EcceNova Editions, a small, independent publishing venture founded in 2003, has officially declared its Paranormal ‘foundation’ and future agenda.
Initially a publisher of Paranormal, Religious, and Scientific Non-Fiction, a recent turn of events led Editor Janet Tyson, MA to conclude that the role for EcceNova was being shaped by the very people submitting manuscripts.
“There has been such an overwhelming flow of interest and keenness amongst authors to disclose their controversial research, their experiences, that we decided this was the focus we wanted to develop” Tyson states. That she, herself, has only recently revealed a personal account of extraterrestrial contact and human ‘agents’ is testimony to the fact that EcceNova is serious about becoming a publisher of record for Paranormal research and related personal testimony.
While the main focus will be UFO-related titles, EcceNova will also be seeking non-fiction submissions in fields relating to Ghosts, Apparitions, Witchcraft, and other Psychical Phenomena. “We can only publish a select few per year at this stage, but our options are open.”
The need for disclosure at all levels is becoming evident. EcceNova not only acknowledges this, but is going to attempt to be an active agent for positive change. Putting their “money where their mouth is,” Tyson’s personal account, published as Side Effect: Testament of a Contactee, under the pseudonym “Enola Nicks,” is being offered online, FREE and indefinitely, on the EcceNova website.
“The universe is far more diverse and inviting to inquisitive minds than our current categorization of formal research allows.” Janet Tyson, MA.