An activist book publishing house trying to raise awareness and funds for human rights issues around the world.
We publish books in a range of genres from fictional short story anthologies, poetry, and non-fictional true stories. All of this is done to help raise the profile of human rights issues that sometimes get forgotten and/or are important. We wish to raise awareness for these issues, all while donating a portion of our profits toward human rights non-profits and charities that assist to improve the situation.
What's the story behind your latest book?
We had put together the book, My Whispers of Horror, in hopes to increase the profile on an important human rights abuse in ex-USSR nations. Women are often marginalized and mistreated in that part of the world, and often are still seen as though they belong in the kitchen. Even politicians have said as much! There has even been television broadcasts discussing how it is a women's own fault that she is abused.
This is a very serious issue and must be addressed, which is extroardinarily complicated when you have a nation that has its government combatting against organizations that defend women's equality... all while promoting organizations that work against that very aspiration. We must stand up and help women around the world, or else they may eventually suffer everywhere once more.
What motivated you to become a publisher?
To help better the world. There has always been a problem of sitting on the sidelines while atrocities occur, and I had never wished to be someone that does this. So we took action. We, a husband and wife team, started a publishing house with the very purpose of changing the world through awareness and fund raising campaigns by use of our book publishing efforts.
My Whispers of Horror: Letters telling women's true tales from ex-USSR nations (Book Trailer)
My Whispers of Horror is a collection of letters from real women in ex-USSR nations that tells their life stories, which include human trafficking, discrimination, domestic violence, child abuse, and more. This book will raise awareness and funds for the very serious issue on how women are treated in that part of the world.
As the war against injustices often feels like fighting within the trenches, as truly many deplorable acts occur daily against numerous individuals. And through such injustices many innocent lives are often lost.
Today we wish to begin the transition toward finally saying Good Morning to Justice within a world filled with much of the opposite. Standing alongside us are an assortment of authors and poets, speaking through their short stories and poems, on various human rights issues that are important to each of them.
Inside is a collection of poetry and short stories that eloquently tell their own woeful tales on social and human rights issues that are important to that particular poet or author. There are numerous poems from an assortment of authors that skillfully show their own emotional connection to such problematic conditions in the world.
This book gives you a photo centric view point on this popular uprising against an oppressive regime. The first of its kind on the market it beholds over 200 photographs of numerous photo journalists from Ukraine capturing the events from the very beginning to the uprisings in late January.
This is a collection of true stories from real women in Ukraine and Russia where they account for their experiences in domestic abuse, human trafficking, and many more serious human rights violations that they face. Such as a woman forced into prostitution by police, or a child nearly killed by her father for trying to defend her mother. Help make these voices heard.