Books in sync with nature.

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Welcome to St. Lynn’s Press

When we started our independent press in 2005, we made a commitment to help make people’s lives a little simpler, more creative, better informed – and more in tune with the rhythms of nature. We’re doing what we love: publishing books that give fresh perspectives on organic gardening, sustainable living, “local” and “slow” lifestyles, and self-reliance…by some of the most knowledgeable, entertaining authors out there. We believe in the quality and integrity of each St. Lynn’s title and work closely with our authors to bring their creative visions to light. This dedicated partnership is truly unique in the publishing world.

Our publications focus on:

  • Organic Gardening
  • Sustainable Living
  • “Local” and “Slow” Lifestyles
  • Self-Reliance

We invite you to browse our book selection. Get to know our authors. Visit our blog. We’re glad you dropped by.

Coming Soon

  • The Cancer Survivor's Garden Companion by Jenny Peterson

    Jenny Peterson is a breast cancer survivor. Her long road through cancer treatment was hard, emotional and often deeply depressing. The one thing that pulled her out of the darkness was her desire to be able to garden again. Peterson credits her garden with clearing her mental fog and overcoming her depression, physical limitations and pain. The Cancer Survivor’s Garden Companion explores the therapeutic benefits of this vital “earth connection.” With gentle empathy, beautiful photographs and easy how-to steps, she shows others how to create their own backyard haven for healing – a personal restorative garden – with a bonus of well-grounded guidance about diet, exercise, mental focus and spiritual renewal.
  • The Downsized Veggie Garden by Kate Copsey

    Many of us love homegrown veggies and we’d love to grow some…but our lives are busy and space is an issue. Enter The Downsized Veggie Garden, where low maintenance is the mantra. And so is making smart, creative use of the space we have – whether it’s outdoors, indoors, in-ground, in containers, on a balcony railing…or even going vertical. Garden expert Kate Copsey takes the reader season-by-season, plant-by-plant, with essential tips about soil, seed-starting, plant choices, non-chemical fertilizing, watering, choosing the right containers, veggie garden planning and planting, and much more. This fully illustrated book is a one-stop guide for the beginner gardener or the downsizing gardener.
  • Good Berry Bad Berry by Helen Yoest

    Berries grow in all parts of North America and come in a wide variety of colors, sizes and shapes. But how do you know which ones are safe to eat and which could make you sick, or worse? Author Helen Yoest shows you in the newest of our Good/Bad series: Good Berry Bad Berry – the authoritative one-stop guide to the beautiful world of wild berries – with clear descriptions and full color photographs of 40 of the most noteworthy widely available berries in North America (as well as a separate listing of berries found only in certain regions). Packaged with heavy matte-laminated pages and concealed-wire binding for handy use outside.
  • The Cocktail Hour Garden by C.L. Fornari

    At the end of the day, what better place is there to kick back, get some welcome down time, and chill out than in our own backyard garden? Plant and cocktail lover C. L. Fornari shows how easy it is to create a garden atmosphere that sets the mood for private relaxation or festive occasions. With a wise and witty text, mood-setting plant lists, botanical drink recipes and luscious photographs, The Cocktail Hour Garden reveals the simple secrets to creating an evening pleasure garden.