Amberjack Publishing’s promise is the joy of discovery and the celebration of flawed characters who help readers connect to humanity. Our authors believe in a world which can be more thoughtful, more humane, and more beautiful. We respect the faith that each reader commits to trusting us to share individual stories that are vital, empathetic, and transformational.

Amberjack Publishing is a publishing company based in Idaho with a strong vision and passion for books. We have officially been telling stories since 2014, but we were born storytellers. We are committed to sharing the literature of the individual that dares to stand alone, one who isn't afraid to challenge the status quo, to be different—to be more, not less. We want to help writers tell these stories and to help readers discover them.

 

Dayna Anderson, Publisher 
Dayna Anderson joined Amberjack Publishing in 2014. She holds a degree in Political Science and previously worked in government affairs, lobbying, and campaigning. An avid reader since childhood, she’s grateful for such a serendipitous career change. When Dayna’s not in the office, she can be found exploring the mountains with her family.

Cassandra Farrin, Managing Editor
Cassandra Farrin joined Amberjack Publishing in 2018 but has worked in the publishing industry since 2010. She is also a writer herself. A US-UK Fulbright Scholar, she mastered in the history of religion at Lancaster University in England. She has an abiding love of diverse Asian-Pacific cultures, especially Japan, and, when she isn’t writing, she’s reading anywhere from five to ten books at any given time, usually a mix of historical fantasy, literary fiction, and poetry.

Cherrita Lee, Editor
Cherrita Lee was hired at Amberjack Publishing in 2014. She is what you might call an "avid indoorswoman" and can be found reading anything from ancient Greek literature to manga. Delighting in indulging her nerdy side, she is a huge fangirl of Doctor Who, Harry Potter, anime, Sherlock, Supernatural, and all things British and Korean . . . and the Oxford comma.