The Dreamspinner Press Controversy

The true story of a publisher who stopped paying its authors — and is somehow still in business

Promotional image for the author’s two YA books, Out of Order (2015) and Order in the Court (2016), with the Harmony Ink Press imprint of Dreamspinner Press (link now defunct)

On July 16, 2021, I made the following announcement on my public Facebook page:

“I have made the hard decision to part ways with Dreamspinner Press and their imprint, Harmony Ink, who published Out of Order (2015) and…

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Casey Lawrence is a Canadian PhD student of English at Trinity College Dublin. She is the author of two LGBT YA novels, Out of Order and Order in the Court.

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Casey Lawrence

Casey Lawrence

Casey Lawrence is a Canadian PhD student of English at Trinity College Dublin. She is the author of two LGBT YA novels, Out of Order and Order in the Court.

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