RDSP's Top 11 of 2011
1. Farley's Bookshop in New Hope, PA began featuring indie presses including RDSP. The response from customers at Farley's has been tremendous and they now sell more of our titles than any other brick and mortar bookstore
3. Fleeting Pages took over a gutted Borders bookstore in Pittsburgh for one month to sell indie books including RDSP's. John Edward Lawson traveled there to check it out and lead a flash fiction workshop.
5. RDSP opened to submissions for the first time in 6 years and discovered a lot of amazing talent including Leland Pitts-Gonzalez whose novel, The Blood Poetry we signed for 2012 release.
6. A Darker Shade of Green had an amazing launch at Bluestockings Bookstore.
8. 14 current and back catalog titles were released in ebook editions.
10. Gardens of Earthly Delight received an excellent review from Library Journal: "Recommended to adventurous readers, who will surely enjoy Williams's wildly irreverent inventions."
Our 2011 Releases:
How did 2011 compare for RDSP: read The Top 10 from 2010