Valley Press
VP on Facebook
VP on Pinterest
VP on Twitter
Welcome to Valley Press, home of independent publishing in Scarborough, North Yorkshire, since 2008. For the latest news, offers, events and calls for submissions, sign up to our very occasional email newsletter:
Valley Press books
R E C E N T   B O O K

13th June 2014
In Between is a new pamphlet from
the prize-winning author of Sea
Swim and Ghost Pot. Comissioned
by York Curiouser, these site-specific
poems offer a fascinating look at the
snickets, passageways, courts and
yards of York. (Read more)
John Wedgwood Clarke explores York's 'hidden ways'
In Between
© 2014 Valley Press   |    Bridge illustration by Jeremy Hopes
R E C E N T   N E W S

1st May 2014
As of May 1st, Valley Press is open to
unsolicited manuscripts from authors
working in all genres, at all stages of
their writing careers. The catch is, you
must have bought a book through the
VP website first! Find out more
information, and get in touch here.
Valley Press is reading your submissions - with a twist
R E C E N T   B O O K

25th April 2014
Love and Eskimo Snow is the debut
novel by London-based journalist
Sarah Holt; a revolutionary take on
the genre of romantic fiction, which
asks (and answers) all the questions
you've ever had about love. Click
here to read more about the book.
New fiction: a post-modern chick-lit masterpiece
Love and Eskimo Snow
L A T E S T   B O O K

17th October 2014
From the author of The Ruby Slippers
comes a new collection, featuring
poems 'requested' by poetry
audiences around the world, as well as
extensive notes, illustrations, and an
introduction by the author. Available
to purchase now. (Read more)
Helen Burke is Looking at You, Kid in new collection
Here's Looking at You Kid
R E C E N T   B O O K

24th March 2014
Opera di Cera takes readers to 18th-
century Florence, to discover the
magnificent, macabre and romantic
story behind the creation of the
world-famous 'anatomical Venus'
waxwork. Click to find out more
about this exciting new book.
Opera di Cera, a new verse drama from Kelley Swain
Kelley Swain
R E C E N T   B O O K

7th July 2014
Written, published and set during the
Tour de France's Yorkshire stages,
Kate Fox and Alfie Crow present
comic-crime caper Tour de Force, a
sequel to 2013's The Glasto Code -
created with astonishing speed, wit
and ingeniuity. (Read more)
'Grand Depart' novella is a
Tour de Force for Fox & Crow
Tour de Force