where story develops deeper, stronger connections to transform the world.
Imagine losing yourself in entrancing, powerful books told by today’s changemakers.
In a new philosophical place we call The Gathering we’ll connect you with brave authors and bold thinkers from around the world. We’ll embrace you in exciting discussions. We’ll listen to you. We’ll create content that stimulates your mind and heart.
To welcome you to our pioneering community, we will gift you the first of many eBooks, All Things Breathe Alike. Nine evocative stories. Three passionate authors.
Dive into a current of Stormbird stories as they soar like feathers in the wind.
One wildlife anthology. Three passionate nature writers. Nine evocative stories.
Some believe the natural world is our real home. Could the eternal pull we feel toward the golden warmth of a rising sun, the tumbling waves of the ocean, or the soothing sound of birdsong, be nature’s way of calling us back? There is a mystery to wildlife we are at a loss to explain, a complexity challenging to describe, and an experience impossible to convey.
Jessica Groenendijk, Donna Mulvenna, and Margi Prideaux, have been compelled to try, with a journey through some of the most scenic and rich wildlife habitats in the world. All Things Breathe Alike conveys in words the joy of what is not yet lost.
Stormbird Press is an independent publisher of fiction and nonfiction literature that defends nature and empowers communities through the power of story
Stories about our world, and our relationship with nature, have been told by people for thousands of years. It is how we share our moral tales, empower ourselves with knowledge, and pass wisdom to the future. Around campfires and hearths, beside streams, across tundras, under the shadow of mountains or the wide branches of mighty trees, and in the pages of Stormbird’s books, people’s stories and wisdom carry like feathers in the wind.
Stormbird Press is deeply connected to the global environment movement, as an imprint of Wild Migration. We know that if local communities are empowered, they can be guardians of their biological and cultural heritage and the wildlife they live with.
We are thrilled to soon have you on board.
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