Station Hill of Barrytown, established in 1977 by George Quasha and Susan Quasha, is an independent publisher whose mission is to challenge and expand conceptions of human possibility.
Innovative works in human alternatives have been published in the arts, particularly in poetry and literature (including fiction, non-fiction, and criticism) and contemporary art and music; philosophies and practices of conscious living (including studies in Buddhism, Dzogchen, Zen and Jewish esotericism); alternative health and healing (including acupuncture, bodywork, oriental medicine, mind-body therapies, and cooking); and social and ecological studies.
Station Hill is a green publisher. All of our books are printed to order. This reduces waste and helps us keep prices low while greatly reducing our impact on the environment.