Greenfield Review Press

Greenfield Review Press

The Greenfield Review Press published its first book, a collection of inmate poems smuggled out of Soledad Prison, in 1971. Since then, our press has been a home for a great diversity of voices, including but not limited to African, African American, Arab American, Asian American, American Indian, Caribbean and Chicano poets and fiction writers. We were a multicultural publisher before the term gained wide currency, although we define "multicultural" as inclusive of all cultures not just those neglected in the past.

Genres published 

  • Poetry / Fiction

Writing styles published 

  • Experimental / Political / Feminist / Contemporary

Publication Formats 

  • Book / Chapbook

Languages published 

  • English / Native American Languages

Source Languages 

  • Native American Languages
Publisher Details


Native American Writers

Accept unsolicited submissions: 


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  • Contributor Copies

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Calls for Submissions: 

Native Americans