Belfire Press was born of many conversations, much like the beginning of The New Bedlam Project. We bounced the ideas and plans off a couple of authors we’d worked with in the past and present. The answers to ‘Can we do it? Should we do it?’ were a resounding Yes.
On October 31st 2009, we announced the formation of Belfire Press, a micro-press owned and operated by a crazy Canadian, backed by a handful of other crazy Canadians. Our first title released April 1st, 2010, followed by our grand opening and launch novel on May 1st. Since then, we’ve gone on to establish a poetry imprint and move the webzine into either bi-annual print, or yearly anthology.
We publish novels, works of non-fiction and the occasional anthology or collection in both print and e-book.
Jodi Lee - Editor in Chief/Publisher
An editor and occasional writer, Jodi Lee has spent her entire life on the Canadian Prairies, which she credits for her over-active imagination. She’s often found slicing and dicing prose in her editorial work, or mucking about with book covers, graphics and websites in her design freelancing.
Tracy DeVore - Senior Editor
Tracy DeVore is a freelance editor, published in novel-length fiction. Her non-fiction work has appeared in a number of newspapers and other publications. She was the founding president of the HWA’s Indiana chapter, Indiana Horror Writers (IHW) and the RWA chapter, Gothic Romance Writers, Inc. (‘GothRom’).
Though she now resides in Danville, Illinois, Tracy grew up in Indianapolis, Indiana, and remains a loyal Colts fan.
Where to find Belfire Press online
Where to buy in print