About

We’re a publishing company created to simplify the process authors undergo when trying to print their books. Whether you’re looking to print a single book, or 1,000, we can get you set up professionally, and we’ll do this in consultation with you the whole way.


We’re able to take you through the process comprehensively to connect you to the audience you hope to reach. There are so many services out there, but few have the kind of customer service that allows you to ask questions. With our company, you’ll work directly with a person that can get you what you need, and the final book that you want.

 

Part of the Bayberry Book’s mission is to offer a cooperative relationship between author and publisher to maximize the reach of a given title and to do away with the traditional, wasteful publishing model. Bayberry Books also has done a few workshops for writers on the subject of publishing on your own — contact us if you’d like us to come to your community!

 

 

Bayberry Books was founded in 2010 by Gabe Stuart to undertake publishing projects of all sorts: art books, poetry, biographies, non-fiction, memoirs, family histories…and those are just a few examples.

We’re out in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, New York, let us know how we can help.

 

Press

 

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In July of 2013 we were interviewed by the Greenpoint Gazette:

 

 

 

Writing the next great American novel? You may want to consult Gabe Stuart before you write another word.

 

The Greenpoint resident’s Bayberry Books, a one-stop, full-service shop for aspiring authors pulls together all the parts of the publishing process to help turn his clients’ dreams into bound reality. From editing to proofreading to designing a cover and finding a printer, Stuart manages all aspects of producing a book. He’ll even list you on Amazon if you want. […]

Full article here!

 

Workshops
To date, Bayberry Books founder Gabe Stuart has done a handful of writer’s workshops, ranging from libraries to bookstores and universities. The venues have been Brooklyn Library’s Greenpoint; Word Bookstore Greenpoint; CUNY’s Graduate Center for Journalism. Future workshops are planned in Brooklyn at the Greenpoint library, an the local YMCA. And Cape Cod may also get a few events over the winter and into 2014…more to be announced soon. Please get in touch if you’d like to host a workshop!