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created on: 8/01/2010

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Coffeetown Press has been publishing the finest fiction and nonfiction since 2005. We are based in Seattle, Washington.

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Seattle, WA 98127

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Joel Cohen and Carla T. Main to discuss “When a Client Lies” and their novel, Truth Be Veiled 741 views
8/02/2010, 8/10, 6-7 PM: Joel Cohen/Carla T. Main sign copies of Truth Be Veiled: A Justin Steele Murder Case, and discuss “When a Client Lies.” Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP, 180 Maiden Lane, NY, NY. Free. One Ethics NYX MCLE credit awarded to attys. read more
 
Aida Kouyoumjian to hold July 15 author event for Between the Two Rivers at Mercer Island Library 440 views
8/04/2010, Aida Kouyoumjian will appear at the Mercer Island Library Aug. 15, 2010, to sign copies of Between the Two Rivers: A Story of the Armenian Genocide read more
 
Author Aida Kouyoumjian and Others Appeal to Congressman Dave Reichert on behalf of All Armenians 446 views
8/12/2010, On 8/11/2010, Aida Kouyoumjian, author of Between the Two Rivers: A story of the Armenian Genocide met with Dave Reichert, the Republican Congressional representative of Washington’s 8th congressional district, to urge his support of H.RES.252. read more
 
Matthew Freeman, author of Darkness Never Far, to Read his Poetry at three St. Louis Venues 418 views
8/18/2010, Matthew Freeman, whose poetry collection Darkness Never Far is published by Coffeetown Press, will read at three venues in St. Louis in late Aug/Sept: McDuff’s, 8/23 at 7 pm; Missouri History Museum, 8/26 ; and the Hartford Coffee Co, 9/4 at 7 pm. read more
 
Coffeetown Press Reissues Hazel Holt’s First Four Mrs. Malory Mysteries 461 views
8/27/2010, Coffeetown Press has reissued Hazel Holt’s First 4 Mrs. Malory mysteries in paper and case-bound editions. Paperbacks can be purchased from the US and European Amazons; bookstores can buy wholesale through info@Coffeetownpress.com or Baker & Taylor. read more
 
Poet Matthew Freeman (Darkness Never Far) to Read on St. Louis Radio KDHX FM: 9/6 at 9 PM 419 views
8/31/2010, St. Louis, MO: 9/6/2010, 9-10 pm: poet Matthew Freeman will read and discuss his poetry on “Literature for the Halibut,” KDHX FM 88.1. Matthew’s poetry collection, Darkness Never Far, is published by Coffeetown Press. read more
 
Coffeetown Press's Edition of Collier's Turn of Screw Available through Baker & Taylor 515 views
10/01/2010, Coffeetown Press’s edition of the Collier’s Weekly Version of The Turn of the Screw, edited by Peter G. Beidler, is now available through Baker & Taylor. This is the original serialized/illustrated version of Henry James’s classic novel. read more
 
Coffeetown Press Releases Sacred Ground & Holy Water: Travel Tales of Enlightenment, by Lyn Fuchs 504 views
12/01/2010, Coffeetown Press announces the release of Sacred Ground & Holy Water: Travel Tales of Enlightenment. Robert Martin, Editor of Canada’s The Dalhousie Review, has called Fuchs’s travel writing, “Gonzo razzle-dazzle verbal fireworks!” read more
 
Open Circle to Premiere The Cut, adapted from Dennis Milam Bensie’s Shorn: Toys to Men (Coffeetown) 580 views
12/07/2010, On January 14, 2011, Open Circle Theatre premieres The Cut, an adaptation of Shorn: Toys to Men, a memoir by Wigmaker Dennis Milam Bensie. Coffeetown Press will release Shorn on January 1. read more
 
Dennis Milam Bensie to Read from Shorn: Toys to Men (Coffeetown Press) at Elliott Bay Book Company 304 views
12/13/2010, On Jan. 9, 2011, Elliott Bay Books will sponsor a reading of Shorn: Toys to Men (Coffeetown), a memoir by Wigmaker Dennis Milam Bensie about his traumatic childhood and compulsion to cut hair. read more
 
