Sylphar Press::. an aspiring artist press.

Sylphar Press is a boutique press. We'll help you with for branding, books, e-books, and CDs. We can help with marketing websites, mobile sites, and applications. Whether you need help with editing, writing style and voice, distribution or promotion, or recording, we want to gather all our resources and creative talent together in one place, and have a giant bon-fire of creative energy released. Create it, get it out there, it's worth it and with the right connections you can do it. Stay connected.

We'll help you every step of the way.

Sylphar Press formed in response to needs found in the marketplace. Everyone has at least one good creative project that they’d love to see through to fruition, but they run out of steam because of technicalities.

D-Y-I with a little help from your friends

We're here to advise you and help you find technical solutions. Want to publish on your own label? Need help figuring out getting an ISBN or UPC code? Need help with Photoshop or finding a cheaper solution? We can help. We know what resources to use to get the project done on schedule and with a minimum budget. We can help you figure out the best software to use how to use it. We’ll guide you in the technical so you can focus on the fun stuff.

Hire Us.

We can take on the technical aspects for you. You tell us what you're trying to produce, and we'll do it for you. You'll be published on our label with a minimum of effort while retaining complete creative control and rights.

How to pronounce "sylphar"

Say it like: "sil-far."
Pronunciation: \’silf\ - \’är\
Function: verb

Etymology: Sylphar is a made up verb. The idea is a pun that describe navigating the forest for the trees, as sylphs were fairies and forest creatures. Sylphar also plays on the concept of quicksilver or air elements, which were considered mediums of communication.
Etymology of root word: [New Latin sylpha, perhaps blend of Latin sylvestris, of the forest (from silva, sylva, forest) and Latin nympha, nymph; see nymph.].
Origin of root word: 1657
1 : an elemental being in the theory of Paracelsus that inhabits air
2 : a slender graceful woman or girl
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