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I have set up my own small press. This is something I have been planning to do for a long time.
It has a name: Gloomy Seahorse Press.
And it has a mandate: to publish my own works (of course) but also a few writers who have gone out of print, or foreign writers who haven't yet been adequately translated into English.

I have the rights to issue the first ever low cost edition of the 1950 cult classic The Exploits of Engelbrechtby Maurice Richardson.
I am interested in publishing such writers as W.E. Bowman, Shinichi Hoshi and Jacques Sternberg.

Here is the logo, painted for me by Adele Whittle:



So far it has published three books by Yours Truly, including:
More Than a Feline (an illustration collection of cat-themed stories and poems)
The Gloomy Seahorse (my one and only poetry collection)
Flash in the Pantheon (a collection of 123 flash fictions)

All these books are (or will be) available on Amazon and elsewhere, but in the meantime they can be purchased from here.

I will soon be reissuing my book from 2002 Journeys Beyond Advice, among others.