Eventispress aims to publish a range of quality fiction and non fiction. It is a small indie press, a publishing collective with bases in Central Bedfordshire and Fife, where each author shares their expertise to promote success. The emphasis is on ‘local’ where the author has a ‘hands- on’ approach to making decisions and publishing their work. (Like most organisations, we’ve used Zoom a great deal during the pandemic.) Although, currently, Eventispress is not accepting submissions, and approach is usually often by referral, we will be looking for an author with very specific skills to join us this year in 2022. Watch this space!
Eventispress has brought together a diverse collection of authors whose books reflect a wide range of topics from non-fiction to short stories and much more.
We are fortunate to have two new authors who have recently joined the Eventispress family; one from Edinburgh and the other from Dunstable. Their books have been launched this spring. (See details on our blog)
We like to think of our approach as collaborative, rather than a cooperative, but the company itself is non profit making. Eventispress authors only pay for the services they need, (for example a professional editor), These services may be provided in-house or bought in, in discussion with each author.
Our fiction can be found in paperback and on Kindle (and on other e platforms), but our non fiction is only in paperback at present.
We are proud to say that three of our books currently raise money for local charities.
The majority of our publications can be ordered through bookshops via Gardners, the main book distributors in the UK for bookshops and libraries, but further details can be found on each author page. Until the lock down in 2020 some of our books were regularly stocked in local bookshops. All are available on Amazon and other on line stores.