Sea Crow Press is committed to amplifying voices that might otherwise go unheard with a focus on positive change and great storytelling. Founded in 2020, the growing press is home to an eclectic collection of creative nonfiction, fiction, and poetry. At Sea Crow Press we believe the small press plays an essential part in contemporary arts by amplifying its voices. Sea Crow Press is committed to building an accessible community of writers and dedicated to telling stories that matter.
Sea Crow Press is named for a flock of five talkative crows you can find anywhere on the beach between Scudder Lane and Bone Hill Road in Barnstable Village on Cape Cod.
According to Norse legend, one-eyed Odin sent two crows out into the world so they could return and tell him its stories. If you sit and listen to the sea crows in Barnstable as they fly and roost and chatter, it’s an easy legend to believe.
The founder of Sea Crow Press, Mary’s work emphasizes connection with a focus on positive empowerment and trying new things.
Why is it so hard to say what you mean? This question has driven Anastasia Drost personally and professionally—as a Literature major and then as a language teacher and editor in Europe and the United States. Connecting a person’s intentions with their written output is her passion.
Genie is an editor and proofreader with an irreverent sense of humor and a quaint devotion to longhand. When not proofreading or editing , Genie can be found making no-knead bread dough or chasing chickens out of the garden.