Reviewing Shannon Gonyou’s Since Sinai

At Parisian Phoenix, we believe in supporting other authors, other publishers and other artists. To that extent, publisher Angel Ackerman participates as a reader and reviewers on NetGalley and shares what she is reading on Goodreads and social media. The publishing world presents a lot of “us” (as small independent publishers or independent booksellers orContinue reading “Reviewing Shannon Gonyou’s Since Sinai”

Farewell, Mr. Ticho.

This will be a short post as it has been a hectic 24 hours. Our autobiographical essayist Charles Ticho passed away yesterday in his home. He was 95. Gayle and I had the pleasure of publishing Mr. Ticho’s book, Stops Along the Way. It’s a Jewish child’s view of the Holocaust and follows his familyContinue reading “Farewell, Mr. Ticho.”

Stumbling upon a memoir workshop

From its launch in September 2021, Parisian Phoenix Publishing Company has dedicated itself to unique voices and diverse perspectives. Our writers may occupy niches outside commercially viable literature, but the projects we support, we believe, deserve a place in the world. This is a hard environment for most endeavors, in many industries (so consider buyingContinue reading “Stumbling upon a memoir workshop”

about last night

Last night was pretty monumental for me as the art director at Parisian Phoenix Publishing. I spend the past 1 year, 48 weeks working on the Holocaust memoir, Stops Along the Way. And yesterday was the day it went to the printer. Yesterday I spent a chunk of time crossing the t’s and dotting theContinue reading “about last night”

An exciting Thursday— a new volume of Fashion & Fiends, a new poem and a new author

Today a new author joined Parisian Phoenix — nonagenarian Charles Ticho will allow our little boutique press to publish his memoir, Stops along the Way which chronicles his experiences from childhood in Europe through the Holocaust and into his life and career in the United States. The book provides such a rich look at JewishContinue reading “An exciting Thursday— a new volume of Fashion & Fiends, a new poem and a new author”