Not a Pipe Publishing is a small, independent publishing company formed in 2013 and located (fittingly) in Independence, Oregon. As a member of the Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association, and working with groups like Literary Arts and Willamette Writers, Not a Pipe Publishing is committed to supporting fine literature in our region, but it will soon be publishing authors from as far away as Maryland and Wisconsin, and it sells books all over the world. Focusing on high quality genre fiction for young adult and adult audiences, Not a Pipe Publishing seeks to both entertain and enlighten readers by bringing diverse voices to the market.
Like reading corporate mission statements? If so, you're a weirdo. If not, you might like ours.
We're looking to grow, so, if you are an author, please check out our submissions page and see if we might be a good home for your next novel!
Learn about our offerings here.
Send snail mail to:
Not a Pipe Publishing
Independence, OR 97351
(Please do not send real snails. That's cruel.)
Here's who we are:
Co-Publisher and Submissions Editor
Paige enjoys reading a wide variety of literature, from YA fantasy like Fablehaven and Gregor the Overlander series to adult lit fic. like The Sookie Stackhouse series and the All Souls trilogy. For a list of the kinds of things she would like to receive, check the submissions page, here. When she's not reading, Paige likes hiking, photography, and baking. Some of her favorite TV shows are Supernatural, Game of Thrones, and Adventure Time.
Paige has an undergraduate degree in Philosophy from Whitworth University and a Masters of Science in Counseling from Oregon State University.
Because she has a full time job as a clinical supervisor, her turn-around time for manuscripts will be a bit longer than some submissions editors or literary agents, but if you don't hear back from her in three weeks, feel free to send a follow-up email.
Follow her on twitter at @Squire_78
Assistant Submissions Editor and Director of Keeping It Real
Jacqui is happily addicted to the written word – especially lots of them strung together into interesting stories. She enjoys reading a wide variety of genres and carries a book around with her at all times to indulge this love. Having worked in libraries for over a decade, Jacqui loves discovering a new piece to enjoy. As a writer, her nose is usually stuck in a book ‘researching’ or in a notebook writing away in her happy place.
When not reading or writing, Jacqui can be found gardening, falling in love with passing canines, training to walk another marathon (very slowly), spending time with her amazing nieces and nephews, and dancing in the rain.
Jacqui has a BA in English/Writing from WOU, an MBA in Human Resource Management from AIU, and a massage therapy license, thanks to the amazing program at OSM.
Though she works full-time, Jacqui’s time frame for manuscripts will typically be two weeks. If you don’t hear back from her by then, feel free to send an interpretive dance message by pigeon, or e-mail – your choice.
Follow her on Twitter at @wordsmithjobebo.
Co-Publisher and Marketing Director
Benjamin got involved in the publishing industry because he indie-published his first novel, The Sum of Our Gods, and he learned so much he could use to help other authors break through and get their books into readers' hands. He envisions Not a Pipe Publishing as a mechanism for collaboration between a group of carefully selected, talented authors who can help one another promote the very best literature they can bring to the market.
When he isn't writing or working to promote writing, he's teaching high school students about reading and writing. Sometimes he gets to teach adults about writing, too. He's heavily involved in the fight to save public education. He blogs at www.teachergorman.com.
Rob keeps the carpet clean. He never has an unkind word for anyone, maintains a positive attitude even when his batteries are running low, and brightens the mood of the whole office.
Don't query Rob. He can't read.
Rob isn't on twitter or Facebook. When he isn't working, he is too busy plotting the robopocalypse to spend time on social media.