been awarded Honorable Mention in Writers Digest Writing Contests. For nine years straight she has completed the National Novel Writing Month challenge–a 50,000 word novel during the month of November. Nikki is a member of the New Hampshire Writers Project and Talespinners. She lives in Wilton with her husband Dave, a gray cat, and assorted wildlife. Nikki Andrews

Bechtel, Matt – Matt was born just south of Detroit, Michigan (cursing him a Lions fan), into a mostly-Irish family of dreamers and writers. As such, he has spent most of his years making questionable life decisions and enjoying the results. Mentored by its late-founder Bob Booth, he serves on the Executive Committee of the Northeastern Writers’ Convention (a.k.a. Camp Necon). His first collection,Monochromes and Other Stories, was published by Haverhill House in 2017, and he has sold stories to anthologies published by PS Publishing, ChiZine Publishing, the New England Horror Writers, Fantastic Books, and Zsenon Publishing. He currently lives in the Northeast with the love of his life, his partner and fellow author Sheri Sebastian-Gabriel (and if you catch him with a pint in his hand you’ll notice that he always follows Irish tradition and signs his initials into the head of his Guinness). Matt Bechtel

Benson, Amber – Amber is the author of the Echo Park Coven Novels and the Calliope Reaper-Jones Novels. She co-created, co-wrote, and directed the animated supernatural Web series Ghosts of Albion with Christopher Golden, which they followed with a series of novels, including Witchery and Accursed, and the novella Astray. Benson and Golden also coauthored the novella The Seven Whistlers. As an actress, she has appeared in dozens of roles in feature films, TV movies, and television series, including the fan-favorite role of Tara Maclay on three seasons of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Benson wrote, produced, and directed the feature films Chance and Lovers, Liars and Lunatics. Amber Benson

Bowman, Elena Dorothy – formerly an aerospace software engineer, is an Honors graduate of Fitchburg College earning her BS Degree in Engineering and Management. She serves as an officer in the Massachusetts Chapter of the National League of American PenWomen. Her published novel “Sarah’s Landing-I”, which has won the coveted APA award for its audio book, is the first in a series of four completed science-fiction/ mystery/ romance novels. Her second published novel, is a Romantic Suspense/ Mystery/ Thriller, “The House On The Bluff”. Her prize winning short story “Canollies For Christmas” was published in The Lowell Sun. She has also co-written and co-produced a Musical Workshop, which was performed at the Merrimack Regional Theater. She lives in Massachusetts with her husband.

Brakeman, Lyn G. – is the author of two books “Spiritual Lemons” and “The God Between Us” both published by Augsburg Books. She is also the author of a blog which offers spiritual commentaries on various topics. Her intent is to articulate the depth dimension of people, events in or out of church without bludgeoning the reader with religious piety. Brakeman, an Episcopal priest, lives in Gloucester, is at work on a memoir she hopes to publish, and is planning to move to Cambridge in June 2010. Blog

Buja, J. Edwin – J. Edwin Buja has spent his life surrounded by books and has written everything from children’s novels to software technical manuals. With an MA in history he discovered early on that researching and writing hold the key to happiness. Who else would think scanning through years of micro phish to index an old newspaper would be a dream job? The King of the Wood is his first novel in the genre of magical realism, but it will not be his last. J. Edwin Buja

Cavallaro, Lenny – Lenny is the co-author of two nonfiction volumes and also the author of a novel and a novella, with another publication scheduled for 2009. He served as an arts critic for The New Haven Register from 1976-85 and as by-line political commentator for the Ipswich Observer from 1997-99. He was also the associate editor of The International Journal of Professional Hypnosis from 1986-95, and worked as a literary agent during the 1980’s. At present, he teaches English at Northern Essex Community College. Also a concert pianist and composer, Cavallaro holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree and was a top prize-winner in the 1975 J. S. Bach International Competition. Lenny Cavallaro

