National Writers Press, Inc.
Anita E. Biewenga, President/C.E.O.
Samantha Johnson, Vice President/C.O.O.
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The National Writers Press, Inc. started in 1977 with the intent to help authors self-publish their works in a professional manner. With over 165 titles published, the National Writers Press, Inc. became a driving force in self-publishing.
In fall of 2007 the National Writers Press was purchased from its parent company, the National Writers Association. With an eye toward the future of book publishing, the National Writers Press, Inc.™ changed from a self-publishing house to a royalty book publisher.
Since Anita Biewenga became Manager of the National Writers Press, Inc. ™ in 1998, she has assisted in the publication and sale of over fifty titles. One of the titles, The Bartender's Little Black Book, won the Colorado Independent Publisher's Award in 2000 of Best Non-Fiction How-to. Another title, Protecting Moscow From the Soviets, won first place in the San Francisco Book Festival for compilations/anthologies. Fox & Geese, the novel, won the Colorado Author's League Award for Best Genre Fiction 2012.
Recognized for her organizational and people skills, she was appointed Dean of the 2000-2001 Colorado Independent Publishers Association annual College. She is an award winning poet, and has been selected for inclusion in Marquis Who's Who in America, Marquis Who's Who in American Women, Marquis Who's Who in Executives and Professionals, and Marquis Who's Who in the World. After purchasing the National Writers Press, Inc. ™ in 2007, she has published twenty new titles, adding to the list of over seventy five titles she has published in her career. Anita was most recently awarded the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award 2018.
Anita is a fifth generation native of Parker, Colorado. She has had articles published about her work with the National Writers Press, Inc. ™ in the Rocky Mountain News, and the Parker Chronicle.
Samantha A. Johnson with a Masters Degree in Creative Writing, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Politics and Government, has held program co-coordinator positions with such groups as for the University of Denver and the National Stroke Association. Samantha became interested in using her public relations background in book publishing last year, volunteering as the Speaker Coordinator for the National Writers Association Foundation. From September of 1991 to October of 2000, Samantha worked as a financial aide’s assistant at the University of Puget Sound. In this capacity, she computed state and federal study awards, processed financial aide award acceptances, and used her knowledge of the federal regulations and guidelines to answer telephone questions for approximately fifty students per day. She has been published in Women’s Edition South Metro Denver in 2007, and a web article in 2005.
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