Dennis Milam Bensie to Read/Sign Shorn: Toys to Men (Coffeetown Press) at Elliott Bay Book Company 520 views
12/13/2010, On Jan. 9, 2011, at 2 pm, Elliott Bay Books will sponsor a reading of Shorn: Toys to Men (Coffeetown), a memoir by Wigmaker Dennis Milam Bensie about his traumatic childhood and compulsion to cut hair. read more
 
Coffeetown Press Announces the Release of Shorn: Toys to Men, a Memoir by Dennis Milam Bensie 480 views
12/16/2010, Coffeetown Press announces the release of Shorn: Toys to Men, a memoir by Theatrical Hair Designer and Wigmaker Dennis Milam Bensie about his traumatic childhood and compulsion to cut hair. read more
 
Coffeetown Press Releases Peter G. Beidler’s Chaucer's Canterbury Comedies: Origins and Originality 486 views
1/28/2011, Coffeetown Press announces the release of Chaucer's Canterbury Comedies: Origins and Originality, by Peter G. Beidler, a collection of essays representing nearly 40 years of scholarly research. read more
 
Coffeetown Press Announces Multi-City Book Tour for TORN: True Stories of Modern Motherhood 757 views
4/14/2011, Coffeetown Press announced today a multi-city, nationwide book tour for TORN: True Stories of Kids, Career & the Conflict of Modern Motherhood. For more information, go to www.BookTour.com. read more
 
Elliott Bay Sponsors 5-14 Event for Coffeetown Press’s TORN: True Stories of Motherhood 426 views
4/27/2011, 5-14-2011; 5 p.m. Seattle’s Elliott Bay Books sponsors an author event for TORN: True Stories of Kids, Career & the Conflict of Modern Motherhood, edited by Samantha Parent Walravens. Contributor Kezia Willingham will read an excerpt from her story. read more
 
Coffeetown Press Releases Peter G. Beidler’s A Student Guide to Chaucer’s Middle English 494 views
6/01/2011, Coffeetown Press has published an invaluable reference booklet for students and fans of Chaucer, written by renowned Chaucerian scholar Peter G. Beidler and refined over forty years of teaching. read more
 
Coffeetown’s TORN, by Samantha Parent Walravens, is a hit with Moms Everywhere 527 views
6/16/2011, From TV and radio appearances by editor Walravens and her 47 contributors to print interviews and book-signing events, TORN is creating quite a stir, and the momentum shows no sign of letting up. read more
 
Coffeetown Releases A Reader’s Companion to J.D. Salinger’s Catcher in the Rye, 2nd Edition 447 views
6/16/2011, Coffeetown Press announces the release of the 2nd edition of A Reader’s Companion to J.D. Salinger’s Catcher in the Rye, by Peter G. Beidler, a valuable resource for students and Salinger fans. read more
 
The Mom’s Choice Awards Names TORN (Coffeetown Press) Among Best In Family-Friendly Products 407 views
7/26/2011, The Mom’s Choice Awards has named TORN: True Stories of Kids, Career & the Conflict of Modern Motherhood, by Samantha Parent Walravens, among the best in family-friendly media, products and services. read more
 
Coffeetown Press Announces the Release of The Nineteenth Century Horse Doctor, by Heindel and rapp 454 views
8/12/2011, In The Nineteenth Century Horse Doctor, Drs. Heindel and Rapp translate and analyze over 100 veterinary recipes in early 19th century Pferdartz from the Moravian and Pennsylvania Dutch traditions. read more
 
Coffeetown Press Releases Destination Tent City, AZ, a Memoir About the Aftermath of a DUI 575 views
8/15/2011, Destination Tent City, AZ (ISBN: 978-1-60381-109-5, $11.95, 168 pp), is an account of one woman’s harrowing experiences after she is arrested for drinking and driving, “as told to” Mark Feuerer. read more
 
