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Book orders: Want to order a Chatwin title? Please let us know the author and title, and we will reply.

Contract services: We are presently open to inquiries about our contract services from publishers and authors.

New author submissions: Our in-house publishing program is fully booked through August 15th, and our editorial staff can not review new work till after that date. We will be posting our submission guidelines then. Please note: We do not accept unsolicited manuscripts.

Old friends: If you are an author who has worked with a Chatwin team member in the past, please contact that person directly at firstname@chatwinbooks.com

110 Cherry St, Suite #208
Seattle, WA, 98104
United States

Welcome to Chatwin Books. We are a new publisher of print and digital books in a wide range of topics, run by a team with many decades of experience in all aspects of the book business.

At the heart of who we are, and what we do, is working with authors to support their craft, and their entire body of work, throughout the publication process. Using our experience and drive to help our authors create great books is the surest way our team can ensure a great experience for our readers.

In addition to the work we do for our own books, we do editorial, design, author branding, marketing, and other work on a contract basis for other publishers and authors. We also distribute books from other publishers, both print and digital.

Toby Olson

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About

Toby Olson is the author of Seaview, which won the PEN/Faulkner Award for the most distinguished work of American fiction in 1983. His published works include ten novels and several collections of poetry. Olson co-directed the Aspen Writers' Workshop (which he co-founded), and taught at Long Island University, The New School for Social Research, and Temple University. He currently divides his time between Philadelphia and Cape Cod. 

In Fall 2019, Occidental Square Press will release Olson’s novel WalkingA Love Story.