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About Newrome Press

  • Who is Newrome Press?

    Newrome Press, founded in 2008, is an independent Orthodox Christian publisher located in Columbia, Missouri.

    Newrome Press does not represent, nor is it officially affiliated, with any Orthodox jurisdiction.

    All Newrome Press authors are Orthodox Christians, and are members of canonical jurisdictions.

  • Why 'NEWROME'?

    The name of the press, stylized as NEWROME [single word], refers to the city of Constantinople, which was called New Rome (in Greek Νέα Ῥώμη) by St. Constantine the Great.

    The name was chosen for two reasons: a) in honor of the founder's paternal ancestors who were from Asia Minor, and specifically, the city of Constantinopole; b) in honor of the once great See of Constantinople, and her hierarchs and personages who were stalwart defenders of the holy Orthodox faith, including St. John Chrysostom, St. Gregory the Theologian, St. Theodore the Studite, St. Photios the Great, and St. Symeon the New Theologian.

    Our logo features a double headed eagle gripping an open book in its talons with the letters N P [Newrome Press] on the front and back covers.

    The double headed eagle was first adopted as an imperial symbol in the 11th c. Today, it generally refers to Orthodoxy and is used throughout the world by various patriarchal and autocephalous Churches.

  • Does Newrome Press accept submissions?

    Newrome Press welcomes submissions, but only accepts manuscripts that are not currently under consideration by another publisher.

    The first step in establishing a relationship with Newrome Press is to send an introductory email. In your email, please tell us something about yourself and your manuscript. If we are interested in pursuing a relationship, we will respond with next steps.

  • Can I hire Newrome Press to design my book?

    Newrome Press does not design books for individuals or other publishers.

Product Information

Order Information

  • When will my order ship?

    We typically ship in-stock items within 1-2 days. We do not ship on weekends, on major feast days, during Bright Week, or if otherwise indicated by an announcement banner at the top of the site.

  • Where do you ship to?

    We ship worldwide, with exceptions. If your delivery country is not available during check out, please contact us to see if we are able to ship to to your location.

  • I have a question about my order, what should I do?

    Contact us! Note that the following confirmation emails will automatically be sent by our system: shipping, out for delivery, and shipment delivered. If you have not received confirmation emails, please check your spam folder.

  • My order never arrived. Is my order insured?

    Newrome Press will replace lost shipments at their expense for Priority USPS service and above.

    First-class and media mail orders are uninsured, and are the sole responsibility of the purchasers.

    If you wish to guarantee your shipment, please select Priority USPS service or above.

  • My book is defective, what should I do?

    While misprints are rare, they do happen. If you believe that you have received a misprint, contact us for assistance.

    As part of the replacement process, we will ask that you send us photos of the defective pages or section of the book.

  • What is your return policy?

    Newrome Press only accepts returns for unopened [shrink wrap intact] and unread books in salable condition. Prior authorization is required for all returns.

    The customer is responsible for return-shipping costs.

  • Do you offer wholesale pricing?

    Newrome Press is pleased to offer wholesale pricing to bookstores, whether a monastery, parish, or traditional brick and mortar store.

    Wholesale customers must abide by our wholesale purchasing agreement, which includes certain purchasing requirements.

    Abuse of wholesale privileges will result in the suspension, or termination, of wholesale account.

    If you are interested in establishing a wholesale account, please contact us.