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Six Degrees Left

Classics, meet your new friend, Atticus.

MADISON, NJ – We started this press because we were interested in identifying works that merited a long shelf life, a life so long that people would talk about our titles for generations. That’s right, we founded this press with the wildly ambitious goal of finding “underground modern classics” or what we call Atticus Trade […]

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The Murky Art: an interview with Dan Cafaro, publisher of literary fiction

Being a publisher of literary fiction can sometimes draw a big question mark for a variety of reasons. What is “literary fiction” exactly, and who are the snobs that get to choose what it is? It’s easy to find ourselves in some dark waters once we try sorting “good” from “bad” fiction according to plot […]

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Announcing the sequel to Nazareth, North Dakota: Apostle Islands by Tommy Zurhellen

Announcing the sequel to Nazareth, North Dakota: Apostle Islands by Tommy Zurhellen

FICTIONAL RETELLING OF THE NEW TESTAMENT EXPLORES THE MESSIAH’S LIFE ON THE SHORES OF NORTHERN WISCONSIN Apostle Islands by Tommy Zurhellen   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 11, 2012   ADVANCE PRAISE FOR APOSTLE ISLANDS Like the miracles he depicts in Apostle Islands, Tommy Zurhellen’s new novel is a gift of wonder and audacity.  It is […]

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Atticus Authors on the Move: Spring Roundup

Atticus Authors on the Move: Spring Roundup

April can be rough. Rain, thunder, bugs finding their way back into your bedroom, spring not quite sure if it wants to be warm, or suddenly drop back to sweater weather right when you’ve finally decided its time to stop dragging that thing around with you because you’ve never put it on. Yes it’s true […]

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When you're working for change, an eye-opening book and a little vino go a long way (at Robin's Books and Moonstone Arts Center).

Atticus Authors Take the Mid-Atlantic by Storm

Our authors are on a mission to get out there and spread the good word when it comes to their good works (of literature, that is). Last month, Alex Kudera (Fight for Your Long Day) and Eric D. Goodman (Tracks: A Novel in Stories) set out across Pennsylvania and our home state of Maryland, stopping in […]

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Atticus Authors on the Move: November

The flurry of fall may be fading into the cold lethargy of winter, but our authors aren’t slowing down. As always, you can catch them all over the web and all over the country–you may even catch them giving away some serious prizes to gear up for the holiday season. So, before you slip into […]

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Atticus Authors on the Move: October 2011

As the harvest season settles in on the East Coast, Atticus is enjoying a fall of its own, basking in the ever-growing glow of our feverishly planted and published Spring and Summer releases, and gearing up for our 2012 bumper crop of delicious indie lit. From deep-probing interviews and essays to book festivals and statehouse […]

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The Scraper

The interview had gone well. Too well, thought Block. There had been none of the probing questions, the challenges to his veracity that Block expected from a legitimate investigation. Perhaps they were only observing form, going through the motions to give the appearance of due process. It had all been too easy, too polite. Government […]

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Provincial Minds

The Doctor had breathtaking eyes. Two teardrop-shaped orbs the absolute black of a dead universe. His gaze was both deep and pointed, as if through it passed an invisible line stretching outward past the farthest reaches of creation and inward to the infinitesimal depths of the self. His brows, straight and sharp, slanted upwards from […]

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