Paraclete Press releases second novel by Miriam Feinberg Vamosh and Eva Marie Everson

Paraclete Press releases second novel by Miriam Feinberg Vamosh and Eva Marie Everson Israeli tour educator and bestselling author Miriam Feinberg Vamosh and bestselling author Eva Marie Everson have released their second co-authored book: “Ahōti! A Story of Tamar” (Paraclete Press, May 14, 2024). Read More…

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Paraclete Press announces audiobook recording, editing, and more

Paraclete Press announces audiobook recording, editing, and more Audiobooks and More – Paraclete Press announces state-of-the-art sound studio recording and editing services by Paraclete Audio July 12, 2022 — Paraclete Press, a publishing house on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, has expanded to include a full range of audio recording and editing services, including audiobooks, voiceovers for video and radio, solo and ensemble musical recordings, and more from Paraclete Audio. With the flexibility to record in the workplace, at home, or in Paraclete’s recording…

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Paraclete Press signs Glenys Nellist for 2024 Children’s Release: Song of the Seasons

Paraclete Press signs Glenys Nellist for 2024 Children’s Release: Song of the Seasons In a nice deal, Paraclete Press signed Glenys Nellist and CB Canga (Shannon & Associates) for the 2024 release of Song of the Seasons: a rhyming, whimsical, faith-building journey through the four seasons — for early readers who love nature and wonder and the beginnings of all things.  Glenys Nellist was born and raised in a little village in northern England. The author of multiple children’s books, including the bestselling ‘Twas the Evening…

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Paraclete launches RAVEN Fiction Line with “The Book of Susan” for Mental Health Awareness Month

Paraclete launches RAVEN Fiction Line with “The Book of Susan” for Mental Health Awareness Month “Profound and compulsively readable.” —Silas House, author of Southernmost  February 10, 2022 —Paraclete Press launches its new fiction imprint, RAVEN, with an important release for Mental Health Awareness month: The Book of Susan (ISBN 978-1-64060-767-5 | May 10, 2022 | Trade paperback | 224 pp | $18.00) by Melanie K. Hutsell. Author Melanie K. Hutsell lives with bipolar disorder, so The Book of Susan is more than a novel: it’s a mirror of the author’s own story.   Hutsell offers…

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Paraclete Press announces one-month delay on titles scheduled for May and June release

Paraclete Press announces one-month delay on titles scheduled for May and June release March 20, 2020 – Paraclete Press announces a one-month delay on titles that were to be published in May and early June. “We have added one month to those publication dates,” says Paraclete publisher Jon M. Sweeney. Paraclete has five new titles – a memoir, two novels, a nonfiction work on Henri Nouwen, and a chapbook of poems – that are publishing in March and April. Those books…

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Paraclete Press announces short list for 2020 Paraclete Poetry Prize

Paraclete Press announces short list for 2020 Paraclete Poetry Prize March 16, 2020 – Judges Mark S. Burrows, Luci Shaw, and Jon M. Sweeney have announced the final “Short List of Three” finalists for the 2020 Paraclete Poetry Prize.  They are: Amy Bornman Deborah Burnham Laura Reece Hogan Jill Peláez Baumgaertner and Diana Woodcock are being recognized as poets of distinction and reputation who might easily have won the prize if it weren’t for the fact that the judges wanted…

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Paraclete Press announces its Sacred Music Division with Spring 2020 Complete Resource Catalog

Paraclete Press announces its Sacred Music Division with Spring 2020 Complete Resource Catalog January 6, 2020 — Paraclete Press is pleased to announce its Sacred Music Division. In the words of Sheet Music Editor and Gregorian Chant Specialist James E. Jordan, Jr., DMA, CJ: “From the earliest days at Paraclete Press, music has been a core resource and value. Rooted in Gregorian chant and the great traditions of choral singing from across the globe, Paraclete Sacred Music offers the finest resources, from…

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Paraclete Press enters the audiobook market with five new releases

