Kalos Press
a literary imprint of Doulos Resources

Win a copy of "Finding Livelihood"!

If you haven't yet had a chance to pick up Nancy Nordenson's new book, you might be able to win it!  The High Calling is currently holding a giveaway of "Finding Livelihood", and you can enter to win the book here.
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Good Reading: "Knotted Gossamer"

We're delighted to note that our author Nancy Nordenson has an article up on Art House America entitled "Knotted Gossamer". Go forth and read!
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"Genre" and "Literary" Fiction: A debate on where these overlap—and where they don't

We present Kalos Press as a "literary imprint" of our mother organization, Doulos Resources—and when it comes to fiction, we specifically state that we aim to be a publisher of "literary" fiction (we aim to be, because as of this writing we have not yet published a work of fiction). Further, on our Frequently Asked Questions page, we say, in reference to our willingness to publish "genre" fiction:We
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Kalos Press Writers from Around the Web

It's no surprise that the staff here at Kalos Press are fans of the writers we publish. But we don't just love reading their Kalos Press work, we love reading their work wherever it shows up!And we love sharing it with you. So here, from around the web, are some of the latest articles and posts from our writers:-From The Oasis Blog, Not Alone contributor, Anna Moseley Gissing, writes about
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Nancy Nordenson on the cover of Comment

We're delighted to announce that our author Nancy Nordenson is on the cover of this quarter's Comment Magazine!Inside the magazine, you'll find an excerpt from Nancy's upcoming book from Kalos Press, "Finding Livelihood: A Progress of Work and Leisure", along with lots of other great writing.You can find out more about Nancy's book here, and more about Comment Magazine here.
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"Finding Livelihood" and Nancy Nordenson on the Mere Fidelity podcast

This week, Nancy Nordenson, author of the forthcoming book Finding Livelihood, was interviewed on the Mere Fidelity podcast about the spirituality of work.In their discussion, Nancy and the hosts covered the ideas of work and rest, and also batted around the question of what part passion has to play in vocation, as opposed to obedience and faithfulness.It's a great conversation, and you can listen
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Marketing with integrity

I am ill-fitted for promoting and selling books. Especially one I have written. In general, if I want to become depressed I only need to try to market something. Anything. When people ask to buy my book I fight the urge to say, no, please, let me pay you or at the least let me give this to you. Mostly, I just want the thing to sell itself, but that is not going to happen in this life. So when a blog
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Kalos Press Writers Around the Web

It's no surprise that the staff here at Kalos Press are fans of the writers we publish. But we don't just love reading their Kalos Press work, we love reading their work wherever it shows up!And we love sharing it with you. So here, from around the web, are some of the latest articles and posts from our writers.- From The Shooting Wire, Not Alone contributor Laurel Yoshimoto writes about law enforcement
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Praise for Margie Haack's "God in the Sink"!

The kind folks over at the Hearts & Minds bookstore blog have posted a lovely review of Margie Haack's new book, God in the Sink: Essays from Toad Hall. Here's a small excerpt:I wish I could cite excerpts from each of these essays but this review would be too, too long if I started. I want to press this into your hands, invite you to press it into the hands of others. I suppose women who do behind
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Stories that incite

"We want stories that incite us to greatness." Author Sarah-Jane Murray gave this TED talk about the importance of story and some of the physical reasons why good story resonates so deeply within our brains. We remember stories far more easily and better than plain fact. Perhaps that is one reason why at this time of year we remember the great Advent story so well. It engages all of our senses and
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