Soulstice Publishing brings to life “books with soul” that inspire readers with stories of human potential realized and celebrate our unique position in the Southwest.

Our recent offerings are sure to inspire you with their tales of personal and athletic resilience:

Abdi’s World: for the runner and sports fan, share the laid-back mojo that drives five-time Olympian Abdi Abdirahman to continue competing at the top of his sport.

Barbed: A Memoir: for the memoir fan and anyone interested in the realities of Western ranch life, explore what happened when Julie Morrison put everything on the line to try to save her family’s northern Arizona ranch.

Buy Abdi’s World and Barbed: A Memoir here, or wherever books are sold. And check out our other offerings at the bottom of the page.

NOW AVAILABLE FOR A LIMITED TIME: Due to customer demand, a dozen photos from George Breed’s book Walking Flagstaff are now available as stand-alone prints, signed by the photographer. Check the product page and make your selection!

SOMETHING TO CELEBRATE: We knew Pat Melgares’s book Chasing Excellence was a winner from our very first conversation with Pat about Coach Joe I. Vigil’s life story. The International Latino Book Awards agreed, awarding it a Gold in the Sports category. The award is presented starting at 22:04 in this video. Congratulations, Pat!

SOMETHING ELSE TO CELEBRATE: George Breed’s gorgeous book Walking Flagstaff was awarded Best Coffee Table Book and best cover design for books larger than 6×9 by the New Mexico–Arizona Book awards this year!


Chasing Excellence: The Remarkable Life and Inspiring Vigilosophy of Coach Joe I. Vigil, by Pat Melgares,
received Best Biography at IBPA, won Best Sports Book in the International Latino Book Awards, and was a finalist in the New Mexico–Arizona Book Awards and the Colorado Book Awards

Walking Flagstaff, A Photo Journal by George Breed was a silver medalist at the Independent Book Publishers Association’s Benjamin Franklin Awards for Best Regional book and won Best Coffee Table Book in the New Mexico–Arizona Book Awards

To Imogene, a Flagstaff Love Letter was a silver medalist in the Best First Nonfiction of the Independent Book Publishers Association’s Benjamin Franklin Awards, and Best First Book Arizona and and Best Large Format Cover Design in the New Mexico–Arizona Book Awards

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