Who we are, what we do, and why we do it...that kind of stuff.
WHO WE ARE
SHADOWRIDGE PRESS is a specialty small press dedicated to an eclectic selection of new and old, fiction and non-fiction, in the trade paperback format aimed at readers, not collectors. Sure, we love beautiful, slip-cased limited editions (and may do a few), but our goal is to get books into the hands of people who want to read, avoiding the already-crowded market of beautiful tomes that are just too expensive and valuable to crack the cover open and peruse. While we have offered some e-books in the past, our primary interest is perpetuating the use and appreciation of appealing, well-designed, honest-to-God printed-on-paper books. We came into existence in 2012, with our initial publication of The Proteus Cure, a collaboration between F. Paul Wilson and Tracy L. Carbone with additional books following from those authors. 2017 saw a significant expansion of the press, and an ever-growing list of authors- dark fantasy legend Dennis Etchison, commentator, and educator P. Gardner Goldsmith, screenwriter Peter Atkins (Hellraiser II and III, The Wishmaster), New York Times best-selling author Stephen Woodworth, legendary author George Clayton Johnson among others. Also, such illustrious names as Manly Wade Wellman, Rafael Sabatini, Edgar Allan Poe, William Hope Hodgson, A. Merritt, and Edgar Rice Burroughs all have Shadowridge Press projects in development.
We are located in sunny Southern California, in a sleepy little hamlet just north of the hustle and bustle craziness that is Los Angeles.
Shadowridge Press books are available online exclusively from Amazon. They are also available through your local independent bookseller.
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We strongly support brick and mortar stores, and all of our titles are available at special pricing for retailers. Please contact us at for further details.
We are not accepting submissions at this time. This is subject to change eventually, so please watch this page. You just never know.