UNIVERSIDAD DE LA LAGUNA

An Historiographical Analysis of Small Presses Publishing American Avant-Garde Poetry and

Poetics between 1970-2000

 

A Research Project funded by the Spanish Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación

FFI-2009-10786

 

 

This database includes a list of small presses of American innovative poetry. Most are published in the U.S., although we have inserted a small number of others influenced by this kind of poetry published in various continents. We thank Elena Mª Contreras for her help in the elaboration of this database.

 

AVEC BOOKS

 

Cydney  Chadwyck

 

Penngrove, CA

1992-

 

Peter Gizzi, Periplum.

1992
ISBN 1-880713-00-4

 

About Avec Books:

“The work we publish has its roots in a variety of sources, including Dada, Surrealism, the work of Gertrude Stein, Virginia Woolf, Robert Creeley, Charles Olson, Lorine Niedecker, Laura Riding, Robert Duncan and the Situationists.”

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Avec Books include:

 

Lisa Lubasch, Twenty-One after Days  Mark Wallace, Dead Carnival
Dennis Barone,
The Walls of Circumstance
Susan Smith Nash,
I Never Did Tell You Did I? (Unsent Letters)
Keith Waldrop,
Semiramis If I Remember

Michael Palmer, The Danish Notebook

Lisa Lubasch, Twenty-One after Days
Mark Wallace,
Dead Carnival
Elizabeth Treadwell,
Populace
Laura Moriarity,
Symmetry
David Bromige,
A Cast of Tens
Peter Gizzi,
Periplum

 

ACADEMY CHICAGO PUBLISHERS

 

Jordan and Anita Miller

 

Chicago, Illinois

1975-

 

Bonnie Shimko, Letters in the Attic
ISBN 978-0-89733-563-8

 

About Academy Chicago Publishers: “It was founded in 1975 by husband and wife Jordan and Anita Miller. With over thirty-five years in the business and two hundred published titles, ACP is one of the oldest publishing houses in Chicago and is proud to call itself independent.  From memoirs to mysteries, ACP lives to publish exciting, new, and well-crafted stories.”

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Academy Chicago Publishers include:

 

Lisa Lubasch, Twenty-One after Days  Mark Wallace, Dead Carnival
Dennis Barone,
The Walls of Circumstance
Susan Smith Nash,
I Never Did Tell You Did I? (Unsent Letters)
Keith Waldrop,
Semiramis If I Remember

Michael Palmer, The Danish Notebook

Lisa Lubasch, Twenty-One after Days
Mark Wallace,
Dead Carnival
Elizabeth Treadwell,
Populace
Laura Moriarity,
Symmetry
David Bromige,
A Cast of Tens
Peter Gizzi,
Periplum

 

 

ATELOS PRESS

 

 

 

Lyn Hejinian

and Travis Ortiz

 

Berkeley

1995-

 

 

Barrett Watten, Bad History
2002

ISBN 1-880713-00-4

 

About Atelos Books:

“Atelos was founded in 1995 as a project of Hip’s Road, devoted to publishing, under the sign of poetry, writing which challenges the conventional definitions of poetry, since such definitions have tended to isolate poetry from intellectual life, arrest its development, and curtail its impact. All the works published as part of the Atelos  project are commissioned specifically for it, and each is involved in some way with  crossing traditional genre boundaries, including, for example, those that would separate theory from practice, poetry from prose, essay from drama, the visual image from the verbal, the literary from the non-literary, and so forth. The Atelos project when complete will consist of 50 volumes.”

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Atelos Books include:

Jean Day, The Literal World

Barrett Watten, Bad History

Rae Armantrout, True

Leslie Scalapino, R-hu

Clark Coolidge, Alien Tatters

Carla Harryman, Gardener of Stars

Kit Robinson, The Crave

Brian Kim Stefans, Fashionable Noise: On Digital Poetics

Rodrigo Toscano, Platform

Fanny Howe, Tis of Thee

Tan Lin, BlipSoak01

Ted Greenwald, The Up and Up

Steve Benson, Open Clothes

Ed Roberson, City Eclogue

Laura Moriarty, Ultra Violeta

Jocelyn Saidenberg, Negativity

Juliana Spahr, The Transformation

Tom Mandel, To the Cognoscenti

Craig Dworkin, Parse

Edwin Torres, PoPedology of an Ambient Language

 

 

ADVENTURES IN POETRY

 

Larry Fagin and Christopher Mattison

 

Princeton, NJ

1978-

 

Kit Robinson, The Messianic Trees.

