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Patriarchy Blues Wins an 2018 American Book Award

We are thrilled to announce that Rena Priest's Patriarchy Blues has won an American Book Award for 2018.

Thresholds A Finalist for the 2018 Washington Book Awards

Glenna Cook's book Thresholds is a finalist for the 2018 Washington State Book Awards

Group Reading at Open Books

Please join 10 Moonpath Press authors for a group reading at Open Books, Seattle, WA.

Saturday, November 3rd from 7:00pm - 8:30pm.

Authors reading are: Ronda Broatch, Glenna Cook, Risa Denenberg, Alice Derry, Lorraine Ferra, Christopher J. Jarmick, Carol Levin, Rena Priest, Raúl Sánchez, and Connie K Walle

Featured Poems and Books

"Ice Would Suffice" from Risa Denenber's slight faith was recently featured on Verse Daily.

Rena Priest's book Patriarchy Blues was featured in article about Native women to read Female Native authors for your reading list [Crosscut]

Rena Preist's poem "The Rental Dog" was featured on Verse Daily.


Recently Released

Mostly Luck by Lorraine Healy of Whidbey Island, WA

How We Move Toward Light by Michael Magee of Tacoma, WA

An Undercurrent of Jitters by Carol Levin of Seattle, WA

What's Left by Connie K Walle of Tacoma, WA

Between Darkness & Trust by Lorraine Ferra of Port Townsend, WA

Moonless Grief by Sally Albiso, Port Angeles, WA

slight faith by Risa Denenberg, Olympic Peninsula, WA

They Were Called Records, Kids by James Rodgers of Pacific, WA

Villain Songs by Tammy Robacker of Beaverton, OR

Hunger by Alice Derry of Port Angeles, WA

An Exaltation of Tongues by Paul Fisher of Seattle, WA

Hitchhiking the Highway of Tears by Sheila Nickerson of Bellingham, WA

In the Presence of Absence by Richard Widerkehr of Bellingham, WA

Thresholds by Glenna Cook of Tacoma, WA

Patriarchy Blues by Rena Priest of Bellingham, WA

Cosmic Egg by Brendan McBreen of Pacific, WA

Natural Affinities by David Hecker of Bainbridge Island, WA


MoonPath Press Nominates 2017 Authors for Pushcart Prize

MoonPath Press Author Wins Coveted Nautilus Award

Jill McCabe Johnson's Diary Of The One Swelling Sea won the Nautilus Award for poetry. The Nautilus Awards annually recognize Books and Audio Books that Promote Spiritual Growth, Conscious Living, and Positive Social Change as they stimulate the imagination and inspire the reader to new possibilities for a better world.