WELCOME TO ELECTRON PRESS
Publishing Books on the Internet Since 1997
What We Do
Electron Press combines book production and distribution in one package, and immediately transmits the
books you buy as ebook files (in Adobe Acrobat or PDA-readable format) for local printing or display on
your PC, laptop, or PDA.
In 1997 Electron Press promised to make the quality of the writing, rather than its commercial
potential, our standard for publication. We've fulfilled that promise with strikingly original
books like Michael Lee's Highland Avenue,
Nick Fuse's A Hard Time To Come,
Sal Gosse's To Whom It May Concern and
Mark Kilburn's Hawk Island, to name just a few.
We've done it with hard-hitting detective mysteries and thrillers like
Bill Armstrong's Cold As Ice,
Matt D'Agostino's By Degrees and
Darby Roach's Steep,
as well as with reprints of impossible to find classics like
Barry Malzberg's Underlay,
Janet Campbell Hale's The Jailing of Cecelia Capture,
and Arthur Herzog's true crime masterpiece 17 Days: The Katie
Beers Story. Essays, original plays and screenplays are also in our list of almost 40 titles. And
even as we continually add new books, all our previous titles are still -- and will remain -- in print.
Now at Electron Press: Free Books
Electron Press has added a free books page to our web site, providing a special selection of the
most interesting (and hard to find) public domain titles for free download in both Acrobat
and PDA formats. Click on the Free Books button on the left to access this page. Initial
titles include Sherwood Anderson's Winesburg, Ohio, Bertrand Russell's Proposed Roads to Freedom,
and Herman Melville's Moby Dick. Theodore Dreiser's Sister Carrie, F. Scott Fitzgerald's Tales
From The Jazz Age, Frank Norris's McTeague and The Octopus, John Reed's Ten Days That Shook the
World, Hugh Lofting's The Voyages of Doctor Doolittle, and Kenneth Grahame's The Wind In The Willows
are coming soon, and more titles will be made available on a regular basis.
If you have any questions or would like additional information, email your
query to .
What we said in 1997