2009
ISBN 978-0-9761612-6-4

 

About Adventures in Poetry:

“Adventures in Poetry began publishing in 1968 as a mimeographed “little magazine”, and continued through 1976 with individual pamphlets, featuring work by John Ashbery, William Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg, Bernadette Mayer, Frank O'Hara, James Schuyler, Anne Waldman and numerous others. After a long hiatus, we begin again with a series of books by both established and new innovative writers.”

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Adventures in Poetry include:

 


Alan Bernheimer: The Spoonlight Institute

Clark Coolidge & Bernadette Mayer: The Cave

Jack Collom & Lyn Hejinian: Situations, Sings
Jean Day: Enthusiasm: Odes & Otium

Chris Edgar: At Port Royal
Merrill Gilfillan: Selected Poems 1965-2000

Carla Harryman: Baby

Kenward Elmslie: Agenda Melt

 

Fran Carlen: I Know Where I'm Going
Merrill Gilfillan: The Seasons
John Godfrey: Private Lemonade
John Ashbery: 100 Multiple-choice Questions
Clark Coolidge: Far Out West
Charles North: The Nearness of the Way You Look Tonight
David Perry: Range Finder
Jacqueline Waters: A Minute Without Danger




 

ANHINGA PRESS

 

Van Brock

 

Tallahassee, FL

 

1972-

 

Michael Mott, Counting the Grasses

1980

 

About Anhinga Press:

Anhinga Press began in 1972 as an outgrowth of the activities of Apalachee Poetry Center, a non-profit organization promoting the reading and understanding of poetry by bringing artists and writers together. In 1976, founder and poet Van Brock sought to expand the scope of the press by publishing chapbooks of individual poets. In 1981, Anhinga published its first full-length volume of poems, Counting the Grasses, by Michael Mott, a poet of national stature. The Anhinga Prize for Poetry was established in 1983. In addition to the various book series, Anhinga continues its tradition of over 30 years by publishing other books by poets of national stature.

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Anhinga Press include:

 

Ricardo Pau-Llosa, Sorting Metafors

Janet Holmes, The Physicist at the Mall
Michele Wolf,
Conversations During Sleep
Donald Caswell, Three- Ledged Dog

Joshua Poteat,Ornithologies

Lisa Zimmerman,The Light at the Edge

Deborah Landau, Orchidelirium

Fleda Brown, Breathing in, Breathing Out

Kathleen Wakefield, Notations on the Visible World

Philip F. Deaver, How Men Pray

Meredith Walters, All You Have To Do Is Ask

 

 

ARC PUBLICATIONS

 

 

 

 

Todmorden,
Lancs, UK

1992-

 

[The Dream of Intelligence]

Sebastian Barker, The Dream of Intelligence

1992
ISBN
0 946407 80 0

 

About Arc Publications:

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.

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Arc Publications include:

 

Louis Armand, Inexorable Weather

Keith Ashton, Fair Moving
Donald Atkinson, Othello in the Pyramids of Dreams

David Baker, Treatise on Touch
Glenn Baxter and Clark Coolidge,
Speech With Humans

D.M. Black, Claiming Kindred

Ann Bond, Stepping Westward
Jacqueline Brown, Thinking Egg

Paul Brown, Reclaimed Land

Philip Callow, Soliloquies of an Eye
Amarjit Chandan, Sonata for Four Hands

Alison Croggon,
The Common Flesh

 

APOGEE PRESS

 

 

 

Berkeley, CA

1992-

 

Cole Swensen, Oh.

2000
ISBN 9780966993752

 

About Apogee Press:

Apogee Press publishes the work of innovative and experimental poets.
Culturally and formally diverse, our poets share an original use of language.

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Apogee Press include:

 

Maxine Chernoff, Among the Names  Elizabeth Robinson, Apprehend
Truon Tran,
dust and conscience
Stefanie Marlis,
fine
Denis Newman,
Human Forest

Edward Smallfield, The Pleasures of C

Kathleen Fraser, Discrete Categories Forced into Coupling

 

Alice Jones, Gorgeous Mourning

Tsering Wangmo Dhompa, In the Absent Everyday

Valerie Coulton, passing world pictures
Pattie McCarthy,
Verso
Edward Kleinschmidt Mayes, Speed of Life

Elizabeth Robinson, Also Known As

 

 

ALICE JAMES BOOKS

 

Patricia Cumming, Marjorie Fletcher, Jean Pedrick, Lee Rudolph, Ron Schreiber, Betsy Sholl and Cornelia Veenendaal

 

Farmington, ME

1973-

 

Patricia Cumming, Afterwards.

1974
ISBN
978-0914086024

 

About Alice James Books:

“Alice James Books is a nonprofit cooperative poetry press, founded in 1973 by five women and two men. Their objectives were to give women access to publishing and to involve authors in the publishing process. The press remains true to that mission and to publishing a diversity of poets including both beginning and established poets, and a diversity of poetic styles.

