opened in 2009, and was acquired Eternal in 2010. Venerable fantasy magazine "Realms of Fantasy" joined the group in 2010 and went under in 2011.
In 2015 the entire kit and caboodle was acquired by Alan Leddon, who was also in charge of Spero Press. In the same year all three were positioned, along with four other imprints, under the umbrella of Caliburn Press. In 2016 Leddon posted a GoFundMe page to open a "Spiritual Bookstore" and raised $30 of his $25,000 goal. In the description Leddon represents himself as essentially living in poverty. This does not seem to prevent him from snapping up struggling publishing companies like hot cakes.
Complaints about the various heads of this publishing hydra have built up over the years, including accounts of unapproved editing, crazy kills fees, and non-payment of employees and authors. While their website solicits refugees from Samhain's trouble, some of their own authors and staff can be seen fleeing out the back door. Author Nannette Laree Hernandez sued Leddon and Lulu.com for diverted and unpaid royalties and falsified statements. The action was dismissed without prejudice earlier this year.
TL;DR -- not with a bargepole