October Release

What better way to enjoy your favorite vampire TV series again than to prepare for a re-watching while looking for new Easter eggs? 

Our October release by Cynthia O'Malley will not only solve the mystery of The Cheese Man for you, it will also give you a new perspective on an old favorite horror show. O'Malley's use of Jungian analysis to explain the pervasive use of our favorite aged dairy product on the show that started the Whedonverse fandom is a perfect read for the month that includes Halloween. You can read the text by downloading a DRM-free PDF from this site, a kindle textbook from amazon, or pick up a paperback over at Createspace.

If you're familiar with Cynthia O'Malley's work, you know that she has participated in Slayage, the academic conference on studies of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. This book is dedicated in part to the recently departed Dr. David Lavery, who produced over 20 works on pop culture.

Purchase a digital copy on this site, or go to https://www.createspace.com/6569150 to get your old school paperback, you crazy bibliophile.

Purchase a digital copy on this site, or go to https://www.createspace.com/6569150 to get your old school paperback, you crazy bibliophile.

August Release

Were you a teen filled with angst who expressed themselves through poetry? Dr. Kati Corlew has framed her own poems from teenage years and young adulthood with the terminology of developmental psychology, walking the reader through the scientific explanations of why young people frequently express themselves the way they do. In a 200 page compilation that will make readers laugh, cry, and cringe in recognition, fans of self discovery and poetry will enjoy accessible, plain language explanations of identity development and self expression.

You can buy this book from the author directly at http://songfromsilence.wordpress.com, or on Amazon or Createspace.

You can buy this book from the author directly at http://songfromsilence.wordpress.com, or on Amazon or Createspace.

March Release

Just in time for Spring, we're proud to offer our first coloring book! Sit yourself in front of a sunny window and find your center while coloring or painting one of these single-sided pages. As a self-care activity, sitting in sunlight while coloring and listening to one of your favorite musicians or podcasts is sure-fire mood lifter. 

You can purchase all of Heather's Designs on Amazon, or through CreateSpace of course, but if you find yourself in need of designs right away, why not download a few from CenteredColoring.com? Packs of Heather's designs are available for download three at a time for $3.00. If you would like to submit your own designs to No Cube Press for publication, we'd be happy to consider yours. Just comment below, and let us know if you have a lot of thirty ready to go.

You can buy the coloring book, of course, and have it mailed to you. Or you can scratch that instant gratification itch at centeredcoloring.com

You can buy the coloring book, of course, and have it mailed to you. Or you can scratch that instant gratification itch at centeredcoloring.com

February Release

At No Cube Press, we've always been big fans of Southern Lit. We're incredibly pleased to say that we think we've found a real gem of the genre in our February release, Jack and The Dragon Man's Daughter.

In this queer coming of age story, Jack is a young woman in Appalachia struggling to understand both herself and the world around her. Written by Devon Koren - a writer whose work we've been following online for a long time - the characters feel real and the feelings really flow. It's a short read, less than 150 pages, but that's the perfect length for a flight or long train ride. Those who pick up Jack and The Dragon Man's Daughter are assured a satisfying read, and in these grey winter months, sometimes that's something the soul needs.

Cover design by Maylie Fern Fencing. Original Source of image: https://www.loc.gov/item/2009632624/

Cover design by Maylie Fern Fencing. Original Source of image: https://www.loc.gov/item/2009632624/


January Release

It's a cold month, and we thought a fun, traditional romance would be a great read while everyone is waiting for the storms to pass.

Better To Have Loved is set in London and San Francisco in the late 1960's. Our protagonist Julie, a young woman from Michigan, sets out to find her place in the world in 1967. Her spiritual and artistic endeavors lead her to join the ranks of a growing new "philosophy and science of the mind", where she finds a place babysitting the children of the movement's leader. What follows is a trip not only across the world through many ports of call, but also a trip through the changing social environment of the late 60's.

No Cube Press is incredibly flattered that Christy Nicholas chose our platform to launch this classic romance novel. In addition to publishing travel guides, fiction, and articles with other imprints, Christy is an accomplished artist in several mediums, including detailed bead work. She's throwing a 1960's themed launch party for Better to Have Loved  online - we think it'll be a blast! You should join in. Even if you can't, pick up Better to Have Loved for your kindle now, and enjoy this quick read through a captivating romance.

Original Cover Art by Christy Jackson Nicholas. 

Original Cover Art by Christy Jackson Nicholas. 




December Release

Hooray! The updated edition of Elizabeth's Digital Asset Management book is here!

Elizabeth Ferguson Keathley first published this book with Apress, which was bought out by Springer publishing around the time her book hit the shelves. While the first edition of the book did well for its category, clearing about 600 copies in its first year, the change in ownership of Apress and a few other things meant Elizabeth wanted a new avenue for her content.

We're so glad she chose No Cube Press! As our second release, Digital Asset Management: Content Architectures, Project Management, and Creating Order Out of Media Chaos is the perfect starter for our line of specialty non-fiction.  Thanks so much, Elizabeth! We at No Cube Press were happy to help Elizabeth with the legal paperwork to ensure her co-authors were credited properly and legally taken care of as well. Henrik de Gyor wrote the forward, and also contributed to the text, as did Ralph Windsor.

Do you have specialized knowledge others might like to read about? If you can write an outline for a book, on your special area of expertise, No Cube will be happy to help you lay out your thoughts and ideas into a book!

Original Cover Design by Elizabeth Keathley.

Original Cover Design by Elizabeth Keathley.


November Release

It's our first work! Maylie Fern Fencing trusted us with her science fiction novel - something she'd been hiding in an old Seagate drive - as a test run for No Cube Press. Thanks, Maylie! The book was promoted on a closed Facebook community for fans of adult science fiction. 

Read and enjoy - but only if you're over 18. If you have some fun stories kicking around in your old drives, why not send them to us? Maylie's story quickly garnered positive reviews on Amazon, and she fulfilled her dream of being a published science fiction author. She also made $12 in the first thirty days after release. Go Maylie!

Original artwork and cover design by Maylie Fern Fencing

Original artwork and cover design by Maylie Fern Fencing