Things have been quiet on the RiverVision Press front for awhile. That seems to be the nature of small, or better, micro press publishing—at least our take on it. We’re either operating on screech, or between projects, when things slow down to a more manageable pace.
You’ll notice that the site has a new look. The old design was in need of a makeover, so once more, I’ve enlisted the services of old friend Jonathan Braden, now working his magic from the Lone Star State. We’re pleased to have his design work with Electric Leaf at our disposal. Another exciting news item is the decision to do a second printing of Moxietown. Our original limited press run back in 2008 is totally sold out (and has been for some time). Given the demand for copies, and in light of the upcoming Moxie Festival in Lisbon Falls, in July, RiverVision Press is pleased to make available Jim Baumer’s truly unique offering on Moxie and the people that love it.
Don’t be left out in the cold like others were the last time. While books won’t be available until the end of June, if you’d like to be sure to score a copy of your very own, I’d suggest pre-ordering the book after June 12 via the website. We’ll be allowing customers to place orders and books should be available for shipment the first of July.
Not only that but Baumer is busy working on some longer narratives—mainly essays, and we hope that we’ll be able to have an announcement about a new book later in the year.