Christopher, Veronica – Veronica Christopher has been scribbling stories since she was a wee one, her first story put onto paper around age 8. It was a story of a bear trainers daughter and her bond with Maddy the bear. As Veronica matured, her stories went from teen angst and forbidden love to murder in rural towns and of the triumphs and woes of this thing we call Life. A proud New Hampshire native, she keeps her story settings local, mostly oozing with small town charm, but always taking you deep. There are issues many are unaware of and others avoid that are happening in our world. Realizing this, Veronica understands it’s the messages we send to others that matter. If her books make you think or treat others differently- as in, better- then her job is done. Veronica Christopher

Collins Malarsky, Jeanine – After 37 years in the world of business, accounting and computers, Jeanine sold her company and retired. With no other pressures, she sat in front of her computer and the story of her childhood poured out. “Black Raspberries” reveals a traumatic first 17 years. But, out of that chaotic and peripatetic life she developed a passion for literature, music and travel. Paramount to her adult needs was a loving and stable family though she had no clue how to achieve that. Now she is retired, has two wonderful grown children, a loving husband of 37 years and a new writing career. She is currently working on her third novel. Jeanine Collins Malarsky

Comtois, Pierre – Pierre is a newspaper reporter writing from Lowell, MA who has been editing and publishing Fungi Magazine intermittently since 1984. In addition, Comtois has contributed fiction to many other small press magazines over the years including Haunts, The Horror Show, Thrilling Tales, and Cryptic Publications as well as to such collections as Lin Carter’s Anton Zarnak: Supernatural Sleuth, Eldritch Blue, and various Chaosium Books anthologies. The author has also written a number of books including novels such as “Strange Company” and “Sometimes a Warm Rain Falls”; non-fiction such as “Our Lives, Our Fortunes, Our Sacred Honor”; and short story collections such as “The Way the Future Was”, “The Portable Pierre V. Comtois”, and the forthcoming “Autumnal Tales” from Mythos Books. Comtois’ latest book is “Marvel Comics in the 1960s: An Issue by Issue Field Guide to a Pop Culture Phenomenon” now available from Twomorrows Pubs. Comtois has also found the time to contribute non-fiction articles to such magazines as World War II, America’s Civil War, Wild West and Military History. A major new piece is soon to appear in World War II Quarterly magazine and a collection reprinting all of the author’s non-fiction articles is due out in the spring of 2011 from Sons of Liberty Press entitled Real Heroes, Real Battles. Pierre Comtois

Crockett, Jessie – A nearly life-long resident of the Granite State, Jessie naturally adores black flies, 98% humidity, killing frosts in August and snow banks taller than the average grandmother. When not working on her next murderous adventure she enthusiastically putters in her greenhouse, designs bento lunches and throws parties. She delights in mentoring young writers at the local elementary school. Jessie lives with her dark and mysterious husband and exuberant children in a village so small most other New Hampshire residents have never heard of it. Jessie Crockett

Daniel, Dave – Lives and works in the Lowell area, he has had ten novels published (St. Martin’s Press) and has a new collection of stories coming from Sons of Liberty Press. Dave Daniel

Davies, Robert – Robert writes stories about lobster girls and laser beams. Raised on a steady diet of weird paperbacks, Infocom games, and comic books, he has always wanted to be a writer (Well, actually, he first wanted to be a dinosaur, but that didn’t work out so well). When not writing, he likes to travel around the world, searching for the ideal pint and the perfect bookstore. Rob lives in Somerville, Massachusetts, with his high-school sweetheart Sara and two cats, Lilith and Tiamat. His stories have appeared/will appear in The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror: 2010, Weird Tales, Interzone, Shroud Magazine, and Murky Depths. Rob’s horror-thriller novella, “Hiram Grange and the Digital Eucharist”, was recently released by Shroud Publishing. He is currently working on his first novel, “The Bitter Taste of the World Snake’s Tail.” Robert Davies

Davis, Cindy – Cindy is a local mystery author. Her Angie Deacon series is set in the Lakes Region of NH. She is also a full time editor. Fiction-Doctor

