When four partners launched Steerforth
Press in 1993, its first catalog featured "Manifesto for a New Press"
which declared "Our interests fall into no category, no field, no niche;
our tests of a book's worth are whether it has been written well, is
intended to engage the full attention of the reader, and has something
new or important to say." Though Steerforth publishes primarily new
works of narrative nonfiction and quality fiction, through the years we
have produced a range of titles on a variety of topics, from memoirs and
cookbooks to travel writing and rediscoveries. The books we have
published demonstrate that a small independent house, publishing with
sophistication and energy, can have an outsized impact on our culture
Founders and publishers: Alan Lelchuk, Michael Moore, Thomas Powers and Chip Fleischer.
Fiction editor: Roland Pease.
Director of publishing operations and foreign rights: Helga Schmidt.
Editorial Advisors: Mary Catherine Bateson, Jack Beatty, Sara Bershtel, Blair Fuller, Martin Garbus, Edward Hoagland, Terry McDonell, Noel Perrin (1927-2004), William Pritchard, Martin Sherwin, Page Stegner, Wallace Stegner (1909-1993), William Strachan, and Richard Todd.
Poem a Day: Volume 1
Edited by Karen McCosker and Nicholas Albery
Written by Sandra Benjamin
Tales of Adam
Written by Daniel Quinn
What's God Got To Do With It?
Edited by Tim Page
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