ABOUT

“The best thing about being a publisher? Helping authors’ dreams come true.”  An independent publisher since 1989 when she started Pierce Press after moving to the Boston area from New York City, IPNE board member and past president Charlotte Pierce has long advocated

EVENTS

At Pierce Press, we work with booksellers, libraries and public venues to bring our authors’ books to the right readers. Our goal is to not only sell as many books as possible, but to also help authors build their platform

BOOKSTORE

Each of our author’s books is available through our bookstore on this website. But we don’t need all the glory or even all the loot. We encourage you to order the book through your local independent bookstore. Any retailer can order all

NEWS

multicolored heirloom tomatoes

Move over, dusty china set. Here comes the Stetson heirloom tomato project!

– by Jan Stetson, Arlington, Massachusetts Some people cherish silver flatware settings in velvet-lined boxes; some proudly display fine china in a lighted étagère. My family keeps an heirloom tomato. My grandmother grew it every year and saved seeds when

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Fairie Garden

Fun with Fairies

This garden was built for a family with three little girls who like to make fairie houses. (And now my little boys want a fairie garden too!) Native moss boulders provide a mountainous backdrop to set the lay of the

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Daniella delivers seedballs to pre-K students in Lockhart, TX

Saint Valentine’s Daniella

Daniella (that’s me!) got a gig reading to the kiddos at a school in Austin on St. Valentine’s Day! So much LOVE! We talked about the things we love, like our parents, friends and the Earth! After reading the book,

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Trees Helping Trees

Feeling chipper? Our trees at the latest Symbiosis permaculture project are! We cleared branches on a fence line around this small scale organic farm to make way for a new fence. The nutrient dense piles of brush were converted into

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SolenSagen

It’s All About the Water!

by Sheryl Davis Planning for a vibrant aquatic ecosystem starts with a good pond design that maximizes water catchment potential and manages water retention with dams and spillways. This is a pond that Symbiosis Regenerative Systems was hired to design

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Daniel Delights New England Booksellers as Launch Rollout Continues

“Love the book!” – Joan B., A-Dog, Arlington

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Metro Boston Publishers Meeting Bimonthly

The regional branch of Independent Publishers of New England (IPNE), Metro Boston Publishers, has started meeting on a bimonthly basis in Arlington, Massachusetts. Visit IPNE.org to learn more.  

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Seeking Organic Farmers to Work Land in Upper Hangman Creek Valley, WA

Daniel and his friends are looking for organic farmers, beekeepers, orchardists, vintners, and herders to responsibly develop and gently work a parcel of 90 acres of beautiful farmland in the upper Hangman Creek Valley, south of Spokane, Washington. The farm,

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Plant a Giant Sequoia or Coastal Redwood!

How would it feel to plant a tree now that could still be alive in more than 1,000 years, delighting generations of humans, improving the air, and providing a nursery for countless creatures? What a legacy that would be –

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Sky Cloud City Activity Book Wins Purple Dragonfly Award!

CHANDLER, AZ (June, 2017) – The judges of the Purple Dragonfly Book Awards contest, which recognizes excellence in children’s literature, have spoken, and The Adventures of Hope & Trusty: Sky Cloud City Activity Book by Maria Kamoulakou-Marangoudakis, won 1st PLACE in

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