Goddard, Mark – Mark played Major Don West on the 1960’s classic television series Lost in Space. He also starred in the series, Johnny Ringo, The Detectives and General Hospital. Mark’s book “To Space and Back” maps his roundtrip journey from a small town boy to a TV star and back again recounting humorous anecdotes about co-stars and celebrities. Told with humor and candor, his book gives the reader a roller coaster ride equal to any side trip the Jupiter II took on its way to Alpha Centauri. He currently teaches at the F.L. Chamberlain School in Massachusetts where he lives with his wife, Evelyn, and their son, John. Mark Goddard

Golden, Christopher – Christopher is the New York Times bestselling author of Snowblind, Tin Men, AraratThe Pandora Room and many other novels. In the comics field, he co-created and writes two cult favorite series from Dark Horse Comics,Baltimore andJoe Golem: Occult Detective. As editor, his anthologies include Hark the Herald Angels Scream, Seize the Night, 21st Century Dead, and the Dark Cities. He is one-half of the workshop and editorial services company River City Writers and one-third of the pop culture podcast “Three Guys With Beards.”. Christopher Golden

Goncarovs, Guntis – is a chemist by education, a historian by interest and a storyteller by passion. Throughout his childhood, Guntis listened to the stories of the idyllic land his parents had emigrated from and soon developed his own bent for storytelling. Combined with his interest in history, Goncarovs has channeled his research into his family lineage and history into three works of historical fiction, with several more in development. He has returned to New England, and has continued developing character rich storylines steeped in detail for the historical fiction enthusiast. Guntis Goncarovs

Hautala, Rick – Rick Hautala (February 3, 1949 – March 21, 2013) has more than thirty published books to his credit, including the million copy, international best-seller Nightstone, as well as Twilight Time, Little Brothers, Cold Whisper, Impulse,and The Wildman. He has also published four novels—The White Room, Looking Glass, Unbroken, and Follow—using the pseudonym A. J. Matthews. His more than sixty published short stories have appeared in national and international anthologies and magazines. His short story collection Bedbugs was selected as one of the best horror books of the year in 2003. A novella titled Reunion was published by PS Publications in December, 2009; and Occasional Demons, a short story collection, was published in 2010 from CD Publications. He wrote the screenplays for several short films, including the multiple award-winning The Ugly Film, based on the short story by Ed Gorman, as well as Peekers, based on a short story by Kealan Patrick Burke, and Dead @ 17, based on the graphic novel by Josh Howard. Born and raised in Rockport, Massachusetts, Rick was a graduate of the University of Maine in Orono with a Master of Arts in English Literature. In 2012, he was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Horror Writers Association. Rick Hautala

Hughes Jensen, Coralie – Having traveled since she was six years old, Coralie loves to place her characters where she has visited or lived. So far, her books include exotic places like Canada’s Newfoundland/Labrador, Tuscany, New Zealand, and Tudor England. Her latest book is closer to home, taking place in an early 19th century Shaker community in western Massachusetts. A graduate of Cal Berkeley, Coralie was born and raised in the California bay area, but she has lived in Oregon, The Netherlands, New Mexico, and Texas. She now lives with her husband, golden retriever, and tabby in Massachusetts. She has recently learned that her relatives lived in New England in the 17th and 18th centuries, something that helps make her feel at home. Coralie Hughes Jensen

Ipsen, Anne – Anne was born in Denmark and her memoirs draw on her childhood there and her youth as a teenage immigrant to the US. Her parents and she lived in Copenhagen during the German occupation of the Second World War. Afterwards, they traveled in the USA, finally settling in Boston, where she was graduated from Radcliffe College and eventually received a doctorate from Harvard University. Before deciding to become a full-time writer, she was a professor at the University of Minnesota for many years. Anne enjoys talking to people of all ages about her work, including the background and history of the places about which she writes. Anne Ipsen

