The Pipeline, Summer 2017 – Winter 2019


Shedding Some Light on Upcoming Projects

As we are working on a handful of new, but large, projects, which will see publication this December 2017, Spring 2018, and Halloween 2018, and Christmas 2018, our News and Updates are spare. But I did want to keep you informed and I do hope you are interested in what we are doing here at Wick Press. These books are going to be very, very cool.

Our Publishing Calendar for Q4 2017-Q4 2018

19th-Century artisan working at his “Black-Press” printer. At Wick Press, we like to keep the spirit of the origins of our trade at the forefront of what we do, whether print copy or digital, regardless of which century we’re in, 1890 or 2017. It’s all about the quality and the passion for good books. (History of the Printing Press/Tumblr Blog)
  • December 2017: The Greatest Ghost Stories Ever Told, Volume 1: Forgotten Stories from Elizabethan & Victorian Periodicals, Edited by Sangune Woods, Deckers, Colorado
  • Spring – Summer 2018: The Occult Detective: Origins & Monsters, Compiled & Edited by Max Black, Terra Noche, New Mexico
  • Halloween 2018: The Greatest Ghost Stories Ever Told, Volume 2: The Ghost Story Meets the 20th Century, Edited by Sangune Woods, Deckers, Colorado
  • Winter 2018-Winter 2019: The Complete & Annoted Works of Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu, compiled and edited by Wick & Sterling Montana, Denver, Colorado; Tampa, Florida

We are so grateful for our writers, editors, readers, and fans; as well as our business supporters and partners—you know who you are…a hi-five 👋 for believing in us, and our vision for a new kind of excellence in the digital book reading experience!

Wick Montana
Wick Press™
June 28, 2017
Elizabeth, Colorado


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