Victorina Press was founded by Consuelo Rivera-Fuentes. She is a Chilean-British writer and academic. Victorina Press is, therefore, rooted strongly in Chilean and British cultures.
The company was founded in Market Drayton, a small market town found in Shropshire. This is very important, as there are many publishing companies in London, but far fewer in the rest of the UK.
However, we are now based in Uttoxeter, Kingstone.
The name Victorina Press was chosen in honour of Consuelo’s mother who passed her love for reading and literature on to all her children.
Our mission is to publish inspirational and great books. To do this we follow principles of bibliodiversity, a concept developed by a group of Chilean independent publishers — Editores independientes de Chile —in the late 1990s and now part of the ethos of many worldwide independent publishers. Diversity is beautiful.