Homebound Publications Strikes Landmark Distribution Deal

Homebound Publications Strikes Landmark Distribution Deal

Homebound Publications is pleased to announce that, as of May 1, 2017, Midpoint Trade Books shall be the distributor for our entire house and all its divisions including Owl House Books and Hiraeth Press. In this landmark agreement, Homebound Publications has achieved...
To Look Out From by Dede Cummings

To Look Out From by Dede Cummings

On April 11th, 2017, we will release To Look Out From by Dede Cummings, winner of the 2016 Homebound Publications Poetry Prize! According to acclaimed poet Clarence Major, “Dede Cummings’ poems in To Look Out From are breathtakingly vivid. Deeply felt, they often...
Minerva’s Owls by Mary Petiet

Minerva’s Owls by Mary Petiet

On April 11th, we will release Minerva’s Owls: Remembering the Divine Feminine to Reenvision the World by Mary Petiet Minerva’s Owls plumbs the depth of inner and outer consciousness as the new consciousness emerges. It seeks the balance we need to achieve through...
Letters from the Other Side of Silence | An Excerpt

Letters from the Other Side of Silence | An Excerpt

An Excerpt from Letters from the Other Side of Silence  by Joseph Little February 2010 Here’s the truth: Something happened on that volcano in Guatemala. I’m just not sure what. Steve was in the lead, talking with two teachers from Canada. I was trailing behind,...
The Results of the 2016 Landmark Prize for Fiction

The Results of the 2016 Landmark Prize for Fiction

The results of the first annual Landmark Prize for Fiction are in and the winner is: River’s Child by Mark Seiler! Mark Daniel Seiler lives on the island of Kauai with his lovely wife, Rebecca, in the little home they built overlooking the Pacific Ocean. His...
The Moon Reminded Me | Read the First Pages

The Moon Reminded Me | Read the First Pages

In her luminous poems, Ellen Grace O’Brian manages to braid contemporary moments of everyday life with ancient spiritual teachings—the sight of a hummingbird’s red throat, bread on the table, a couple’s quarrel, a mother’s advice—become doorways into the divine...