Katsaros, John – Surviving a B-17 bailout in 1944 over France, airman, John Katsaros is captured by the Gestapo. Then he is rescued by the French underground in what begins a perilous quest for freedom through France and Spain. His detailed account unfolds a true story of grit, grace, and pure luck. The illustrated, 312 page tale is recounted with detailed descriptions of his French “helpers” and escapee companions while they hide from the relentless Germans and their sympathizers. Katsaros has resurrected the story after being sworn to secrecy by the US Government for 60 years. John Katsaros

Kurtz, Ed – Ed is the author of The Rib from Which I Remake the World, Sawbones, Nausea, Bleed,and other novels. His short fiction has been widely anthologized, appearing in Best American Stories and Best Gay Stories among others, and has been collected in Nothing You Can Do: Stories and Blood They Brought and Other Stories.Ed lives in New England, where he is writing his next book. Ed Kurtz

Lane, Michelle Renee – Michelle writes dark speculative fiction about women of color who battle their inner demons while falling in love with monsters. Her work includes elements of fantasy, horror, romance, and occasionally erotica. In January 2015, Michelle graduated with an MFA in Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill University. Her short fiction appears in the anthologies Dark Holidays and Terror Politico: A Screaming World in Chaos. She lives in South Central Pennsylvania with her son. Michelle Renne Lane

Larmay, Judith – Judith was born in a small mill city in the Northeast. She has been creating images most of her life. In the late 1950’s she studied painting for three years at Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, and recently, after five more years in academia, has gleaned a Bachelor’s degree in Visual Art and Creative Writing from Bradford College, Haverhill, MA. Painting and writing have been Judith’s blessed preoccupations. After a twenty-year pause to marry and raise two daughters, in 1978 her painting spark was rekindled. Larmay has since been producing fine artwork non-stop. After graduation from Bradford College in 1997, she began to write for publication. She lives happily with her husband of forty years, paints, teaches, and sells from her home studio. She is also represented by galleries and agents throughout the United States and the Virgin Islands. Larmay Art Studio

Longo, Stacey – a humor blogger and author of “Secret Things: Twelve Tales to Terrify” and “Pookie and the Lost & Found Friend”, as well as dozens of published short stories. She is also a noted editor (“Wicked Seasons” and “The Keeper: Awakening”). Stacey Longo

MacLeod, Bracken – Bracken has worked as a martial arts teacher, a university philosophy instructor, for a children’s non-profit, and as a trial attorney. In addition to Mountain Home, he is the author of the novels,Stranded and Come to Dust. His short fiction has appeared in several magazines and anthologies including LampLight, ThugLit, and Splatterpunk and has been collected in 13 Views of the Suicide Woods by ChiZine Publications, which the New York Times Book Review called, “Superb.” He lives outside of Boston with his wife and son, where he is at work on his next novel. Bracken MacLeod

Magliocco, Peter – was born in Glendale, CA, USA, in 1948 and educated in the public schools there. He earned a B.A. in fine art from California State University at Northridge. He’s single and a military veteran of the Viet Nam war era, and has worked in the security field for several years while freelancing his art, poetry, and fiction to various alternative and literary-oriented publications. He lives in Las Vegas.

Mannion, Michael – Michael has been a professional writer and editor for over 40 years, focusing on medicine, health and new science. He is the co-founder of The Mindshift Institute, a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization which has produced dozens of events since 1999 in New York City and around the country, as well as ten annual “Cosmos and Consciousness” conferences in Rangeley, Maine from 2003-2012. His Mindshift Institute also created a Center for New Knowledge in Northampton, MA which operated for four years, closing in 2012. Mr. Mannion was formerly the Director of Professional Education Publications for the American Cancer Society and the Managing Editor of the society’s flagship publication Ca-A Cancer Journal for Clinicians. He has been a staff writer for the New York City Health Department and also has written for many major conventional and complementary health organizations, practitioners and medical publishing companies. He has worked as a ghostwriter and editor on a number of physician-authored books. Mr. Mannion now edits and writes articles for the Journal of The Mindshift Institute. He has published two novels,Death Cloud and Colleen. He is also the author of Project Mindshift-The Re-Education of the American Public Concerning Extraterrestrial Life; A Maverick’s Odyssey-One Doctor’s Quest to Conquer Disease; The Pharmacist’s Guide to Over-the-Counter and Natural Remedies;and How to Help Your Teenager Stop Smoking. He lives in Manhattan with his wife and Mindshift co-creator, Trish Corbett. Michael Mannion

