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Epicenter Press Acquires Coffeetown Enterprises
SEATTLE, WA; January 2, 2018 – Epicenter Press, Inc., announced today, the acquisition of Coffeetown Enterprises, LLC., which includes Coffeetown Press, Camel Press and Fanny Press imprints. For additional information contact: Phil Garrett, President, phil@epicenterpress.com, 425-485-6822

Jack Remick’s Gabriela and The Widow Now Available in Audiobook
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.

Hush Now, Don’t Explain, By Dennis Must, Now Available In Audiobook
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.

Best Outdoor Magazine Column” Award 
Author Steven T. Callan (Badges, Bears, and Eagles and The Game Warden’s Son) has won “Best Outdoor Magazine Column” award from the Outdoor Writers Association of California (OWAC) for the third year in a row.

Coffeetown’s Novel Eating Owen Based on Events also Dramatized in Movie, In the Heart of the Sea
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.

Four Coffeetown Press Titles Are Finalists in Foreword’s 2013 Book of the Year Contest
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.

Michael Landweber, author of WE (Coffeetown Press), wins ForeWord Magazine’s Debut Novelist Award
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.

Army of the Potomac a Finalist in the 2013 Next Generation Indie Book Awards
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.

Publisher Spotlight: Indie Groundbreaking Publisher: Coffeetown Press
“A Feisty Little Seattle Publisher with a Mission,” an article by Jim Barnes for Independent Publisher: The Voice of the Independent Publishing Industry

Open Circle to Premiere The Cut, adapted from Dennis Milam Bensie’s Shorn: Toys to Men (Coffeetown)
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.

Author Aida Kouyoumjian and Others Appeal to Congressman Dave Reichert on behalf of All Armenians
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.