Since our founding in 2012, Black House Publishing has sought to publish the work of a diverse range of political, economic and social writers, including the work of authors that some “freedom loving” liberals, and the “politically correct” have sought to silence. To this end we publish works from across the whole political spectrum. Our titles include works by Anarchists, Atheists, Fascists, Marxists, Nationalists, Pacifists, Socialists, Syndicalists, Third Positionists, Zionists, and those beyond such labelling. We do not accept that the only authors to merit publication in the 21st Century are those who do not offend, or challenge the values of, liberal-capitalist society.

In addition to publishing some historical works, – such as books by the German National Socialist economist Gottfried Feder, and British Fascist Oswald Mosley – which to appease the politically correct, would otherwise remain out of print, Black House Publishing also publishes the work of contemporary authors who highlight the increasing problem of materialism, cultural and racial extinction, the erosion of liberty, the undermining of international law, environmental destruction, over population, and the global enslavement of humanity by an economic and political elite.

As a publisher we have no agenda beyond publishing works that mainstream publishers – for fear of upsetting the ‘politically correct’, – dare not handle. We have no political or financial association with any political group or ideology, and we do not publish works that advocate or promote xenophobia, homophobia, or racial hatred.


One of the hallmarks of our present economic system is that it highly rewards the purveyors of mediocrity, the bland, the untalented, while society’s real artists and intellectuals have to survive the challenges of “free market” forces. We lack the social structure to support those who struggle in the pursuit of their art. An author can spend months, even years writing a book of any merit, yet we complain if we have to pay more than the price of a ‘Happy Meal’ for the paperback edition.

Black House Publishing believes in rewarding our authors. Not just in terms of royalty payments on the sale of the books we publish, but in helping to support our authors for the book they are still working on. Please show your support, by ordering a book which will be signed by the author, or even printed in the Preface, thanking you personally for your support. 


Black House Publishing welcomes the opportunity to publish the work of new authors, especially those authors who not only have the skills to communicate their ideas, but possess the capacity for original thought and vision. If you are such an author, and you would like us to make your book available to a worldwide audience, please submit your manuscript to submissions(at)blackhousepublishing.com Please allow 7 days for us to evaluate your manuscript and reply.


Russia and the Rise of a New Era

The Asia-Pacific region has become the focus for the USA, China and Russia. Australia and New Zealand have sought to create an alignment with both the USA and China, while recently there have been trade overtures between Russia and New Zealand. Antipodeans might find themselves caught between super-power rivalries while our political and business elite cannot see beyond trade and economic relations, which are always secondary forces in the playing out of history. Perceptive Australians and New Zealanders are fortunate in having in New Dawn a medium that looks at history from breadth and depth. Hence, New Dawn has [...]

Conspiracy Theory As A Personality Disorder?

While psychiatry as a means of repressing political dissent was well-known for its use the USSR, this occurred no less and perhaps more so in the West, and particularly in the USA. While the case of Ezra Pound is comparatively well-known now not so recognized is that during the Kennedy era in particular there were efforts to silence critics through psychiatry. The cases of General Edwin Walker, Fredrick Seelig and Lucille Miller might come to mind. As related by Seelig, the treatment meted out to political dissidents in psychiatric wards and institutions could be hellish. [...]