Mason, K. D. – A lifelong runner, K.D. Mason lives on the New Hampshire seacoast with his wife of 39 years and three cats. They have two grown children, a son who lives in Las Vegas and a daughter who lives with her husband and their daughter in Massachusetts. A lifetime of working in the restaurant business, sailing in the Caribbean and New England as well as hanging out with an active running community have given him a wealth of story ideas. Mr. Mason is the author of the very successful Jack Beale Mystery series of books and many people consider him to be the next Robert B. Parker! KD Mason

McIlveen, John M. – The Editor-In-Chief of Haverhill House Publishing, John M. McIlveen is the author of the paranormal suspense novel, Hannahwhere (Winner of the 2015 Drunken Druid Award (Ireland) and nominated for the 2015 Bram Stoker Award (HWA) in the First Novel category. His next novel Gone North is due in late 2019. With more than fifty short stories in print, he has two story collections, Inflictions and Jerks and Other Tales from the Perfect Man, and the novella Got Your Back. A father of five daughters, he works at MIT’s Lincoln Laboratory and lives in Haverhill, MA. John M. McIlveen

Moore, James A. – James is the award-winning, bestselling author of more than forty novels, thrillers, dark fantasy and horror alike, including the critically acclaimed Fireworks, Under the Overtree, Blood Red, the Serenity Falls trilogy and his most recent Seven Forges series. Along with Jonathan Maberry and Christopher Golden, he hosts the popular “Three Guys With Beards” podcast. He has twice been nominated for the Bram Stoker Award and spent three years as an officer in the Horror Writers Association. James A. Moore

Obert, Christopher P. – Chris is the owner of Pear Tree Publishing, an independent publishing company located in Bradford Massachusetts specializing in helping authors and groups to self-publish and market their work. Chris is also the author, co-author and editor of numerous books including, “The Next Harvest, Vineyards & Wineries of New England,” “Thanks for the Memories, the Serra Family Tree and Stories,” and “Reflections, a Collection of Poems & Writings.” He is the co-author of “Legendary Locals of Haverhill” the first book and flagship in the Arcadia Publishing Legendary Locals Series of books. Chris is the founder and organizer of the New England Authors Expo, the largest grassroots literary event in New England. He is very active in promoting the New England writing community and is a member of many different literary groups.

Owen, Dana C. – Served as a Police Officer for 27 years in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, retiring as the Sergeant Armorer for the Massachusetts State Police. From 1970 to 1992, he served with the Massachusetts Metropolitan District Commission Police Department (MDC). When several state law enforcement agencies merged, he became a member of the Massachusetts State Police, serving until his retirement in 1997. He is the recipient of several police citations including the Metropolitan Police Medal of Valor, the highest honor awarded. Dana holds a Bachelor Degree in Law Enforcement from Northeastern University and is also an avid genealogist. Shotgunned

Paradis, Susan – Susan grew up in Arlington, Mass. and went to Matignon High School in Cambridge and to the Massachusetts College of Art. Fast forward. Eight years, three children and one divorce later – I returned to Massart to get a teacher’s certification. The city of Haverhill hired me within a week of my course completion and I spent the next thirty years teaching art at Haverhill High School. During twenty of those teaching years I also worked as a freelance illustrator. The arrival of my first grandchild set the wheels in motion for this last stage of my career. I have seven grandchildren now and each one of them opens an unexpected door into my own memories of childhood. I’m just waiting for the revelations… Susan Paradis