Coffeetown Releases 2nd Edition of Aida Kouyoumjian’s Between the Two Rivers 522 views
9/29/2011, Told by Mannig’s daughter, Between the Two Rivers is a candid and moving account of a mother’s triumph over adversity. This revised second edition includes a map and photographs. read more
 
Coffeetown Releases Gas Drilling and the Fracking of a Marriage by Stephanie Hamel 586 views
10/17/2011, Gas Drilling and the Fracking of a Marriage, by Stephanie C. Hamel, is a memoir about an environmental scientist who is tempted to betray her ideals by the promise of extravagant royalties. read more
 
Coffeetown Releases New Poetry Collection by Matthew Freeman 484 views
11/10/2011, Coffeetown Press is proud to announce the release The Boulevard of Broken Discourse, a book of poems by St. Louis poet Matthew Freeman. Coffeetown published Darkness Never Far in 2010. read more
 
Coffeetown Announces the Release of Jack Remick’s The Deification: An Homage to the Beat Poets 423 views
12/14/2011, Coffeetown Press is proud to announce the release of The Deification, a picaresque novel by Seattle author Jack Remick that pays homage to the legendary San Francisco beat poets. read more
 
Coffeetown Announces the Release of Risk Teaching: a Popular Professor Shares his Insights 388 views
12/14/2011, Risk Teaching: Reflections from Inside and Outside the Classroom, by Peter G. Beidler, is a retrospective of an award-winning professor’s career offering valuable insights for students and teachers. read more
 
Books 5-7 of Hazel Holt’s Mrs. Malory Mysteries Will Soon Be Back in Print 463 views
12/15/2011, Coffeetown Press has reprinted Murder on Campus, book 5 of Hazel Holt’s Mrs. Malory mystery series. Books 6 and 7 will be available early in 2012. Books 1-4 have new covers starring JoJo the Cat. read more
 
Matthew Freeman to Hold Author Event for New Poetry Collection from Coffeetown Press 538 views
12/22/2011, On January 23, 2012, at 7 p.m., poet Matthew Freeman will be reading and signing copies of his new collection, The Boulevard of Broken Discourse. The event will take place at Duff’s Restaurant in St Louis. read more
 
Author Aida Kouyoumjian to speak about how her mother survived the Armenian Genocide 459 views
4/10/2012, April 21 and 24, 2012, 7 p.m.: Aida Kouyoumjian will speak about her book, Between the Two Rivers: a Story of the Armenian Genocide (Coffeetown), an account of her mother’s triumph over adversity. read more
 
Coffeetown Press Announces the Release of A Kosher Dating Odyssey, by Van Wallach 400 views
4/16/2012, Van Wallach’s A Kosher Dating Odyssey is a humorous memoir about the special challenges of dating when you’re an ex-Baptist Jewish intellectual single guy. read more
 
Coffeetown Announces the Release of Jack Remick’s Coming-of-Age Novel, Valley Boy 429 views
5/14/2012, Coffeetown Press’s latest release, the novel Valley Boy, covers a year in the life of a third-generation Okie teenager who is struggling with the stigma of his heritage. read more
 
Fans and Friends Hold Memorial for Poet Dorothea Grossman 421 views
7/12/2012, A memorial for poet Dottie Grossman, whose collection The Fun of Speaking English was recently published by Coffeetown Press, will take place on July 29, 2012 in Glendale, CA. She died May 6. read more
 
Tom Holt’s Lucia in Wartime is Back in Print 395 views
8/01/2012, Coffeetown Press has reprinted Lucia in Wartime. First published in 1985, this satirical novel is one of novelist Tom Holt’s two official sequels to E.F. Benson’s ever popular Lucia series. read more
 
Coffeetown Press Releases One Gay American: a Coming-of-Age Memoir by Dennis Milam Bensie 428 views
9/06/2012, One Gay American is a memoir by theatrical wigmaker Dennis Milam Bensie about growing up gay in small-town America. read more
 
