Pisgah Press was established in 2011 in Asheville, NC, as a regional publisher dedicated to the publication of quality books that offer original ideas and insight into the human condition and the world around us.
We offer fiction and nonfiction by North Carolina writers as well as beautiful gift books of poetry, art, and photography — and the essential writer’s and editor’s reference guide, Reed’s Homophones, by publisher A. D. Reed.
We are proud to present books by Barry Burgess, Donna Lisle Burton, Joseph R. Haun, Michael Hopping, C. Robert Jones, Martin Keeley, Jeff Messer, Patrick O’Sullivan, Dave Richards, Sarah-Ann Smith, and RF Wilson.
Thank you for supporting the writers of Pisgah Press. Don’t hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you might have.
Red-state, White-guy Blues: “A book with heart, mind and guts”
Jeff Messer’s hugely entertaining style mixes politics with humor, the personal with the political, and manages to be as inspiring as it is fun.”
– John Fugelsang
Lanky Tales: “Wholesome without being corny”
I love that the hero loves good. Family is extolled and community is embraced. It’s definitely the kind of book I’d like my kids to read.”
– Beth Thisse, mother of three
Hopping: “Short Story Glory”
“A rich mix of story gems and intellectual amalgams.”
– Rob Neufeld, Asheville Citizen-Times
Trang Sen: “A phenomenal novel”
“Smith delves deep … with intriguing insights. Skills that remind me of the long ago Pulitzer award winner Pearl S. Buck.”
– Ia Uaro, Book Pleasures (Australia)