Ten Years of Torrey House Press
Contact Name: Torrey House Press
What does it mean to publish books at the intersection of the literary arts and environmental advocacy? Salt Lake-based publisher Torrey House Press launched in 2010 with three employees around a kitchen table and a mission of connecting readers to the complex beauty of wild landscapes through the power of story. Today, the nonprofit press fills a gap in the literary landscape by publishing eight to ten books a year that spark conversations about environmental justice and the future of our ever-changing planet. Supported by a dynamic community of readers, activists, nonprofit partners, booksellers, and librarians, the press coordinates dozens of author events a year in communities around the country and boasts over sixty titles in print. Join Torrey House Press for a ten-year anniversary celebration featuring authors whose books span the decade—and beyond—including Scott Graham, Craig Childs, Karin Anderson, C. Joseph Greaves, Stephen Trimble, Kase Johnstun, Nicole Walker, and more!