Emily Clark Victorson is the co-founder and publisher of Allium Press of Chicago. Allium was founded in 2009 as a small, independent press, and publishes literary fiction, historical fiction, mysteries, thrillers, and young adult fiction, all with a Chicago connection. Prior to starting Allium Press Emily worked as a librarian, historian, and book designer for such organizations as the Newberry Library, the Chicago History Museum, and History Works, Inc.
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How I feel about marketing: "If you can look into the seeds of time, And say which grain will grow and which will not, Speak then to me."
Just received word that our YA title, Her Mother's Secret by Barbara Garland Polikoff, is a Silver Finalist for... http://t.co/TlEDGmG6L0
Our book, Her Mother's Secret by Barbara Polikoff, one of 3 finalists for the Midwest Book Awards, YA Fiction http://t.co/BG8ed5Q6Qm
From my website
Recently someone asked me what our tagline—”Rescuing Chicago from Capone…one book at a time”—meant to us. Here is my response: I chose that tagline for our company because of the persistent perception so many people have of Chicago — that our city’s identity is inextricably linked with Al Capone. Many…