We believe in inspiring and encouraging people to go for their empowered “Yes!” – that’s the essence of Salt River.

Salt River Publishing was established in 2013 as a no-profit online company with the idea of inspiring and encouraging writers, translators, poets, artists and photographers to share their work.

In 2015 Salt River was recognized by the Library of Congress as a bona fide small publisher: we have published the work of more than four authors and our books are of a good standard.

What we do:

We link authors with publishing professionals who provide services for anybody with a book in the making.

And we publish books that inspire and encourage, including children’s books and books that deepen the understanding of mysticism.

Do you have one?


At Salt River Publishing, the authors choose their own royalty rate and retail price, control distribution rights and hold the copyright for their book. Salt River Publishing itself is a service company and makes no profit.

SRP associates are available to help you finalize your work and get it out there, whether you publish independently or your book is accepted for publication at Salt River.

At Salt River you are independent – but you have the experienced support you need.


Why “Salt River”? 

We’re called Salt River Publishing after a 300-mile stretch of waters that come from the White Mountains in the eastern part of Arizona, westward and southwest to Phoenix. The Salt River and its numerous tributaries provide drinking water along the way and for the entire Phoenix area, as well as feeding 1,000 miles of irrigation canals for crops. In a desert terrain like the one you see in the photo on our site, a little water means life – for plants, animals, birds and people. Tributaries flowing into the Salt River are what have made it such a tremendous resource for hundreds of years. For us at SRP, we see a river of inspiration and encouragement emerging from the flowing together of artists and publishing professionals: everybody benefits – readers, writers, artists, editors and designers. This idea of abundance and mutual benefit is what is behind the Salt River name.


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ON SALT RIVER by AG et al is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.

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