We are not accepting individual orders during the pandemicUntil the plague subsides, we're self-isolating. It would be irresponsible to go to the p.o. except when absolutely necessary, so until further notice please order any and all of our books directly from our distributor, Independent Publishers Group, or from the usual online and retail outlets.
New TitlesIn Zero-Day Rising, the third book of the BetterWorld trilogy, Kiyoko is tired of hiding and grieving, and has decided to strike back. In the first volume of the critically acclaimed BetterWorld cyberpunk trilogy, Kiyoko's older sister Waylee and their hacktivist friends exposed a conspiracy between MediaCorp and U.S. President Rand to control the flow of information and run the world on behalf of a cabal of billionaires. In volume two, Waylee faced life imprisonment, while Kiyoko and her friends were hunted by a team of ruthless mercenaries. In Zero-Day Rising, Kiyoko resolves to free her sister and bring down President Rand and MediaCorp. However, MediaCorp unleashes its ultimate plan: direct mind control with cerebral implants. Can Kiyoko and Waylee's team stop them? Can they penetrate MediaCorp's networks and end the company's grip over humanity? All while eluding the biggest manhunt in history, in a country where everyone and everything is under surveillance?
R.M. Ryan, the author of There's a Man with a Gun Over There, says this of the book: "Daniel Holland's memoir of his days as a draft resister in the late 1960s offers a step-by-step account of ordinary bravery in the face of unconscionable lies by the US government. Men like Holland faced prison sentences as the price of their resistance. Filled with an improbable combination of sweetness, good humor, and fear, Holland's story reads like a letter from the frontlines of the anti-war movement."
Paul Krassner, legendary Yippee activist and editor of The Realist, had this to say shortly before his recent death: "The absurdity of today's political and ideological world demands Resistance. The way Daniel Holland responded to the absurdity of the Sixties may well provide a guidepost. Travel with him now to the past and see what the future may bring."
Hiatus on Submissions
See Sharp Press will not be accepting manuscript submissions from new authors until further notice. (We will, though, continue to accept submissions from our current authors.)
The primary reason for this is that since I founded it 36 years ago, See Sharp Press has been a one-man operation, with yours truly doing all of the work, but for sometimes hiring graphic artists, editors, and publicists on a contract basis
And I need a break.
Since 1984, See Sharp has published over 50 books, an equivalent number of pamphlets, and, of late, a number of e-books. I've been working almost continuously the entire time, often putting in 50-, 60-, even 70-hour work weeks, and it's been 24 years since I took a vacation.
So I'll be taking a lengthy break, though I expect See Sharp will resume publishing new books in 2022.
Best wishes to all,
SEE SHARP PRESS