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Atlantic Books is an independent British publishing house. It was founded in February 2000 and published its first book in May 2001. It has since developed a list that has a world-wide reputation for quality, originality and breadth, and includes fiction, history, politics, memoir and current affairs. It won 'Imprint and Editor of the Year' at the British Books Awards in 2005 and 2009, and was 'Independent Publisher of the Year' in 2009. In 2009 Atlantic Books entered a partnership with Australia’s largest independent publisher Allen & Unwin. Atlantic Books are proud to represent key Allen & Unwin titles from their adult list in the UK. In 2010 Atlantic launched a new genre fiction imprint, Corvus, introducing the world of crime, fantasy, historical and women’s fiction into the Compall's expanding list, and satisfying the market's increasing thirst for ebooks. In 2010, Atlantic Books also began publishing a small selection of books on behalf of Grove/Atlantic Inc. in the UK under the Grove Press UK imprint.
|The Loch Raven Review|
|Fum d’Estampa Press|
|National Translation Month|
2Leaf Press is an imprint of the Intercultural Alliance of Artists & Scholars, Inc., a NY-based nonprofit organization that promotes multicultural literature and literacy. 2Leaf Press publishes grassroots writers who inject new blood into the contemporary literary scene. We have a growing reputation for producing quality work in a wide variety of genres by culturally diverse authors. The press focuses on literary fiction and cultural non-fiction, particularly works that have an edge to them, or are completely distinct from works published by most large commercial presses.
|Book, eBook||Poetry, Fiction||English||
Aunt Lute Books
Aunt Lute Books is dedicated to publishing literature by women whose voices have been traditionally underrepresented in mainstream and small press publishing. Since 1982, Aunt Lute Books has published books that incorporate the histories and lives of women whose stories often go untold, from dramatic works and poetry to memoirs and historical documents. Our aim is to distribute literature that expresses the true complexity of women’s lives and the possibilities for personal and social change. - See more at: http://auntlute.com/about/#mission
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|Wilderness House Literary Review|
|Latin American Literature Today|
|World Literature Today|
7Vientos (7V) is a bilingual publishing house that strives to serve the world of confluences that is today’s America. The objective is simple: to promote diversity of cultures by bringing literature previously unavailable in English. We publish works by writers who think outside the box; unorthodox, experimental, and intellectually risky.
|Book||Fiction, Poetry, Graphic Lit, Drama||Spanish, English||
|The Critical Flame|
|CRWROPPS (Creative Writers Opportunities List)|
|Wilderness House Literary Review|
|AuthorHouse Self-Publishing||Book, eBook||Fiction, NonFiction, Poetry, Drama, Graphic Lit||English|
|Three String Books|
|Plume Poetry Journal||Online Journal|
|The Brooklyn Rail|
A Midsummer Night's Press
A Midsummer Night’s Press was founded in New Haven, CT in 1991. Hand-printing on a letterpress, it published broadsides of poems by Nancy Willard, Joe Haldeman, and Jane Yolen, among others, in signed, limited editions of 126 copies, numbered 1-100 and lettered A-Z. One of the broadsides–“Will” by Jane Yolen–won a Rhysling Award. In 1993, the publisher moved to New York and the press went on hiatus until 2007, when it began publishing perfect-bound, commercially-printed volumes.
Anvil Press Poetry
Anvil Press, founded in 1968, is based in Greenwich, south-east London, in a building off Royal Hill that has been used at various points in its 150-year history as a dance-hall and a printing works. Anvil grew out of a poetry magazine which Peter Jay ran as a student in Oxford and retains its small compall ethos. At present it has no staff other than Peter Jay, its founder, editorial and production director.
