Some Jorvik Press titles in development:

  • Bakersfield: A Crime Novel by Portland-area author Pierre Ouellette. Mid-1950s Bakersfield, California. Hot, flat and dry. Agribusiness and oil, dive bars with rowdy electric music, motorcycle gangs, the Klan, a nascent drug scene. Hardly the kind of place Hollywood vice cop James Stone thought he’d wind up working homicide. Two murders involve some of the town’s most prominent citizens and a 13-year-old girl with an unbelievable tale to tell – crimes that no one wants solved. Publication date: October 15, 2018. 

  • An insider account of sex and violence in Tibetan Buddhism in the West and a review of evidence from victims and eyewitnesses in the case of exiled holy man Sogyal Rinpoche. Due out spring 2019.
  • A memoir of a highly successful British rock band by the drummer who has played with them for 55 years.
  • A hands-on guide for parents of children with learning disabilities from an expert practitioner and teacher who is pioneering new approaches to working with autism spectrum disorder.
  • A new edition of the classic 1971 documentary BAMN (By Any Means Necessary): Outlaw Manifestos and Ephemera, 1965-71. This forthcoming third edition, available as a trade paperback and eBook, is revised, edited and reformatted, with a new introduction by the editors.