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Literate Ape Press is an independent publishing house dedicated to helping fresh-faced and hardened authors bring their books to the masses.

We provide editorial and design support as well as assistance in marketing the book for media promotion and sales. All books under the Literate Ape Press name will be registered with the Library of Congress. We are wholly committed to the growth of the author as a successful writer, and therefore, Literate Ape Press does not take any share of book sales — all the money earned from sales belongs strictly to the author.

 

What We’re Interested In

Creative Non-Fiction
Non-Fiction
Humor
Memoir

Literary Fiction
Essay
Short Story Collections
Poetry

 

Become a Literate Ape Press Author

Interested in learning more about how we can help you publish your story?
Contact David Himmel | david@literateape.com

 
 
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After twelve years of writing about the world — life, love, politics, philosophy — Don Hall has finally compiled too many thoughts into this book. Suitable to read on the toilet or on a plane (preferably on the toilet), Belief is a Sledgehammer is a bite-sized breakdown of humanity with a bit of snark.

Essay/Philosophy
190 pages
Paperback
$14.99
Kindle Available

 
 
 
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Pisces Eye is a new collection of poetry for the human condition. It is built to be read and reread, shared and rediscovered. Smart without being smarmy or academic. Strange yet gentle. Cool in its warmth. Featuring several mini-collections under one mantle, Dana Jerman has constructed a fresh edge to follow. A curious trip toward the ecstatic condition, and an investigation into a belief in true happiness. May you read this and retrieve the subtle magic of the smiling heartaches and queer bliss it has to offer.

Poetry
58 pages
Paperback
$12.00
Kindle Available

 
 
 
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In this punch portrait of a young oldies disc jockey, readers witness the beginning of the end of the radio we had come to love. In the years before corporations neutered and nearly eliminated the on-air personality, a young Las Vegas college student strives to triumph in an industry that he has cherished since childhood. Seeking to impress his bosses, however, David Himmel’s Dr. Dave Maxwell participates in dismantling his own profession, while at the same time navigating a diminishing gauntlet of local celebrity status. Whether using the company credit card to purchase hookers for a guitar legend or avoiding being destroyed by a troubling co-worker girlfriend, Dr. Dave finds himself barely surviving at the margins of a compressed and morally compromised line of work that never quite loves him back.

Fiction
134 pages
Paperback
$15.00