Publisher of books about the history, people, and issues of the Rocky Mountain West

WordsWorth is an independent publishing company founded in 2005. Located in Cody, Wyoming, we focus on books about  the history, culture, and environmental issues of the Northern Rocky Mountains.

In addition to publishing, we help authors market and promote their books. We only accept manuscripts we believe in, and when we publish a book we are committed to promoting it through our network of booksellers and libraries. WordsWorth supports our authors with a large network of  professional writers, illustrators, historians, designers, editors, proofreaders, and printers — a network developed through years of experience and collaboration.

Member, Mountains and Plains Independent Booksellers Association.

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WordsWorth is an independent publishing company founded in 2005. Located in Cody, Wyoming, we focus on books about  the history, culture, and environmental issues of the Northern Rocky Mountains.

In addition to publishing, we help authors market and promote their books. We only accept manuscripts we believe in, and when we publish a book we are committed to promoting it through our network of booksellers and libraries. WordsWorth supports our authors with a large network of  professional writers, illustrators, historians, designers, editors, proofreaders, and printers — a network developed through years of experience and collaboration.

Member, Mountains and Plains Independent Booksellers Association.

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The Best of Proctor’s West: An in-depth study of eleven of Proctor’s bronzes Edited By Peter H. Hassrick With Contributions by Karen B. McWhorter and Allison Rosenthal Foreword by Bruce B. Eldredge Released by Buffalo Bill Center of the West in collaboration with WordsWorth Publishing. The Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody, Wyoming,… Read More

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Author Christina Waters, Inside the Flame: The Joy of Treasuring What You Already Have, writes about being an Author: “the true story. . . Think twice before you fantasize about becoming an author.  In the six months leading up to the publication of my book, Inside the Flame, and for the past five months afterwards,… Read More

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Ron Hitchcock’s wide-ranging collection of poems celebrate and questions our existence in the natural world. Forests, streams, woodlands, and the animals that dwell there fascinate him — as does human behavior. Hitchcock writes with a biologist’s wisdom, joyful humor, and a disarming delight. In Places and Fables, biologist, naturalist, and emerging poet Ron Hitchcock leads… Read More

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