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Torrey House Press

The only nonprofit literary press in the intermountain West, Torrey House Press publishes books at the intersection of the literary arts and environmental advocacy. THP authors explore the diversity of human experiences with place and engage community in conversations about landscape, literature, and the future of our ever-changing planet, inspiring action toward a more just world. We believe that lively, contemporary literature is at the cutting edge of social change. We seek to inform, expand, and reshape the dialogue on environmental justice and stewardship for the natural world by elevating literary excellence from diverse voices.

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Lise Solomon

CALIBA/PNBA

lise.solomon@sonic.net

Ellen Towell

CALIBA/PNBA

ellentowell.kdg@gmail.com

Mark O’Neal

CALIBA/MPIBA

oneal.mark@gmail.com

Rachel Buck-Cockayne – THP Bookstore Liaison

CALIBA/MPIBA/PNBA

rachelleigh@torreyhouse.com

Michelle Wentling – THP Events Manager

CALIBA/MPIBA/PNBA

michelle@torreyhouse.com

New and Forthcoming from Torrey House

In this strange and extraordinary year, the power of story has become more important than ever, offering connection and solace for weary humans everywhere. Whether celebrating the US Postal Service and the galvanizing power of friendship with Pam Houston and Amy Irvine (Air Mail), ascending a mountain with Erik Raschke’s unforgettable father-son duo (To the Mountain) or excavating the stories and archaeology of a vast and wondrous landscape with R. E. Burrillo (Behind the Bears Ears), THP’s featured titles inspire, educate, and connect readers to each other and our ever-changing planet.

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A Conversation with National Park Mystery Author Scott Graham

Colorado author Scott Graham introduces MESA VERDE VICTIM, the latest in his acclaimed National Park Mystery Series. Kirkus Reviews calls National Park Mystery number six “an expert look at the great outdoors seamlessly incorporated with a focus on the hero’s family.”

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Lists, Collections, and Catalogs

Fiction
Nonfiction
THP 2020 Catalog

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