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Mud Flat Press

About the Press

Alec and Gabi Clayton started Mud Flat Press as a way of creating an imprint for Alec's books. When Ricker Winsor started sending letters home from Indonesia, we suggested he compile them into a book. He did, and he had us publish it for him. That book is Pakuwon City. Then Jack Butler sent selections from his book Practicing Zen Without a Licence, and we asked him if we could publish it. With Jack's long history as a successfully published author we didn't think he would agree to our proposal, but he did, and we were honored and happy to be able to bring his book out under the Mud Flat Press imprint.

The press has grown from there to what you see today. 

So it's just us, Gabi and Alec, working out of our home in Olympia, Washington.

For Writers Who Are Considering Publishing Options.

And Introduction to our Editing Services.

The Mud Flat Press book covers.
Mud Flat Press is not accepting unsolicited submissions for consideration of publication under our imprint at this time. We do, however, help authors prepare their books for self-publishing using print-on-demand (POD) technology. See the Book Editing and Design Services page for information.

Mud Flat Press is a division of ClaytonWorks
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Some fun pre-history of Mud Flat Press: 'TLC' important to area publishers
 A 1984 article in the Hattiesburg American, Hattiesburg, Mississippi, about our first independent publishing endeavor. (pdf file) 

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