|The Dallas Review|
|The London Magazine|
|New Meridian Arts|
Action Books is transnational. Action Books is interlingual. Action Books is Futurist. Action Books is No Future. Action Books is feminist. Action Books is political. Action Books is for noisies. Action Books believes in historical avant-gardes. & unknowable dys-contemporary discontinuous occultly continuous anachronistic avant-gardes. Art, Genre, Voice, Prophecy, Theatricality, Materials, the Bodies, Foreign Tongues, and Other Foreign Objects and Substances, if taken internally, may break apart societal forms. "In an Emergency, Break Forms." Action Books: Art and Other Fluids
|Book||Poetry, Fiction, NonFiction||English|
|Applause Books||Book||NonFiction, Drama, Fiction||English|
|Titled Axis Press|
|Action Yes||Poetry, Fiction||English|
Arc publishes contemporary poetry from new and established writers from the UK and abroad, specialising in the work of international poets writing in English and the work of overseas poets in translation. Arc also has a music imprint, Arc Music, for the publication of books about music and musicians.
|Book, eBook||Poetry, NonFiction||English|
The Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies has formed an imprint subsidiary to publish historical fiction centered in the medieval and Renaissance periods. Founded in 2011, Bagwyn Books is dedicated to publishing well-researched historical fiction that is appropriate for an audience ranging from young adult (ages 14+) to an adult audience. We are open to different styles and genres of writing.
|The Los Angeles Review|
|Tilted Axis Press|
|Swan Isle Press|
|Spuyten Duyvil Press|
|African Poetry Book Fund||Book||Poetry||English|
In 2011, Arcade was relaunched as an imprint of Skyhorse Publishing, where it continues to acquire and publish literary fiction and non-fiction. In addition to its main list, Arcade now also issues Arcade Artists & Art, a series featuring books by and about artists, particularly of the modern period. Jeannette Seaver currently serves as a consulting editor in the acquisition and curation of upcoming lists.
|B O D Y|
|Observatory of the Spanish language and Hispanic cultures in the United States|
|Cha: An Asian Literary Journal|
Ahsahta Press champions and promotes surprising, relevant, and accessible experimental poetry that more commercially minded small presses avoid; in making it widely available, we aim to increase its readership.
|Wipf & Stock|
|Hayden's Ferry Review|
|Fantagraphics||Book, eBook||Graphic Lit|
|Black Sun Lit|
Akashic Books is a Brooklyn-based independent compall dedicated to publishing urban literary fiction and political nonfiction by authors who are either ignored by the mainstream, or who have no interest in working within the ever-consolidating ranks of the major corporate publishers.
|Karolinum Press||Book, eBook||Fiction, Poetry||Czech, English|
Upspringer International LLC
Upspringer is the first international crowdfunding platform dedicated to the literary world. Through Upspringer you can support projects you love, or create your own campaign to raise the funds you need and watch your dream come to life. Authors can find the funds to self-publish their book, entrepreneurs can raise money to open the bookstore they have always dreamed about, people from all around the world can collect donations from friends and family to go study creative writing abroad... basically as long as you have a publishing/writing/reading project in mind, Upspringer is the platform for you.
In 2002 Ardis Publishers, a compall specializing in translations of Russian literature, was acquired. Founded in 1971 by Russian scholars Carl and Ellendea Proffer in Ann Arbor, Michigan, its goal was to bring to the West contemporary writers working in the Soviet Union and to offer American scholars critical editions and superior translations of the great Russian literature of the early twentieth century and lesser known but important earlier classics
Dustbooks: Small Press Review
Dustbooks is a publishing compall and the leading international supplier of small press information since 1964.
|NonFiction, Fiction, Drama, Poetry||English|
|TAB: The Journal of Poetry & Poetics|
Our goal as a small press is to take advantage of new developments in
|Poetry, Fiction, Essay|
|New York Review of Books Online|
|Terra Nova Press|
|The Original Van Gogh’s Ear Anthology|
Algora Publishing is an independent publisher featuring top international authors on questions of global scope. Like all good oracle, we do not give straight answers . . . but we help readers sharpen their own analyses on questions of Politics & International Affairs, History, Philosophy and Social Issues, Political Economy and Current Events, Law, Mind, Culture, Literature, and Education & Reference.