Phillips, Dale – With four novels and seven story collections published, Dale has also published over 25 short stories, poetry, and a non-fiction career book, How to Improve Your Interviewing Skills. He took writing seminars from Stephen King in college, and has appeared on stage, television, and in an independent feature film, Throg. He competed on two nationally televised quiz shows, Jeopardy and Think Twice. He co-wrote and acted in a short political satire film, The Nine. He’s traveled to all 50 states, Mexico, Canada, and through Europe. Dale Phillips

Reich, Wilhelm – Dr. Wilhelm Reich (24 March 1897 – 3 November 1957) was an Austrian doctor of medicine and psychoanalyst, a member of the second generation of analysts after Sigmund Freud. The author of several influential books, most notably Character Analysis(1933),The Mass Psychology of Fascism(1933), and The Sexual Revolution(1936), Reich became known as one of the most radical figures in the history of psychiatry. Dr. Wilhelm Reich

Ross, Joseph – Teacher, tutor, advocate, college administrator, editor, writer, caregiver. All describe facets of Joseph Ross. For more than 40 years, he has been involved in working with and advising people of all ages. “The hardest part of being a caregiver,” he says, “is learning to listen.” Joe learns by listening to experts, doctors and other professionals. He has served as an editor for several publications and authors, and has been published nationally. In addition, he has lectured to groups and has written extensively. Joseph Ross

Scully, Cat – Cat is a writer, designer, and illustrator. When she’s not writing and illustrating books of her own, she works in publishing as a freelance designer and illustrator, best known for her world maps. Her first book,Jennifer Strange, is out on July 23, 2019. She lives outside Boston, Massachusetts, with her husband and children and very fluffy cat. You can follow Cat on Twitter or Instagram or visit her website.

Sebastian-Garbriel, Sheri – Sheri Sebastian-Gabriel’s short fiction has appeared in a number of publications over the past decade. Spirits, due out this July from Haverhill House Publishing, is her first novel. She lives in the Northeast with her partner, the writer Matt Bechtel; her three children; and an 80-pound lapdog named Nya. Sheri Sebastian-Garbriel

Spada, Vincent – Vincent is a writer and a poet. He is the author of the poetry book “One Under the Sun” and is the author of the children’s book “Said the Kitty to the Cat.” He also has a series of short stories that has appeared in magazines and newspapers. Vincent Spada

Tremblay, Tony – Tony is the writer of numerous short stories that have been published in various horror anthologies, horror magazines, and webzines (some under his pen name, T.T. Zuma). Tremblay has also worked as a reviewer of horror fiction for Cemetery Dance Magazine and Horror World. In addition to his print work, Tremblay hosted The Taco Society Presents, a cable T. V. show (also available on You Tube) that features discussions on horror as well as guest interviews with horror authors. The author lives in New Hampshire. Tony Tremblay

Vlad V – Vlad is the author of Brachman’s Underworld, Yorick, and The Button, and he’s appeared at A Newbie’s Guide to Publishing, Queen City Kamikaze (panelist),New England Authors Expo, Indie Author News, Open Book Society, Yahoo! Shine, Cool Roots (performer), Rooted (performer), Strange Amusements, Digital Journal and at bookstores and libraries all across New England. His background as a newspaper correspondent and freelance writer has earned him dozens of publishing credits for news articles as well. Vlad V

Wainwright, Paul – Paul is a photographer based in Atkinson, New Hampshire, who works in a traditional manner utilizing sheet film, a large-format camera, and silver gelatin printing. His work has appeared in numerous juried competitions and solo exhibitions, and is included in the permanent collections of both private and corporate collectors, including Fidelity Investments and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. He is a mostly self-taught photographer who brings to his images an eye for space and light, subtle details, and an appreciation of history. Working with traditional photographic media such as 4×5 sheet film and silver gelatin paper processed in a wet darkroom, he achieves in his prints a sense of quiet contemplation that comes from the slow, Zen-like pace of creating his images. Paul’s photographs appear in the book “A Space for Faith, The Colonial Meetinghouses of New England.” This book has 77 duotone images with introduction, essay, foreword, and preface; 128 pages, 9″ x 10.5″, hardcover with dust jacket. Paul Wainwright

