MudLuscious Press Closes
April 23, 2013 § Leave a comment
Very sad to hear of the news today that MudLuscious Press has ceased operations, and doubly sad because I was only just beginning to get to know their work.
From the Facebook page:
We are officially closing. This decision wasn’t made lightly, but suffice it to say, the time has come to shut it down. We’ve had the enormous pleasure of publishing the words we loved, and we couldn’t be more grateful for our audience, our authors, and all the friends we made along the way.
You can follow the links on the MLP page (http://mudlusciouspress.com/books/) if you’d like to buy any of the remaining copies at SPD, Amazon, or Powell’s. Some last Nephew titles are also available directly from us here: http://mudlusciouspress.com/nephew/.
Thank you all for being a part of what we did, the words we adored, and the books we spent so much of everything on. We are extremely proud to have had a small place in your literary heart.
J. A. Tyler, founding editor
I will particularly miss MudLuscious’s Nephew imprint, which published standalone stories and novellas in nifty stylish pocket editions.
Here’s hoping many new and profitable enterprises await these folks.
Edited to Add, 04/26/2013: One project that was left in the lurch by the closing, Gabe Durham’s Fun Camp, has already been picked up by Publishing Genius Press.