Ron Charles of the Washington Post was nice enough to cover the launch of Syndicate Books and the return of Ted Lewis's novels to North America. Below is a short selection and link to the piece.
The publishing industry may be in the midst of full-scale upheaval, but intrepid souls are still setting up shop to offer good books to interested readers.
The latest example is Paul Oliver. Once a bookstore owner in Philadelphia, he dreamed for years of starting his own publishing company. This fall, he’s rushing in where angels fear to tread and launching Syndicate Books. (No fool, he’ll keep his day job as director of marketing and publicity for Soho Press, which has agreed to distribute his titles.)