We are very pleased to announce that Margaret Harmon's The Genie Who Had Wishes of His Own: 21st Century Fables has won the "Best Published Anthology" category of the
San Diego Book Awards for 2014!
This latest work, building on her earlier collection of fables, The Man Who learned to Walk In Shoes That Pinch, firmly establishes Margaret Harmon as one of the foremost American Fabulists of the 21st Century.
Plowshare Media is proud to
Pamelia Barratt's third novel, released December 5, 2013
On Oct. 27, 2013 from 12:00-2:00PM, Margaret Harmon will be signing her latest book of modern fables at Warwick's Bookstore in La Jolla @ 7812 Girard Ave.
The Genie Who Had Wishes of his Own: 21st-Century Fables,
written and illustrated by Margaret Harmon, is available wherever books are sold, in trade paperback
and Ebook editions.
We are proud to have been involved with Cecil Lytle and Betty McManus in the nearly 5-year production of Lizst in the World,
a 90-minute documentary of the amazing life of Franz Lizst, the
remarkable story of the first truly “international 'rock star'
musician.” Watch the entire video on the UCSD-TV site from the link
above, and read more on their blog about making the film.
of Excellence is available now
at Amazon.com and in bookstores.
Pamelia Barratt's third novel, titled Gray Dominion, is
in the final editing stage. Look for an announcement soon.
Library in Seattle,
Washington on Aug. 6, 2011
Opening to the Light
Weekly Meditations on
the Mask of
hilarious, illustrated tale of a young superhero's adventures on
Available now in bookstores, at Amazon.com, or
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debut novel is available now in
bookstores or at Amazon.com
in paperback and Kindle editions.
For a limited time, copies may be ordered from our
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what reviewers are saying: "An enthralling mystery, rich with the
textures of life
from a bygone era which speak to us anew." --Susan Rios
"A must read! A
fine historical mystery novel...you'll find it hard to put it down."
--The Washburn County Historical Society
released in January, 2011