Sometimes you have to listen closely. At Mumblers Press, our direction is always changing, but we have something to say.
Books are always on the way: Five puppies traverse the San Francisco bay area to find their dad. A saga of building the atomic bomb in 1960s India. Green Dot, the sequel to Red Dot. Multiple authors. Short fiction, and non-fiction, too. And perhaps a translation or two?
The House on Ashbury Street
When Nikki, a Brooklyn child therapist, is triggered by a young client’s case, she realizes something traumatic happened in her childhood at a Haight Ashbury commune in the seventies. But she can’t remember it.
Across the country in Death Valley, Deb, one of Nikki’s housemates from the San Francisco collective, is on a quest for justice for her brother, a Vietnam Vet, who died at the house three decades earlier. As both women begin to seek the truth about their shared past, their paths cross once again. Together, the two friends search for answers about the devastating events at the house on Ashbury Street.
The House on Ashbury Street asks, does shedding light in the darkest corners of the people we love bring us any closer to them? Or are the secrets we keep sometimes the only thing saving us?
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