About Us

We are a small press that publishes science fiction, fantasy, and select nonfiction. We’re passionate about bringing undervalued voices to the printed page, those who have amazing stories to tell. And we love unique worldbuilding.

How We're Different

We act like a traditional publisher, committed to the editing, design, and marketing for our books, but with the advantages of a small press. We are able to give our writers loving attention and encourage aspiring authors to learn and grow through our communities.

Welcome to Mythos & Ink! Take a Tour.

Announcing the launch of a new indie press dedicated to publishing science fiction, fantasy, and related nonfiction!


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The Mythmakers' Guild

Our Facebook Writer’s community, called The Mythmakers’ Guild, is for aspiring sci-fi and fantasy authors to encourage each other and get advice from the professional writers and editors in the group. Visit our Communities page for more information.

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Podcasts & Audio Publishing

Our podcast, The Wayfarer’s Guide to Worldbuilding is a tool to help writers, DMs, and creatives build better worlds. Each episode explores one facet of worldbuilding and gives practical advice on how to make these elements realistic.

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We never put the bit about Crowley and the backwards messages he was putting into Heavy Metal albums into the book, did we? As I remember, they said things like "do your homework" and "just try to make more of an effort, really..." https://t.co/k99hc6fBE4

Part 3 of our editing series is up! This week, we're talking about copy editing: how to self-edit, what to look for in an editor, and how to work with a copy editor. #copyediting #amediting #editing https://t.co/6kYql0M4xX

Publishing is a business; writing is an art. Sometimes they work together, and sometimes they don't. But not being published doesn't invalidate the act of creativity. So, writers, remember: publishing is not a metric for the worth of your art, or the time you spent creating it.

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