Coffeetown Releases Being Fruitful without Multiplying: Stories and Essays from around the World 374 views
10/11/2012, Being Fruitful without Multiplying is an anthology of true stories by many women and a few men revolving around the elements of nature and nurture that led to their decisions not to procreate. read more
 
Army of the Potomac a Finalist in the 2013 Next Generation Indie Book Awards 388 views
6/07/2013, Army of the Potomac, Prof. Emeritus Peter G. Beidler’s slice of history from the American Civil War as revealed in the letters of his great grandfather, is a finalist in the military category of the 2013 Next Generation Indie Book Awards. read more
 
Coffeetown Press Releases a Kindle Single by Author Tom Holt: “Lucia and the Diplomatic Incident” 343 views
9/19/2013, This story by British novelist Tom Holt is a fresh new adventure in the Lucia and Mapp series based on the novels of E.F. Benson. It was originally published in the Benson Society Magazine in 1997. read more
 
Coffeetown Press Announces the January Release of Sirocco: Life in the Twilight of French Algeria 356 views
11/13/2013, Sirocco: A French Girl Comes of Age in War-Torn Algeria is a memoir by Danielle A. Dahl about her adventures growing up under threat of terrorism. read more
 
Michael Landweber, author of WE (Coffeetown Press), wins ForeWord Magazine’s Debut Novelist Award 352 views
11/14/2013, 5 Stars: “Mesmerizing.... a page-turner that will captivate even a jaded critic.” Michael Landweber has won ForeWord’s Debut Novelist Award, which includes a free Clarion Review, for his novel, WE. read more
 
Coffeetown Press To Reprint How to Survive Being Alive, a Classic Guide to Coping with Stress 411 views
1/28/2014, Coming March 1, 2014. After the original 1977 publication of this book, many more doctors began to consider their patients’ mental states, rather than simply treating symptoms. read more
 
Coffeetown Press to Release So You Think You’re Crazy, Comfort for an Anxious World 347 views
2/20/2014, Coming April 1, 2014: in his new book, psychologist Frank Machovec defines the true meaning of “crazy” and suggests methods of coping with anxiety in the 21st century. read more
 
Four Coffeetown Press Titles Are Finalists in Foreword's 2013 Book of the Year Contest 512 views
3/13/2014, ForeWord Magazine selects Badges, Bear and Eagles, Gabriela and The Widow, The Spy’s Little Zonbi, and We in its search for the best indie books of 2013. read more
 
Coffeetown to Release The Devil Takes Half in August: Sudden Violence Rouses a Sleepy Greek Island 331 views
6/24/2014, In Leta Serafim’s debut mystery/suspense novel, a police officer with domestic problems and no experience with homicide sets out to solve the mystery of the demise of a beautiful archeologist. read more
 
Trevis L. Gleason Returns to Seattle in March to Promote his Memoir, Chef Interrupted 314 views
2/17/2015, In March, 2015, former Seattle chef Trevis L. Gleason will visit the Pacific Northwest to promote his memoir. After being diagnosed with MS, he pursued a long-postponed dream by renting a cottage in Ireland for a winter. read more
 
Coffeetown’s Novel Eating Owen Based on Events also Dramatized in Movie, In the Heart of the Sea 144 views
12/15/2015, In 2010 Coffeetown released a novel by Anne E. Beidler based on the mystery of the Nantucket ship Essex titled, Eating Owen. In the Heart of the Sea tells another version of the story. read more
 
Hush Now, Don't Explain, By Dennis Must, Now Available In Audiobook 134 views
2/22/2017, The audiobook of the classic novel Hush Now, Don’t Explain, winner of the 2014 Dactyl Foundation Award, is narrated by voiceover artist Annette Romano, a respected theatrical actor and veteran of many commercials and industrials. read more
 
Jack Remick’s Gabriela and The Widow Now Available in Audiobook 113 views
3/23/2017, The audiobook of the classic novel Gabriela and The Widow (Coffeetown Press, 2013), Montaigne Medal Finalist, is narrated by voiceover artist Annette Romano, who is also a respected theatrical actor. read more
 


 
 
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