Since 1994, the press has been affiliated with the University of Maine at Farmington. Alice James Books is one of the original and few presses in the country that is run collectively. Our cooperative selects manuscripts for publication through both regional and national annual competitions. The press partners with Kundiman, a nonprofit organization devoted to the promotion and preservation on Asian American poetry.”

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Alice James Books include:

 


Donald Revell, A Thief of Strings

Alice Mattison, Animals

Carol Potter, Before We Were Born

Ann Killough, Beloved Idea

Roxanne Beth Johnson, Black Crow Dress

Celia Gilbert, Bonfire

Betsy Sholl, Changing Faces

Helene Davis, Chemo Poet and Other Poems

Alisson Funk, Forms of Conversation

Jane Kenyon, From Room to Room

Monica A. Hand, me and Nina

Ron Schreiber, Moving to a New Place

Janine Oshiro, Pier

Henrietta Goodman, Take What You Want

Janet Kaplan, The Ground Note

Jean Valentine, The River at Wolf


 

 

ARROHEAD PRESS

 

 

Roger Collett 

and Joanna Boulter

 

 

Durham, UK

2001-

 

The cover of Whistle

Martin Figura, Whistle.

2010
ISBN 978-1-904852-26-1

 

About Arrowhead Press:

Arrowhead Press is a small press specialising in the publication of quality books and pamphlets of contemporary poetry. To date, we have published forty-four titles of which forty-three are in print and have several new collections in the pipeline.

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Arrowhead Press include:

 

Annie Wright, Redemption Songs

William Scammel, Inside Story
Linda Saunders,
The Watchers

Anne Ryland, The Unmothering Class
Lyn Moir,
Me and Galileo

David Bircumshaw, The Animal Subsides

Mike Bannister, Pocahontas in Ludgate

Meryl Pug, Relinquish

Gordon Meade, The Cleaner Fish
Shelley McAlister,
Sailing Under False Colours  
Robin Ford,
After the Wound
Sally Evans,
Bewick Walks to Scotland
Stephen Voice,
Desire Lines

 

 

ATLAS PRESS

 

 

 

 

London, UK

1983-

 

The Automatic Message cover image

André Bretón, Paul Eluard, Philippe Soupault, The Automatic Message.

1990
ISBN 0 947757 99 6

 

About Atlas Press

Atlas Press specialises in extremist and avant-garde prose writing from the 1980s to the present day. We are the largest publisher in English of books on Surrealism and have an extensive list relating to Dada, Expressionism, the Oulipo, the College of ‘Pataphysics, among others.”

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Atlas Press include:

 

Konrad Bayer, the sixth sense

 Hans Bellmer, The Doll

Peter Blegvad, Headcheese
Montagu O'Reilly, Who has been tampering with these pianos?
Alfred Jarry,  Days and Nights
Oskar Pastior, Poempoems

Günter Brus, Picturepoems

 

Konrad Bayer, the head of vitus bering
Federico García Lorca, The Unknown Lorca
Peter Blegvad, Stones in my Passway 
Stanley Chapman, The Complete Collection of Plates 
Michael Kasper, The Shapes and Spacing of the Letters
Raymond Roussel, The Dust of Suns

 

 

BARQUE PRESS

 

Andrea Brady and Keston Sutherland

 

England

1995-

 

The Corn Mother: Stuart Calton

Calton, Stuart, The Corn Mother

2006
 ISBN 978-1-903488-52-2

 

 

About Barque Press:

“Barque has published poets from the UK, US, France and Canada. Barque Press has published over 40 chapbooks and six perfect bound books and in addition to these text-based publications, Barque has produced four CD-Rs, which include spoken word performances by a variety of artists alongside improvisational music. These are an offshoot of our magazine, Quid, which regularly includes poetry, prose, and critical essays.

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Barque Press include:

 


Peter Manson, Adjunct: An Undigest

Keston Sutherland, Antifreeze

Elizabeth James, Base to Carry

John Tranter, Blackout

Chris Goode, Boomer Console

J.H. Prynne, Field Notes: `The Solitary Reaper´ and Others

Ian Hunt, Green Light

Kevin Nolan, Loving Little Orlick

Elena Rivera, Mistakes, Accidents and a Want of Liberty

Jordan Davies, Poem on a Train

Kristin Prevallet, Selections from the Parasite Poems

Ryan Dobran, Shouts from OK Glamour

Che Quianzi, Vegetarian Hugging a Rooster


 

 

BEACON

 

 

 

 

Boston, MA

 

1854-

 

The Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks by Jeanne Theoharis cover

Theoharis, Jeanne , The Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks

2013
 ISBN: 978-080705047-7

 

 

About Beacon:

Beacon Press is “an independent publisher of serious non-fiction and fiction” that has published many ground-breaking classics. “Our books often change the way readers think about fundamental issues; they promote such values as freedom of speech and thought; diversity, religious pluralism, and anti-racism; and respect for diversity in all areas of life.

