Canopic Publishing is a small, independent book publisher
with the simple goal of preserving good storytelling and poetry.
The Canopic Bookstore:
When I Wake It Will Be Forever by Virginia Smith Rice is the first full collection by Rice, a poet whose work consistently invites the reader to return, with each visit offering a new angle of nourishment. Published by Sundress Publications (2014). (more)
The View From My Ridge is a collection of finely crafted essays, short stories, and vignettes by Charles E. Rice, an Episcopal priest and author whose writing captures the spirit and personality of the mid-twentieth century American South. (more)
Death Among Brothers, a novel by Marc Charles, opens in Japan, 1632. Hideki, one of the young descendants from the line of Tokugawa Ieyasu, dreams of being a great swordsman. The adventure begins when Hideki and his older brother, Nagamasa, are summoned to Edo at the announcement that the current shogun is retiring. (more)
Containing items of historical interest for military enthusiasts as well as bits of nostalgia that will appeal to general readers of Americana, Leatherneck Sea Stories is an informal collection of personal essays by Dave Easton on serving in the Marine Corps during and after the Korean conflict of the 1950s, (more)
Between the Bones by Mary Sue Koeppel is a structured and unified gathering of poems that speak of fresh wounds and ancient healing. From the opening lines the reader is embraced by a voice simultaneously innocent and experienced moving along a path of sensual awakenings. (more)