How Tinderbox Came to Be

by admin on February 6, 2013

In the winter of 2012, four professional writers (Bruce Dolin, John Sylvain, and the two wolves (D.A. Wolf and Wolf Pascoe) decided to take control of their creative lives by starting Tinderbox Books, a publishing label designed and managed by themselves. Writing in different genres and forms, they shared a belief in the transformative nature of the written word, whether scratched on walls or dancing in electron lamps.

With the publication of Wolf Pascoe’s, Breathing for Two, adding to Bruce Dolin’s previously released Privilege of Parenting, Tinderbox opened for business. John Sylvain’s The Space Elevator soon followed.

Branching out in 2016, Tinderbox released Out of Hell and Wonder in association with the renouned DogEar Playwrights.

As Tinderbox moves forward in a transformed publishing world, look for additional titles to follow.


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