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About Us

Epic Slant Press is a small publishing company based in North Carolina that currently focuses on books and games. Positivity is the driving force that guides each and every project that the company takes on. The team strongly believes that with a positive outlook anyone can achieve great things. Epic Slant Press strives to support small and local businesses, aid fellow entrepreneurs, and donate a portion of all profits to charities and good causes.


Why Positivity?

Think of a time when you went back to a store or restaurant and an employee there remembered your name. That simple act probably gave you warm feelings (and might help retain your business!). How about a day when all of your customers were angry or just apathetic, and then you had that one customer that was cheerful and grateful for your help? Positive encounters like these make lasting impressions and it is our mission to better serve the community by creating as many of them as possible.

The Man-Child Promised Land

This isn’t so much of an article as a “Did you know this existed?” I’m familiar with Kickstarter of course! That is how I found great people to help get The Raider’s Companion off the ground. It has also turned into a place where I spend my money buying things that someone else thought of that I never knew I’d want. Things that would otherwise probably not make it to the commercial market. That said, did you know Lego does the same thing? Have you ever said, “Man I wish Lego made a…” I have. I can admit that. 30 years old and I still delight in looking at Lego sets and bricks. If you’re like me, you simply have to check out http://lego.cuusoo.com/

Evidently you can propose a project and if enough people sign off on it Lego will seriously consider turning it into a real set! Seriously, I know where I’ll be spending my web time for a while! Why not play some Lego Minecraft: http://lego.cuusoo.com/ideas/view/4038

I imagine there isn’t a huge market for Ferrel the Lego person but still, I can dream!

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