We received an amazing number of submissions to our Crack in the Code anthology. Therefore, we are asking for your continued patience while we work through the submissions. We look to have answers by the end of January 2023. We are a small press with a tiny staff, so your
September 27th, 2022–Rock Hill, South Carolina – For Immediate Release Mocha Memoirs Press is excited to introduce our latest crowdfunding campaign Blackened Roots: An Anthology of the Undead. About Blackened Roots Blackened Roots is an anthology of stories written by Black writers from all over the world featuring tales of non-traditional
Sep 16, 2022—Rock Hill, South Carolina. Mocha Memoirs Press, LLC is proud to announce that award-winning Author L. Marie Wood has been added to the Horror Studies Collection at the University of Pittsburgh Library System. Wood has been recognized with various awards, including Best Horror Screenplay from the NOVA International
Sep 12, 2022—Rock Hill, South Carolina Mocha Memoirs Press, LLC is pleased to announce the release of a bold new science fiction story, Lost Cargo. Readers are praising Lost Cargo, calling it “a compelling, action-packed adventure. I couldn’t put it down.” When Parker signed up for the new colony world,
What is your favorite coffee shop beverage? I don’t really have a go-to coffee shop beverage. It varies so much with my moods, seasons, etc. I can say that as a Chilean, I come from a tea-drinking culture, so I tend to gravitate toward teas. That’s what you’ll find me
Press Release July 13, 2022 – Rock Hill, SC Award-Winning Author L. Marie Wood continues to smash barriers with her ground-breaking leap into the non-fiction world. Mocha Memoirs Press, LLC is pleased to announce the release of a new project from L. Marie Wood, About Horror: The Study and Craft.
May 16th, 2022 — Rock Hill, SC Mocha Memoirs Press is proud to announce two of our authors won prestigious awards over the weekend. Sumiko Saulson was awarded The Richard Laymon President’s Award for Service by the Horror Writers Association. “The Richard Laymon President’s Award for Service was instituted in