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The NLP Story: in Catherine’s words

New Line Press

nlp banner may 2012ab355-publisherBy Catherine Burr

I have never told this story before, and it is a bit of a long post, so you may want to read it a bit at a time.

New Line Press this year celebrated our 10th anniversary and I have thought a great deal about the reflection upon these ten years. I wanted to write here an overview, though I wish I could write more, but truly, that would take an entire book.

This basically is how NLP came to be and some of my thoughts over the years as a publisher. I’m writing this two-fold, one because after ten years, it seems like a good a time as any, to reflect on our origins and path, and two, because if I could help even one potential author or person who would like to open or start a publishing company, then, I hope to encourage them with my experience.

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