About Camel Press

Camel Press is the genre imprint Epicenter Press, based in Kenmore, Washington.  We publish popular and genre fiction, mysteries, cozy mysteries, mystery thrillers, romantic suspense, romance (historical and contemporary), westerns and select historical fiction.  Our submission page provides information on submitting manuscripts to the press.

Camel Press books are available in trade paperback and just about any eBook format. Camel Press is an approved publisher of:

Mystery Writers of America (MWA)

International Thriller Writers (ITW)

Romance Writers of America (RWA)

Work published by Epicenter-Northwest Corner-Emerald Point-Coffeetown-Camel-Fanny Press is protected under copyright law. 

Publisher

Epicenter-Northwest Corner-Emerald Point-Coffeetown-Camel-Fanny-Press.com
6524 NE 181st St. #2
Kenmore, WA 98028
Office Hours: 8:00AM – 4:00PM, Monday-Friday, Pacific Standard Time
Phone: 425-485-6822
Fax: 425-481-8253
General Inquiry: info@epicenterpress.com

Publishers’ Representatives

Karen Sobolesky & Co
Gift Shops and Bookstores, Alaska
907-929-3161
info@kscoalaska.com

Subsidiary Rights for Coffeetown and Camel Press

FOR Foreign Audio, Translation, Film, TV and Stage RIGHTS:
Susan Schulman Literary Agency LLC
454 West 44th St., New York, NY 10036
Phone (212) 713-1633
Email: Susan@Schulmanagency.com

New Mailing Address
Linda Migalti, Rights Director
Susan Schulman Literary Agency, LLC
PO Box 52, Danville, VT 05828-0052
(New Mailing Address)
Direct Phone: (917) 504-7212
Email: linda@shulmanagency.com
Legal Business Address
454 West 44th Street, New York, NY 10036

Serial Rights and Book Clubs:
Epicenter Press
6524 NE 181st Street. #2
Kenmore, WA 98028
Phone (425) 485-6822
Fax (425) 481-8253
Email: info@epicenterpress.com

Classroom Use Request

All requests for photocopying of material for U.S. college and university classroom use should be addressed to:

Copyright Clearance Center
222 Rosewood Drive
Danvers, MA 01923
Phone: (978) 750-8400
Fax: (978) 750-4470
Website: copyright.com

Permission Request

To request permissions, submit a request in writing that includes:

  • Title and author of the book you wish to reprint from
  • Exact material you seek to reprint
  • Title and publisher, publication date, list price, and initial print run
  • Territories for which permission is requested
  • Is your publication commercial or nonprofit?

Mail your permission request to:

Epicenter Press Inc.
Attn: Permissions
6524 NE 181st Street. #2
Kenmore, WA 98028

Will there be a fee? Each request is evaluated on an individual basis.

‘Til Death do you get Ripped Apart, by Scott A. Lerner
‘Til Death do you get Ripped Apart, by Scott A. Lerner
Crime in Cornwall, by Emma Dakin
Crime in Cornwall, by Emma Dakin
Steal Away, by V.M. Burns
Steal Away, by V.M. Burns