The Western Eye publishing adventure began with coffee-table photo books. And handsome illustrated photo and art books are still our passion. But why stop there? We love good writing, in all its flavors. And so two years ago we published our first novel, by Colorado author Jim Davidson. And last year we added a new edition of Jim's first, prize-winning novel, Mine Work. We also jumped at the chance to publish several books of ski essays, stories and memoirs by adventurer and ski scribe extraordinaire, Dick Dorworth.
We have also begun publishing books of poetry. It's a publishing world cliché—and a true one—that there is no money whatever to be made from publishing poetry. But there is a lot of delight in publishing, as well as reading, good poetry. This year we added two new collections: I Meant to Tell You by bardic poet, Noona O'Riley and Maybe a Sonnet by Lito Tejada-Flores.
So dive in and read about our latest offerings via all the damn good writing links immediately above and left. All these books are available in handsomely designed yet inexpensive paperback editions, and many are also available as eBooks that you can read on your Kindle, iPad or other eReader device.
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