“Fierce Tales: Lost Worlds” now available

Millhaven is an unusual place, now offering the fourth in its Fierce Tales anthology series: Lost Worlds. It features tales from fresh talent, newly popular authors who will treat you to highly visual, emotional and electrifying adventures of longer-than-typical short story length. Technically short stories, these near-novella adventures will tear you from the ordinary and... Continue Reading →

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2019 Millhaven Press Release Schedule

2018 was a busy year...too busy.  2019 promises to bring more exciting releases despite a scaled back release schedule. "Millhaven's Tales of Adventure" (Millhaven Tales Volume I, Issue 4) (January 1st) "Cloud of Dust...Cry of Death" (Western/Weird Western Anthology (March 1st) "Millhaven's Tales of Wonder" (Volume II) (April 1st) "Fierce Tales: Lost Worlds" (May 1st)... Continue Reading →

Influences: Pauline Hopkins

Pauline Hopkins (1859-1930) was a prominent African-American novelist, journalist, playwright, historian, and editor. She is considered a pioneer in her use of the romantic novel to explore social and racial themes.  It is her final novel that makes her inclusion in this series mandatory. Of One Blood: Or, The Hidden Self is the last of... Continue Reading →

Christmas Sale is Underway at Millhaven Press.

All of our releases are on sale at amazing prices through Christmas Day!  Fans of genre fiction should take advantage of this huge sale... Fierce Tales: Savage Lands Fierce Tales: Shadow Realms Nighthawks: A Book of the Broken (1) Devlin: A Book of the Broken (2) Home Sweet Home

Influences: Edgar Rice Burroughs

Edgar Rice Burroughs (1875-1950) was one of the most prolific writers of all time.  Burroughs was discharged from the military upon the discovery of a heart condition.  He bounced around, working many different types of jobs (a common theme among pulp writers).  He spent time as a ranch-hand in Idaho, worked for his father, and... Continue Reading →

Influences: H. Rider Haggard

Sir Henry Rider Haggard (1856-1925), father of the 'Lost World' genre of fantasy is often overshadowed by those who followed.  This is an undeserved place among the imaginative fiction writers of the late nineteenth century.  Like many of his contemporaries, an air of white supremacy runs through his work.  Sadly, this is the most common... Continue Reading →

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