Visionary Fiction Alliance

Portal to Visionary Fiction – Transforming Human Consciousness



Katharine Sands, Pub Consultant at April Eberhardt Literary Agency


Marilyn King, Ph.D.

Lesley Kellas Payne


Lynnette Phillips

Book Marketer/Coach and award winning Blogger

Penny C . Sansevieri

(858) 560-0121 or
“We are a full service marketing and publicity firm offering custom campaigns and programs to serve the fiction author.
We offer a free initial consultation during which time we’ll talk about your book and your goals!”
Sharon Williams


Digital FX, LLC
Kenneth Pottie


Maggie McLaughlin


Iron Horse Formatting


Elaina Lee at For the Muse Designs

“Reasonably priced and easy to work with.”

Clarissa Yeo!premade-book-covers


Carl Jung, Modern Man in Search of a Soul, Lecture “Psychology and Literature”

Available on Amazon, including for Kindle.

Edward J. Ahearn, Visionary Fictions: Apocalyptic Writing from Blake to the Modern Age

Yale University Press 1996
Available on Amazon.

Flo Keyes,  The Literature of Hope in the Middle Ages and Today

Some pages available for preview on Shows links to purchase.

6 comments on “Resources

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  2. esdragon2Esme
    January 17, 2014

    As a ‘first step’, it’s great to have these resources listed, but unfortunately I think they will be helpful only to those living in the USA. The cost (Marketing and Publicity, e.g.) of the 30 minute ‘free’ telephone consultation would be prohibitive for us in the UK/Europe or Australia. It would be nice if others could add to the list. The Agents also cover US regions but if we are based elsewhere, we need agents who have their reach nearer our home base. Can anyone perhaps come up with suggestions for the UK market?


    • Peggy Payne
      January 17, 2014

      If you can use Skype, the call is free! A wonderful thing!


  3. esdragon2Esme
    January 18, 2014

    Thanks Peggy, I did think of Skype myself, but try as I might, I could only find one way of making contact on that site and that was on a USA phone number. To arrange to Skype there needs to be a way to contact the person first. Even getting around that, all the targets she offers to hit with publicity are in the USA. I suppose if that highlights and sells your books, that would be OK. But I’d still like to get them marketed here at home as well.


  4. esdragon2
    March 1, 2014

    This Resources list is a great idea, yet I feel it is still very limited. I am about to recommend an editor who has worked for me. He is extremely literate, with wide experience of world-class writers from many different genre, as well as being a talented poet himself. He is UK based, but all is possible with the www and the internet. (Plus Skype, as has been suggested already, if one need to discuss/ communicate face to face.)

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  5. D. Thrush
    October 27, 2015

    I’d like to see places where we can advertise our books ourselves such as sites or email marketers. There have to be a few.


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