Watch Founder & President Rebekah Borucki’s live interview on Bloomberg’s Quicktake with Madison Mills. Listen to how Row House Publishing is disrupting the industry and raising the volume on voices that matter through transparency and equity-based contracts.
Our mission is to create an equitable publishing model that represents the values and diversity of the authors and audience we embrace.
In 2020, it became clear that there was no publisher equally committed to supporting authors while also honoring antiracist and inclusive principles. Row House is creating a new model that supports authors from diverse backgrounds—ethnic, racial, economic, orientation, and identification—from day one.
Row House is also building a community of authors committed to supporting each other and making a positive impact. Our books span many genres, from personal development to adult trade to children’s literature.
We’re more than halfway to our big $900,000 fundraising goal, and we’d love to welcome you to the Row House family of investors!
We raised a whopping $300,000 in our first round, and we’re on our way to making the next $600,000 goal. Find out how you can own a piece of Row House for as little as $300!
Click on the video clip to watch the replay of our live September 9 investor Q&A. And if you’d like to chat with us about investing, sign up for our next LIVE Q&A session on October 14. We’ll fill you in on everything Row House and what it means to join our family of investors. You can also email us with your questions or to request a private call with Rebekah.
Be one of the first to meet our 2021-2022 class of authors, including our full roster of Wheat Penny Press children’s authors and illustrators! We’re incredibly proud of the list of creators and change-makers who have chosen Row House as their literary home. CLICK HERE to check it out!
In October 2020, Kristen McGuiness sent an unassuming text to her friend, Rebekah — “Time to start your own publishing house?” Neither of them could have imagined that in fewer than six months, they would have formed a sales and distribution partnership with a “Top 5” publishing, signed six authors, and raised nearly half a million dollars through a grassroots crowdfunding campaign.
Rebekah “Bex” Borucki (she/they) is a mother-to-five, self-help and children’s author, and the Founder and President of Row House, Wheat Penny Press (Row House’s children’s imprint), and the WPP Little Readers Big Change Initiative. Since 2009, Rebekah has run an online wellness advocacy space through her BexLife platform. She has also served on the Yoga Alliance Equity Task Force and as a mentor for Hay House’s Diverse Wisdom Initiative. Rebekah is driven by a commitment to make wellness tools available to all and to help others recover the liberation stolen from them by White Supremacy. She lives with her family in New Jersey.
With experience in editorial at Harper Collins and Simon & Schuster, and publicity at St. Martin’s Press, Kristen McGuiness (she/her) joined Row House as soon as it became a reality as the Vice President and Editor-at-Large. She is the bestselling author of 51/20: The Magical Adventures of a Single Life and has co-written dozens of books. Kristen has been feather on the “Today Show,” in USA Today, and in Marie Claire. She is also the founder of Storyboxing, book coaching and courses for authors looks to “write the good fight.” Kristen lives in Ojai, CA, with her husband, two children, and their dog, Peter.
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