Headquartered in Seattle, Washington, Jaded Ibis Press publishes fine and unusual works of literature, CDs, DVDs, and related prod ucts. Our intent is to facilitate the convergence of diverse media and art forms, and give wide exposure to literary, visual and musical artists of exceptional talent.


Jaded Ibis Press publishes each book in four editions: ebook (under $10), black-and-white paper ($12-24), color paper ($30-80), and fine art limited editions ($2000-20,000). Each title includes visual art by a notable artist or artists and an audio track of music, spoken word or sound art. Fine art editions incorporate a variety of materials and conceptually reflect the content of the book.

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Jaded Ibis Press pays our authors 40% net royalties, compared to the traditional 71/2-10%. We pay our visual artists 10% net royalties, and our musicians each share in the 50% net royalties from the CD. Jaded Ibis Productions produces the CD compilation of music created for the previous 10-12 titles.


The editors at Jaded Ibis Press are award-winning writers of innovative prose and poetry.

We are dedicated to the continuing evolution of the literary arts, and to discovering and supporting new writers of 21st Century literature.  We have years of dedicated teaching experience and frequently lecture on literature, including 21st Century narrative forms, at universities and writing conferences throughout the country.

 Debra Di Blasi also worked in advertising, magazine production management and art journalism, and holds a degree in visual art, in addition to studies in poetry and fiction.

Sam Witt graduated from The Iowa Writers’ Workshop and University of Virginia, and worked as a free-lance journalist in San Francisco for several years, publishing in such magazines as Computerworld, the San Francisco Chronicle, Salon and Wired.

Debra Di Blasi
Publisher & Prose Editor
Debra Di Blasi

Sam witt
Poetry Editor
Sam Witt


Jaded Ibis Press uses digital and print-on-demand publishing because we care about the fate of the environment. Our business decisions are guided by an attempt to perpetuate literature that is intellectually, culturally and ecologically sustainable.


Each year in the U.S. alone hundreds of thousands of new titles are published by traditional printing methods; that is, in bulk quantities. An average of 150,000 multiplied by an average print run of 5,000, multiplied by an average of 200 pages per book equals nearly 150 Billion (150,000,000,000) pages annually, plus book covers and jackets.

Half of these books will be returned to their publisher and destroyed or liquidated. Those that cannot be liquidated will also be destroyed.

Timber is cut down not only for the billions of book pages and covers but also for the wooden pallets on which to ship the books. Two-thirds of the world’s cut wood, including rare hardwoods, is used for shipping pallets.

It’s difficult to put a number on the enormous amount of energy used to warehouse undemanded books; to manufacture the ink, paper, binding materials, and shipping pallets; to transport the pallets from printer to warehouse to bookstore; to process the fuel used to transport the pallets of paper products and books, to manufacture the transport vehicles, to manufacture the parts used in manufacturing the vehicles, ad nauseam.