The Wild Onion Press
Original works in miniature
Welcome to the birth of an imprint...
Welcome to The Wild Onion Press!

This press is dedicated to new books, often about miniature books and their lovers, and often about zanies and serious people who have a new, off-beat, wide-eyed approach to the world.

We launch with two series about miniature books in particular.

Little Booklyn introduces an entire town dedicated to making miniature books, and to supporting the people who make them. Is it real? I wish! Is it full of the kinds of information that we relish about small books and the folks who love them? Is it written not only about us, but for us? Definitely?

Tiny Shelves introduces readers and collectors of all books to the concept of going tiny, even in a yurt, tent, or shepherd's wagon.

Grandma MacInerney: An 84-year-old woman with replacement knees, electronic shoulder and toes, and a serious interest in the health and safety of her elderly neighbors, uses her vegetables, flowers, and martial arts skills to help protect her neighborhood.

Rear Admiral of the Chartreuse: A well meaning man high up in the government realizes he can rise no higher as a sailor and begins looking around for adventure in other places, such as a desert, a 400-year-old stone fort, and the origins of a space ship.

Watch this space for new announcements!