OVERCUP BLOG — Ruby McConnell
Posted by Brittney Finato on
Over the last few months, we here at Overcup Press have encouraged ways that you can support local business. From our Support Indie Bookstores list to our How to Shop Mindfully in a Pandemic blog, we’ve tried to provide opportunities to support your favorite booksellers and stores. We’re excited to bring you another opportunity to support local publishers! Eight small to medium-sized independent Portland publishers have teamed up to bring you a bundle of books to help fill your sparse shelves! Ground Truth: A Geological Survey of a Life by Ruby McConnell is a lyrical memoir of nature and the...
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Posted by Rachel Bell on
we joined Publishers Weekly and other small/independent publishers, organizations, and trade magazines to launch the #ReadIndie campaign. It's an opportunity for publishers like Overcup to highlight the range, importance, and distinctive character of the indie publishing community.