The Sea of Troubles by Grayson Porter

February 20th, 2018

They say the ghost of Christopher Marlow hangs about the Shakespeare section of the library. I thought I was loved by a charming woman named Rebecca, a 22-year-old model/student. She really did seem to like me. In her own words, … Continue reading “The Sea of Troubles by Grayson Porter”

A World Traveler’s Manifesto by Rufus G. Rumley III

January 30th, 2018

I am a world traveler. I’ve had the privilege of spending time in Saudi Arabia, Russia, China, and Vietnam. I’ve maintained a strong sense of self despite facing varying hardships—walking through the jungle behind a native guide, Instragramming my reaction to native  foods, visiting … Continue reading “A World Traveler’s Manifesto by Rufus G. Rumley III”

Coming in 2018: Divorce, Dog Style by Maria Flook

January 26th, 2018

A beleaguered womanizer, Grafton, attempts to win back an old girlfriend, Caroline, whose son has recently died in a wind turbine accident.  Yet there are other men and ex-lovers in line before him, including a veterinarian who is coming to … Continue reading “Coming in 2018: Divorce, Dog Style by Maria Flook”

Coming in 2018: The Guardian Angel of Lawyers by Laura Chalar

January 7th, 2017

A well-respected lawyer is haunted by a crime he committed in his youth. Violence between a young couple offers a harried criminal judge an unlikely chance for redemption. A controversial college professor enlists one of his students to obtain the … Continue reading “Coming in 2018: The Guardian Angel of Lawyers by Laura Chalar”

Welcome Back!

August 17th, 2016

Roundabout Press welcomes you back! Our long hiatus has ended. We have a new site, a new staff, and have been filling our upcoming catalogue with new fiction by authors willing to challenge conventions. On the site, you’ll see the … Continue reading “Welcome Back!”

Hear ye, Hear ye!

June 6th, 2016

Roundabout Press is undergoing some changes. We have a new staff and expect to re-launch later this year with a new site, a new look, and a new focus on more experimental forms of fiction. We will open a general … Continue reading “Hear ye, Hear ye!”

Artsake Blog Post on Vernon Downs

May 14th, 2013

Artsake Blog Post on VERNON DOWNS Jaime Clarke is interviewed by the Massachussetts Cultural Council for their Artsake Blog.

Shelf Awareness Article on Jaime Clarke’s VERNON DOWNS

May 1st, 2013

Shelf Awareness Article on Jaime Clarke’s VERNON DOWNS Jaime Clarke discusses the pre-order campaign for Vernon Downs with Shelf Awareness.

Kevin Dowd’s THE FOURTH OF JULY

April 5th, 2013

Kevin Dowd’s THE FOURTH OF JULY Roundabout’s first book, The Fourth of July, a hilarious novel by Kevin Dowd, is now available for purchase. Find at: Abe Books Amazon Nook Kobo Kindle Small Press Distribution (book stores and institutions) Recent … Continue reading “Kevin Dowd’s THE FOURTH OF JULY”

A Small Press, Specializing in New Fiction, Blooms in West Hartford…

March 14th, 2013

A Small Press, Specializing in New Fiction, Blooms in West Hartford… Article here.

Jaime Clarke’s VERNON DOWNS

March 1st, 2013

Jaime Clarke’s VERNON DOWNS Roundabout will be publishing Vernon Downs by Jaime Clarke, the story of an despondent, obsessive writer who insinuates himself into the life of the writer that he and his lost love worshipped. For release in 2014. Learn … Continue reading “Jaime Clarke’s VERNON DOWNS”