The Super Hero world just got a whole lot more INCLUSIVE!
The Adventure Begins...Spring 2013
Get updates about the release of our first book
in The Gender Team series! read more>>
We are in the process of evolving!
"My whole life, may I evolve with the grace and audacity of a tree.
I trust my roots, so I risk reach.
I believe my trunk, so I ascend.
I know growth, so I surrender to expansion."
- Maya Gonzalez, cofounder
Since our founding in 2009 we have been committed to letting our Press grow and evolve naturally...like a tree. Seeding, and rooting, and sprouting...reaching and branching. We've decided to take a closer look at just who and what our Press is and where we're headed.
So... at present we're playing in the fertile ground of imagination and creativity to unearth our renewed radical vision for Reflection Press (you could also call it...strategic planning, revisioning, or good 'ole fashion brainstorming...you get the idea).
In the coming year you can expect to see some changes including ultimately, a new website. If you visited us before you'll already notice that we've made some updates to our current website including our new motto:
"Create a New Reality." We felt this captured a bit more of the progressive spirit of our Press and offered a call to action. As our unearthing continues, we will continue to update our current site until the unveiling of our new website. You can also read more our blog about what led to this evolution.
In the meantime feel free to browse our books, including our newest book, i see peace, released on Nov. 1st, and the first book in our Gender Team series coming Spring 2013, or take a look around at the thoughts and vision that laid the groundwork for our Press and helped us reach our current embodiment...ripe and ready for our next evolution!
We're very excited about this time and look forward to serving our communities in the coming years. We also encourage you to contact us with any feedback or ideas you'd like to share regarding the evolution of our Press.
"The beginning is the most important part of the work." - Plato