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Tuscany Press: New Catholic publishing company dedicated to Catholic fiction

6/19/2012 - 12:39 PM PST

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WELLESLEY, MA (June 19, 2012) - A new Catholic publishing company, Tuscany Press LLC has been created to publish Catholic fiction.

The new venture, dedicated to Catholic fiction, will provide opportunities to writers of Catholic fiction to publish their works, and readers to discover these great stories.

"Catholics and Christians alike are looking for books that reflect what Gerard Manley Hopkins wrote 'The world is charged with the grandeur of God'" according to Tuscany Press founder Peter J. Mongeau,

Mr. Mongeau continued "We live in a world with tension and conflicts of faith, courage, doubt, grace, hope, beauty, love and the presence of God. Our stories - books should reflect God's grace, beauty and love. Tuscany Press will discover and publish books imprinted with the presence of God."

About Tuscany Press
Tuscany Press LLC is dedicated to publishing Catholic fiction. Tuscany Press is soliciting manuscripts that are "infused with the presence of God - subtly, symbolically, or deliberately." Authors may submit book proposals to

For more information please visit, e-mail Peter Mongeau, Publisher, at or call (781) 424-9321.


Tuscany Press, LLC  MA, 02481 US
Peter Mongeau - Publisher, 


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  1. William Powers
    2 years ago

    I have said for years--no, make that DECADES--that the term 'Catholic Literature' in the United States (at least since mid-20th Century) is an oxymoron. And I was being neither witty nor clever with the comment, I'm simply stating the obvious. I recommend Paul Elie's "The Life You Save May Be Your Own" as a complement to my Catholic literature is a contradiction in terms assertion.

    But I digress. Tuscany Press is a positive step in the right direction, and the people incolved should be lauded by the Catholic community.

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