press releases

Fierce Ink Press Acquires Holmesian Young Adult Novel by Toronto Journalist Angela Misri

November 21, 2013

Fierce Ink Press will publish Jewel of the Thames, a young adult mystery novel by Angela Misri, in March of 2014. The book features casebooks by Portia Adams, a recent orphan who inherits 221 Baker Street, former property of Sherlock Holmes. Illustrator Sydney Smith (Mabel Murple, Toes in My Nose, The Dread Crew, Pit Pony) […]

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Music Played a Large Role in Author Jamie Fitzpatrick’s Youth

June 10, 2013

Author Jamie Fitzpatrick shares snippets of his youth in These Memories Can’t Wait, this month’s Fierce Short published by Fierce Ink Press. In the creative non-fiction piece, Fitzpatrick looks back on several instances throughout school and into early adulthood where his passion and love for music guided his life. “If you want to witness true […]

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Environmental Writer Chris Benjamin Writes About a Piece of His Past to Help Kids with Their Future

May 14, 2013

In the latest creative non-fiction short published by Fierce Ink Press, author Chris Benjamin revisits an experience he had overseas where poverty and cultural differences take him by surprise. Cuisvé details Benjamin’s experiences living in a country that is drastically different from his own when he heads to St. Lucia for a volunteer work exchange. […]

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Fierce Ink Press Launches Crowdfunding Campaign for Young Adult Sci-Fi Novel Membrane

April 22, 2013

Fierce Ink Press Co-op Ltd. is launching an Indiegogo campaign for its second novel, Membrane by Carol Moreira. Membrane will be published July 23, but will be available for pre-order along with limited edition items only available through the Indiegogo campaign. Membrane is the story of Tanya, a sixteen-year-old who unintentionally discovers a membrane that […]

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Author and Poet Carol Little Revisits Her Troubled Adolescence in Support of AIDS PEI

April 9, 2013

Author and poet Carol Little shares her difficult childhood and teen years in the latest Fierce Short published by Fierce Ink Press. In her creative non-fiction piece I Used to Think I’d Make a Good Boy, Little talks about the challenges of growing up in a small town when you don’t fit a particular gender […]

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Fierce Ink Press to Publish Young Adult Contemporary Novel by Debut Author Natalie Corbett Sampson

March 27, 2013

Game Plan, the debut novel by author Natalie Corbett Sampson, has been acquired by Fierce Ink Press Co-op Ltd. It will be published in January of 2014. Game Plan is the story of Katherine and pregnant teen Ella, whose lives intertwine as they make decisions that unknowingly affect one another. Told from each of their […]

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YA Author Kat Kruger Signs Publishing Deal with Cbj Verlag/Random House Germany

March 20, 2013

Debut young adult author Kat Kruger has signed a foreign translation deal with Cbj Verlag/Random House Germany for the publication of The Magdeburg Trilogy. The deal was brokered by Kelvin Kong of The Rights Factory. All three books in the series will be published as mass paperbacks in August of 2014. “I’m thrilled about the […]

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Author Gerard Collins Relives a Difficult Final Year of High School in a Creative Non-Fiction Short in Support of Charity

March 12, 2013

Award-winning author Gerard Collins (Finton Moon) takes readers back to his final year of high school in The Long Last Year, the latest short memoir published by Fierce Ink Press. In his last year of high school, Collins found himself unsure of the future. While all of his classmates were making plans for the next […]

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Fierce Ink Press Acquires Young Adult Science Fiction Fantasy Novel by Author Carol Moreira

February 20, 2013

Fierce Ink Press Co-Op Ltd. has acquired Membrane by Nova Scotian author Carol Moreira to be published in July 2013. Set in our world where there are also alternate universes, Membrane is about identity and growing up. With elements of both fantasy and science fiction, it is reminiscent of A Wrinkle in Time. “Fantasy is […]

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Author Robert Rayner Reminisces About High School in a Charitable Creative Non-fiction Piece

February 12, 2013

In his creative non-fiction short Walking Away, author Robert Rayner thinks back to various experiences in high school that he and his friends went through. In particular, he writes candidly about one of his closest friends who struggled with school, work and life in general. Walking Away is the latest in Fierce Ink Press Co-op […]

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