Reverberations Books Seeks Manuscripts

Deadline: Rolling
Contact: Gregory Graalfs
Email: [email protected]

Chin Music Press establishes environmental imprint, Reverberations Books
Santa Cruz, CA—3/8/21— Independent publisher, Chin Music Press, has launched
a new imprint focused on environmental issues. Reverberations Books will publish
writings on critical topics including climate change and environmental justice as
well as environmental preservation.

Reverberations Books founder, Gregory Graalfs of Santa Cruz, California, “has
been a close partner during his time in the print business,” says Bruce Rutledge,
publisher at Chin Music Press based in Seattle, Washington. “Greg has helped
shepherd some of our most memorable books through the publishing process and
when he came to us with the idea of starting an environmentally-focused imprint, it
seemed like a perfect fit.”

This collaboration will be an opportunity for Graalfs to combine his experience in
design management, print production, and publishing with his passion for
environmental activism. “I am appalled by the intransigence of politicians and
business leaders to address climate change and global warming,” says Graalfs.
“Publishing presents a means to address our pressing environmental issues that
feels true to my background and experience.”

Reverberations Books is looking for book-length manuscripts of fiction and non-
fiction. Please visit www.reverberationsbooks.com for more information including
submission guidelines.

Gregory Graalfs, Publisher
Reverberations Books
Phone: 650-279-7718
e-mail: [email protected]
www.reverberationsbooks.com
1549 Willow Court
Santa Cruz, CA 95062

Posted on March 8, 2021