Wilk, Dyer – Dyer is a writer and graphic designer hailing from California. His illustrations and designs have graced dozens of book covers, including multiple Haverhill House titles. His horror and science fiction stories have appeared in several anthologies, and many more are due to appear in his forthcoming collection, A Season of Dusk. Dyer Wilk

Williams, Betsy – Betsy has been growing, selling, decorating and teaching about living with herbs and flowers since 1972. Trained as a florist in Boston and England, she combines her floral and gardening skills with an extensive knowledge of history, plant lore and seasonal celebrations. An entertaining lecturer, she weaves stories and legends throughout her informative talks. Betsy is the author of several books on the uses and stories of herbs and flowers: “Potpourri and Fragrant Crafts” published by Readers Digest and “The Little Book Series” published by The Proper Season Press. Betsy Williams

Wright, T. M. – Terrance Michael “T. M.” Wright (September 9, 1947 – October 31, 2015) was an American author best known as a writer of horror fiction, speculative fiction, and poetry. He wrote more than 25 novels as well as novellas and short stories, over 40 years. His novels were translated into many different languages around the world. His works were reviewed by Kirkus Reviews, Publishers Weekly, Library Journal, Booklist, and many genre magazines. T.M. Wright

Publishing Links

Havehill House Publishing – Much like one’s taste in food, every reader has their own unique “literary palate.” That’s why Haverhill House Publishing has established our imprints — to assure there’s something on our menu to whet your literary appetite! Haverhill House is the “mother ship,” our primary publishing company that manages all of our genre-specific imprints. Twisted Publishing provides horror with a dark, comedic twist; they’re titles for those who’ve ever been told, “You have a sick sense of humor!” Mystical Words is our imprint focused on holistic well being (including philosophy, meditation, and self-help) As we strive to reach all readers, we are proud to provide books for young adults via our YAP – Young Adult Publishing imprint. And since you can never start a reader too young, our YAP jr. – Children’s Publishing Jr. imprint strives to put a book in your child’s hands.

Pear Tree Publishing – Pear Tree Publishing offers several different literary services to our clients, which include self-publishing assistance, book event planning, as well as book and business consulting. In 2016 PTP began acting as a traditional publisher for some of its client’s works. Pear Tree Publishing works with historical societies and other groups to publish their projects through a co-op publishing arrangement. PTP also offers bookstore services. Pear Tree Publishing has an online bookstore for its client’s books and it also has an online bookstore for client’s books that were not published with PTP. In addition to those bookstore services PTP can act as a bookstore agent for high end authors and celebrities at live book events. Pear Tree Publishing works with authors to attain their dream of having their book published, printed and marketed to the correct audience. This is a team effort between PTP and the author to create the best book possible for each project. And best of all, the author and illustrator always retain ownership of their material. From inception of book idea through the printing of the book to distribution and marketing and everything in between PTP can help you navigate the complex waters of publishing in the 21st Century. Pear Tree Publishing – Not Quite Ordinary!  PTP Facebook Page

Rosstrum Publishing – is a small publisher specializing in emerging authors and short runs. The company was founded in 2008 by Joseph Ross, on the heels of publishing his first book, along with his wife, Esther. Every title accepted for publication is edited and formatted by the staff. At this time, Rosstrum does not limit its selections to any particular genre. In 2016, Rosstrum Publishing became a division of The Border Company LLC. No change in management or operations has or will happen as a result. Rosstrum Publishing

