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    Timberline Press

    Hi everyone,

    I know that Timberline Press is a legit publisher, but I was wondering if anyone has worked with them before or knows how they distribute/market their books. I'm curious...

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    Their books of poetry aren't listed with Ingram iPage. It's probably because their books are done by hand, and this isn't conducive to a large market that a distributor would likely represent. It looks like their books are specialty.

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    Their book covers are horrible.
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    I have seen a couple of their books in person. The quality is very good and the hand sewn binding professional. The covers on their pages look like poor quality scans; in person those covers really look good.

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    Hi everyone,

    thanks so much for all your responses!!! I'm sad to report that Timberline is no longer accepting submissions. Still, I am hoping to buy some of their books... they look lovely.

    yes, CaoPaux, that is the correct web address.
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    Is now an imprint of the Virtual Artists Collective, publishing mostly poetry chapbooks. Updated link: http://vacpoetry.org/timberline/
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    Timberline "on hiatus" as of March '16. Last chapbook issued in '13 (last under Virtual Artists' name was '14).
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