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Welcome!

Hello and welcome to Two Bears Publishing Co! We are very excited to launch this community venture, here in the heart of Ashford in Kent.



We aim to be a one-stop shop for local creatives, to provide support to those who need it with their publishing needs, whilst also providing workshops and seminars for the community in the very near future.

Here are our objectives:

· To support local people to produce their writing, art

and creativity

· To work with local businesses and charities to use our work to promote better mental health

· To make the publishing process simpler and easier for people who cannot navigate it

· To provide a safe place that helps those with mental health issues, male survivors of domestic abuse etc. and provide an outlet for individuals and groups that is productive and creative


We are super excited to announce that local writer, Trevor Twohig, is publishing his most recent novel, Estuary Anguish, with Two Bears.

Trevor is a well-known local writer and if you haven't already check out his Charlie Stone series, you can do so here:


Estuary Anguish is a new and exciting project, that incorporates elements of areas which



Two Bears is very interested in supporting i.e. mental health, addiction and domestic abuse.

Estuary Anguish whill be released on August 14th, 2022 and you can find out more about the project here:


For now though do sign up at Trev's website and here for the latest news!


Much love,


The Two Bears xx



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