Cat & Mouse Press
You Don’t Have to Go Far for a Great Story
Cat & Mouse Press publishes engaging, inclusive books with a connection to the Delaware seashore, manages the Rehoboth Beach Reads Short Story Contest, and provides resources and opportunities for writers.
The Rehoboth Beach Reads Short Story Contest showcases writing talent and provides a way for new and emerging writers to have their work published. Please follow our Facebook page for updates on our activities and publications.
Book Launches and Signing Parties
Our writers (and readers) enjoy attending book launches, signing parties, and other events.
Cat & Mouse Kids
For our younger readers (and their parents and grandparents), we publish children’s books that are free from paid advertising and contain high-quality writing and illustration. We always try to put everyone “in the picture” by including illustrations that are free from stereotypes and that depict a variety of ages, abilities, family types, and ethnic groups. Connect with us on our Cat & Mouse Kids Facebook page.
We are a very small publisher, so we are able to accept only one or two outside manuscripts a year. To be accepted for publication, books must have a strong regional focus, be marketable to local independent bookstores, and be a good fit with our other publications. Submit queries, proposals, or manuscripts to firstname.lastname@example.org. All inquiries are answered promptly. Please read our Submission Guidelines.
Cat & Mouse Authors & Illustrators
We use local writers and illustrators and endeavor to treat everyone fairly and respectfully. Our authors never pay for publication and receive editing services, book design and production, and marketing. Above all, we want our authors to have fun!
The “Top Cat”
Nancy Day Sakaduski founded Cat & Mouse Press to support local writers and create “playful” books with a connection to the Delaware shore. She enjoys working with writers to help them perfect their writing and experience the joys of publication. She does indeed have a cat, and probably a mouse or two, as the cat prefers napping to hunting.
Nancy writes for children and adults and has authored 24 published books. One of her children’s books, Passport to History: Ancient Greece, was named best social studies book by the Society of School Librarians International, and “Mapping the Mind,” which appeared in Odyssey magazine, won the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators Award for Nonfiction. She co-authored Scientific English with her father, Robert Day. She has also done some editing, and was honored to serve as the developmental editor for Global Energy Innovation: Why America Must Lead, a book by Nobel Peace Prize winner Woodrow Clark II.
Nancy is on the board of directors of Delaware Press Association, and is also a member of the Rehoboth Beach Writers’ Guild and the Eastern Shore Writers Association.
Amazon author page: amazon.com/author/nancysakaduski