Paraclete Press enters the audiobook market with five new releases October 1, 2019 — This month Paraclete Press is pleased to release five recent, bestselling titles into the audiobook market, with plans to release a total of 20 audiobooks during its 2019/2020 publishing season. Paraclete audiobooks will be available on Amazon, Audible, and iTunes, with plans to expand to other digital platforms by the end of October. The first five releases include two read by the authors: This Child of…

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Paraclete Press announces its new imprint: San Damiano Books

Paraclete Press announces its new imprint: San Damiano Books Paraclete Press, an ecumenical publisher, announces the launch of San Damiano Books: a new series/imprint focused exclusively on Franciscan spirituality. It will publish books for children as well as adults, fiction and nonfiction, spirituality and practical theology, books by vowed Franciscans and laypeople/writers—all with a passion for the spirit of Saints Francis and Clare. Two books will be published in Fall 2018: St. Francis and the Animals: A Mother Bird’s Story by Phil…

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Paraclete Press prepares digital and social media tie-ins for “A Christmas Carol” with original engravings

Paraclete Press prepares digital and social media tie-ins for “A Christmas Carol” with original engravings As the latest Hollywood hit, “The Man Who Invented Christmas,” opens this weekend, Paraclete Press is preparing digital and social media tie-ins for a new illustrated edition of A Christmas Carol that includes engravings from the original 1843 book. “Dickens is one of the most enduring classic authors, and this is Dickens’s most memorable work. We wanted to create a memorable edition of what is already a…

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Paraclete Press announces new Ronald Rolheiser book on one of the stigmas of our time, to publish December 2017

Paraclete Press announces new Ronald Rolheiser book on one of the stigmas of our time, to publish December 2017 The bestselling author of The Holy Longing turns his attention to one of the stigmas of our time: suicide.  His book, Bruised and Wounded, presents a new way of understanding death by suicide with chapters on: Removing the Taboo Despair as Weakness Rather than Sin Reclaiming the Memory of Our Loved One “Unique insights on the nature of suicide, its devastating effects, and…

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Paraclete adds Megory Anderson’s “Sacred Dying Journal” to extensive list of pastoral care resources

Paraclete adds Megory Anderson’s “Sacred Dying Journal” to extensive list of pastoral care resources This ecumenical book is being praised as a “tool to assist us in reflecting upon and expressing our wishes around dying,” by Sr. Maryann Lucy, OP, of the Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters of Wisconsin, and as “a gift that opens the heart to the deeper personal mysteries of death and dying,” by Barry R. Howe, retired Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of West Missouri. Sacred Dying Journal by Megory Anderson, PhD,…

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Paraclete Press releases Christmas book for children on ethnicity and faith as national conversations about race continue

Paraclete Press releases Christmas book for children on ethnicity and faith as national conversations about race continue Just last week, Paraclete began shipping copies of That Baby in the Manger by Anne Neuberger and illustrated by Chloe E. Pitkoff. This new book answers the question: how can children of a variety of ethnicities in the 21st century identify with the baby Jesus who came to earth into a very different culture, centuries ago. After reading this book, “you and your children will…

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Paraclete signs two industry veterans to big books for 2018

Paraclete signs two industry veterans to big books for 2018 Paraclete Press has signed Bert Ghezzi, bestselling author, popular editor, and author of more than twenty books, to a new edition of a book first published a generation ago. The Angry Christian sold 60,000 copies in its original run twenty-five years ago, and is set to be reissued in April of next year, with a foreword by Brandon Vogt.  Phrases such as “culture of anger” have come to describe much of our world…

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On the 20th anniversary of Mother Teresa’s death Paraclete Press title passes 20,000 copies in sales; Excerpted by Fox News

On the 20th anniversary of Mother Teresa’s death Paraclete Press title passes 20,000 copies in sales; Excerpted by Fox News Twenty years after the death of Mother Teresa, I Loved Jesus in the Night: Teresa of Calcutta, A Secret Revealed (Paraclete Press) has broken 20,000 copies in sales and was excerpted this past week on the Fox News website (Opinion) with a very personal account by author Fr. Paul Murray, OP of meeting Mother Teresa: “What struck me at once was something which has been…

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