Publishing partner of founders, innovators, thinkers and tinkerers

We believe books are powerful tools for communications, influence and learning.
We strive to provide a platform for bigger, more meaningful discussions that advance your ideas.

Editing

Our stable of experienced writers and editors collaborate with authors to produce enduring books and long-form articles. We are enthusiastic about ideas, especially those that are complex and well-argued. We are open to how you like to work, but we also have several proven, efficient approaches to editorial development that leads to success.

Publishing

Each year, we select a handful of titles that we believe should be out in the world with our imprint. We work almost exclusively on nonfiction. Our tastes trend toward the confluence of business, economics, technology and society. We also enjoy sports that are under-represented in the U.S. market, and history that crosses international borders and surprises.

Promotion

We want your ideas to find the widest audience possible.
Our promotion team will work with the author to help generate traditional and social media, reviews, readings, speeches, conferences and other appearances to generate interest and influence.

Editing

Our stable of experienced writers and editors collaborate with authors to produce enduring books and long-form articles. We are enthusiastic about ideas, especially those that are complex and well-argued. We are open to how you like to work, but we also have several proven, efficient approaches to editorial development that leads to success.

Publishing

Each year, we select a handful of titles that we believe should be out in the world with our imprint. We work almost exclusively on nonfiction. Our tastes trend toward the confluence of business, economics, technology and society. We also enjoy sports that are under-represented in the U.S. market, and history that crosses international borders and surprises.

Promotion

We want your ideas to find the widest audience possible.
Our promotion team will work with the author to help generate traditional and social media, reviews, readings, speeches, conferences and other appearances to generate interest and influence.

About

Books remain powerful tools for communication, influence and learning.
Books provide a platform for bigger, more meaningful discussions that advance your ideas and goals.

Our prospective authors—founders, innovators, tinkerers and thinkers—are often overlooked and underserved by today’s book publishing industry. These authors are unfamiliar with the traditional publishing industry and are looking for a partner to facilitate the creation of a new book.

Clyde Hill Publishing believes your ideas, stories, lessons, experiences and legacy deserve an audience.. At first it may simply emerge as a speech or an article. We work with you in a flexible, nimble way to publish the book you want, and that will delight the reader.

Media inquiries can be sent to barbara@clydehillpublishing.com.

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Jasper Johns Looks in the Mirror

We began Clyde Hill Publishing and our emerging poetry imprint, Pulley Press, because we’re interested in people who think differently – founders innovators, thinkers, and tinkerers. The painter and sculptor Jasper Johns checks all of these boxes. And more. *** In...

Literary Award Contributions

Clyde Hill Publishing's writers and editors contributed to 3 books that won 4 literary awards this month.   Axiom Business Book Awards recognized three medalists. GOLD (tie): Undercurrents: Channeling Outrage To Spark Practical Activism, by Steve Davis (Wiley) with...

More Than an Escape: Favorite Books of 2020

This has been a blazingly busy year at Clyde Hill Publishing, as we’ve helped to bring the stories of activists, physicians, and intellectuals to the world. I’ve also had the pleasure of reading more, and more widely, than ever. These books were among my favorites from a year when taking a few hours to see the world through another person’s perspective provided more than mere escape.

Nature’s Call to Arms

Aldo Leopold’s A Sand County Almanac inspired many environmental readers and writers not only to love the little things in nature but also to do what we can to protect them. I first read it as a young speechwriter for a former U.S. Secretary of the Interior. Leopold’s...

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