Academy Park Press


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About Us

The Williamson County Public Library is pleased to announce its newest venture, Academy Park Press, a publishing imprint with the ability to empower our arts community by providing truly worldwide exposure.  Utilizing innovative new design and publishing software, Academy Park Press will offer authors a low-cost solution to distributing their work utilizing iBook and EPUB formats.

Academy Park Press will seek to publish between four and eight original works in its initial year of operation.  In addition to assisting selected authors with design, layout, and marketing of works, the imprint will provide ISBN numbers and the tools to necessary to create a fully optimized iBook, EPUB, or print publication.

Digital publishing has seen rapid growth in the past year thanks to easily accessible programs and the freedom it offers authors.  This new movement has enabled a new wave of creative people to distribute their original work by providing a way to publish and set prices without the aid of a major publishing house.

Williamson County is a community filled with both aspiring and well known writers and artists.  Academy Park Press eliminates traditional barriers to the publishing world, providing a platform for original works of art, literature, and poetry.  By creating our own content, the Library circumvents the traditional limitations imposed by the publishing industry, while at the same time creating a voice for a new ensemble of published authors.

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