We made some major accomplishments in 2017. Help us meet our fundraising goal so we can start 2018 with a bang!
Beacon House authors were interviewed by WUSA 9 reporter Evan Koslof about their new book, "The Day Tajon Got Shot"!
The Reach Books by Teens 2016 series is underway! Learn more.
Humans of Ballou has been launched into the world! Check it out and learn more.
Books by authors from Ballou HS and Reach Incorporated are Finalists! Learn more.
SMP Authors shared their books with educators from all over the world. Learn more.
The next series of Reach Incorporated's teen-authored children's books coming SOON! Learn more.
Authors celebrate in Port-au-Prince with advanced copies of their books raising awareness about child slavery. Books on sale now! Learn more
Listen to a great piece about the Restavek Freedom Writer childrens' books on an NPR affiliate. Hear these girls speak (and sing!) their dreams for an end to child slavery. Listen here.
The Beacon House authors of Trinitoga, a novel-in-stories about a fictionalized rough neighborhood in DC, celebrate their books at the DC Author Festival. Learn more.
Shout Mouse Press is a nonprofit writing
and publishing program with a mission:
to amplify underheard voices.
Everyone has a story to tell and the ability to tell it. Our job is to amplify those voices, and to share them with you. Through writing workshops that lead to professional publication, Shout Mouse coaches writers from marginalized backgrounds to tell their own stories in their own voices and, as published authors, to act as agents of change. Learn more.
OUR LATEST BOOKS
Listen to the NPR story about our book project to end child slavery in Haiti.