Publishing Related Services & Organizations Links

New England Authors Expo – The Expo is a grassroots effort to bring together local New England authors and publishers with the book buying public. It also serves as a business networking event for the local authors, illustrators, publishers and printers. The Expo is very different from other New England author events because we encourage unknown authors and very small publishers to attend. For many lesser known authors this is their only exposure to the public. We can have a first time or self-published author sitting next to a New York Times best selling author. It is very cool because you never know who may be sitting at the next table! We always try to have a few famous authors and celebrities attend to help bring attention to our events. The NEAE’s events take place all around New England. The Expo has over 1,000 authors and publishing professionals, (as well as TV, radio and music celebrities) on its contact list. The NEAE is very active in hosting many book events including the Author’s Night at the Vineyard series of book signings and the Buttonwoods New England Author’s Lecture Series. The NEAE also hosts its main Expo every year in July. NEAE WebsiteNEAE Facebook page

Jason Harris Promotions – was created by Jason Harris because he believes in promoting people, events, and other things and helping to get the word out. It’s tough out there and getting tougher to get noticed. There are so many things drawing people’s attention. Let him help you get the word out about your book, convention, craft fair, business, or anything else you want the world to know about. Jason Harris Promotions

King Printing – A short-run book printing company and book manufacturer. As a book printer, we specialize in short-run printing and binding for self-published authors, individuals, small businesses, and book publishers. King Printing

Signature Book Printing – This book printing company has focused on excellent quality, smooth and easy customer service and great prices since it opened its doors in 1986 as a short run book printer. Signature now produces hard cover and soft cover books, books with both color and black and white insides, and prints in much larger quantities than before. It produces beautiful full color books, coffee table books, as well as runs of poetry, novels, and technical books. During this growth in capability, Signature has concentrated on its initial emphasis of quality, customer service, and value. Signature Book Printing

Tremblay, Stanley J. – is the owner of Find the Axis. With the experience in all the right spots, Find The Axis can help you produce a quality title from cover design and graphics, to page layouts, to optimized websites for your fans to keep coming back to. We hope you enjoy what you see, as our goal is to provide you with New York-quality products no matter who you are or where you are from. Find the Axis – Where authors and design converge. Find the Axis

Other Useful Links

Write Now – is a Haverhill Community Television show devoted to writing and authors. The show is hosted by Gayle C. Heney and is shown in many local communities. Recent episodes are posted on the HCTV website.

Great Locations for Book Events

Buttonwoods Museum – Located on a historic site overlooking the Merrimack River. From Native American settlement to the present, the Buttonwoods Museum tells the story of life in the Merrimack Valley. Visit the John Ward House, the Duncan House and the Daniel Hunkins Shoe Shop. Experience our hands-on education and outreach programs that make this unique history come alive for people of all ages. Buttonwoods Museum

Danversport Yacht Club – Nestled on 19 acres, directly on the water, Danversport Yacht Club is truly a New England jewel. Danversport offers expansive views, plenty of free parking, and upscale function facilities for any size group from an intimate group of as little as 8 people, to a large group of up to 650. Danversport Yacht Club

Haverhill Country Club – Founded in 1925, Haverhill Golf and Country Club stands out as one of the most prestigious and beautiful golf courses in the Merrimack Valley. Whether you are planning a charity golf outing, corporate board meeting, or the wedding of a lifetime, you will enjoy the peace of mind that comes with knowing your event is in the capable hands of experienced professionals. Haverhill Country Club

The Museum of Printing – The MOP is dedicated to preserving the rich history of the graphic arts, printing and typesetting technology, and printing craftsmanship. In addition to many special collections and small exhibits, the Museum contains hundreds of antique printing, typesetting, and bindery machines, as well as a library of books and printing-related documents. The Museum is located at 15 Thornton Ave., Haverhill, MA. MOP

Zorvino Vineyards – Zorvino Vineyards is a small piece of Tuscany located in Sandown, New Hampshire. Our picturesque winery is located on 80 beautiful acres in the middle of a New England hardwood forest. We are not just a winery but a destination, with a beautiful rustic post and beam manor house with a huge fireplace where we can accommodate events of all types and sizes. We have a wonderful terrace with flowing ponds and waterfalls where you can relax and have a glass of wine while overlooking our vineyards. Zorvino Vineyards

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