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About owl canyon hoots

Owl Canyon Press is based in Boulder, Colorado. We publish fine literary fiction, narrative non-fiction, and works of literature in translation. Our mission is to support new voices and provide quality English editions of international literature. Our goal is to discover books that stimulate the imagination and publish them with passion. We pride ourselves on our detailed attention to every stage of the process, from editorial review and design, to marketing and publicity.

A Little Compassion, Please

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A Little Compassion, Please

November 8 2013 Because this blog site is dedicated to “the love of all things books,” you might be wondering why we choose to dedicate this week’s post to the topic of poverty? (“Oh bummer” you might be thinking right … Continue reading

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Let the Madness Begin…

Gulp, sigh some of us haven’t even taken off our  Halloween make-up off completely and we are already looking at posts for getting a jump on holiday shopping……sigh, Oh yeah, almost forgot…November 1st marks the unstoppable march towards the holidays … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Vision of Angels, by Timothy Jay Smith

We missed you all last week on Owl Canyon Hoots, but think this review of Owl Canyon Press author Timothy Jay Smith’s “A Vision of Angels” is worth revisiting!

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The Value of Author Mystique

“I’d never encourage anyone to be a writer. It’s too hard…” Eudora Welty A little over a decade ago, a world-renowned author gave a much-anticipated lecture on his best seller at our local college.  It was (for this owl at least) … Continue reading

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Don’t Judge a Book by its Cover

As predominantly visual creatures, we all do it. How many times have you looked at the stranger sitting across from you on the train or bus and thought (perhaps even with a degree of superiority or maybe even disdain) that … Continue reading

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Labor Day Weekend 2013: Sometimes You Just Have to Go Acoustic

Several weeks ago after a much-needed-healthy visit to the Colorado Rockies, I came back home and made a conscious decision to have my television turned off. It was time to give up my rather mindless addiction to vacuous fluff,  time … Continue reading

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