Dealers & Librarians

We are a small publisher with a very new and forward-thinking business model.  The traditional distribution system requires too large a discount for us to remain profitable, and requires that we accept returns, which we have no facility or staff to maintain.  That said, we want to become as dealer and library friendly as possible.

On wholesale orders we offer a very good discount.  We are able to take payment via Paypal, most major credit cards, check, or money order.  We can create a wholesale account for you in our store, or you can order our print titles directly from us by E-MAILING US for details.  We are open to help, suggestions and reasonable propositions to develop relationships with bookstores and libraries of all types.

Our eBooks are available to libraries through EBSCO and OVERDRIVE and we are happy to arrange direct sales to library consortiums.  We have had successful dealings with several such groups, such as the Douglas County Library system, and are eager to develop more such relationships in the future.

We understand that dealing with us directly is more of a burden than working with distributors, but we hope that the variety and quality we bring to our print editions will make that extra effort worthwhile, and that – over time – our process will evolve, simplify, and become what all of you would like it to be.  We want to be THE most dealer and library publisher in the world…but we’ll need your help to make it happen.

David Niall Wilson – Publisher & CEO
David Dodd – Associate Editor and Vice President of Publications
Patricia Lee Macomber – Contributing editor


2 thoughts on “Dealers & Librarians

  1. do you still have a paper catalog? I work as the tech in a traditional library setting at the Adrian Dominican Sisters in Michigan, who are aging and dislike E- anything.
    if you do- please send us one…

    Catherine of Siena Library
    Adrian Dominican Sisters
    Madden Hall, Information Department
    1257 Siena Heights Dr.
    Adrian, MI 49221-1755

  2. We are in the midst of creating a paper catalog, but mostly we will be sending it out in .pdf… our business model puts most of the money in the hands of the authors, and that doesn’t leave a lot of overhead for things like physical mailings… we have a LOT of titles available in print though…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.