GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. — A new publishing house in Minnesota, guided by an all-woman leadership team, is trying out a unique model.
Hadleigh House was founded by authors Alisha Perkins and Allison Mann, along with Chief Operating Officer Anna Biehn. Its vision is to be a "collaborative place where authors work together and share in the success, investment and process of bringing a manuscript to the marketplace."
The publishing house will provide a place for authors to collaborate through every stage of the publishing process, lean on one another, and encourage unconventional thinking, according to the founders.
Alisha Perkins, Chief Creative Officer, is the author of "Running Home" and "Martyred." Allison Mann is a co-author of "The Girls Are Gone." And Anna Biehn leads the business side of Hadleigh.
The first author Hadleigh House began working with, upon its launch in December, was Kat Perkins, a local singer-songwriter and speaker known for her appearance on "The Voice."
Learn more about Hadleigh House at HadleighHouse.com.
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