In 2017, he expanded the company into print publishing with the NewMusicShelf Anthologies of New Music, voice type-/instrument-specific collections of works by living composers, the vast majority of whom are self-published. Each volume is curated by performers who have a reputation for championing new music, with an eye toward selecting works with a range of styles and difficulties that are suitable for concert and recital performance.
With this innovative mode of publishing, NewMusicShelf advocates for self-published composers in a way previously unheard of in the realm of classical music: all self-published composers retain full ownership of their work while earning a generous royalty on every sale.
Curators for the Anthologies include soprano Laura Strickling, mezzo-soprano Megan Ihnen, tenor Dennis Tobenski, baritone Michael Kelly, flutist Tammy Evans Yonce, clarinetist Gregory Oakes, bassoonist Jamie Leigh Sampson, saxophonist Alan Theisen, hornist David Byrd-Morrow, trumpeter Andy Kozar, tubist Aaron Hynds, pianist Marianne Parker, violinist Nicole Parks, and violist Michael Hall.
As of 2019, NewMusicShelf also publishes its Signature Series, collections of works written for a particular performer or organization. Current and upcoming collaborators include Sparks & Wiry Cries, The Lynx Project, pianist Jenny Lin, soprano Laura Strickling, and baritone John Seesholtz.