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Beacon Press include:

 

James Baldwin's Notes of a Native Son Herbert Marcuse's One-Dimensional Man Jean Baker Miller's Toward a New Psychology of Women                          Mary Daly's, Gyn/Ecology               Marian Wright Edelman, The Measure of Our Success: A Letter to My Children and Yours                                                

. Cornel West, Race Matters              Michael Patrick MacDonald, All Souls: A Family Story from Southie                Rashid Khalidi, Resurrecting Empire Mary Oliver, Blue Iris; New and Selected Poems, Volume Two; Owls and Other Fantasies; and Why I Wake Early.

 

 

THE BITTER OLEANDER PRESS

 

 

 

Fayetteville, New York

1974-

 

Of Flies and Monkeys (De singes et de mouches) Including also Les Mères (Mothers) and Coudrier (Hazel Tree) by Jacques Dupin

Jacques Dupin, Of Flies and Monkeys

ISBN 0978633547

 

About The Bitter Oleander Press:

“Home of Fine Poetry Collections and The Bitter Oleander: A Journal of Contemporary International Poetry & Short Fiction”

The Bitter Oleander Press publishes the poetry of “well-known, the little known and the unknown poets and writers side by side. We publish it in English and we also present a lot of it in translation from their originals. We demand a serious poetry devoid of the commonplace remark, the repetitive philosophy and prefer a heightened music of profound linguistic rhythm.”

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The Bitter Oleander Press include:

 

Anthony Seidman, On Carbon-Dating Joyce Mansour, Hunger Torn Apart 
Benjamin Perèt, Children of the Quadrilateral

Barry McDonald, Surrendered Breath 

Paul B. Roth, Cadenzas by Needlelight  Carol Dine, Van Gogh in Poems 

Alberto Blanco, A Cage of Transparent Words 

 

Silvia Scheibli, The Moon Rises in the Rattlesnake's Mouth

Steve Barfield, Festival of Stone 
Kristiina Ehin, 1001 Winters 
Duane Locke, The First Decade (1968-1978) 

John Taylor, If Night is Falling 
Shawn Fawson, Giving Way 

 

 

 

BLACK HERON PRESS

 

 

 

 

Seattle, WA

 

 

 

Judith Roche, Wisdom of the Body 2007  ISBN 978-0-930773-81-6

 

About Black Heron Press:

Black Heron Press is a literary press that publishes 4-6 books a year. It distributes its books, primarily literary fiction, through Midpoint Trade Books.  “Our books are also available from Ingram, Baker and Taylor, and most regional wholesalers.

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Black Heron Press include:

 

Susan Kronenberg,  Always, I was Getting Ready to Go

David Whited, The Elevens

Ron Dakron, Infra
Leonard Chang,
Crossings
Farnoosh Moshiri, The Crazy Dervish and the Pomegranate Tree

Ron Dakron, Given Nightingale

Judith Roche, Myrrh:  My Life 
as a Screamer

C2 Shaw, Arrythmia

Richard Gold, The Odd Puppet Odyssey

Jerome Gold, Publishing Lives
Sharon Cumberland, Peculiar Honors 

 

 

 

BLACK ROSE BOOKS

 

Montreal, Canada

 

1970-

 

 Noam Chomsky, The Culture of Terrorism.

1989
ISBN: 0-921689-28-4 

 

About Black Rose Books:

In 1970 we created what may have appeared as impossible in retrospect: a book publishing project” and they continue publishing these works, appealing to both, a general public and the academic world. “Our list of writers has come to include many key authors in the social sciences and humanities, with particular strength in politics, cultural studies, history, philosophy, sociology and environmental and urban issues.

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Black Rose Books include:

 

Malcolm Lowry, The Man and his World  George Woodwock, The Crystal Spirit, A Study of George Orwell
Franz Oppenheimer, The State

Hewitt, Marsha and Dimitrios Roussopoulos,  ed, 1984 and After
Graeme Mount, Adventures Along Borders: Personal Reminiscences  

 

Janet Biehl, Finding Our Way: Rethinking Eco-Feminist Politics

Bertram Gross, Friendly Fascism: The New Face of Power in America

Ioannis Stavrianos, Images and Words: Change and Chaos in American Culture

Jeffery Klaehn, Inside the World of Comic Books
Margaret Andersen ed, Mother Was Not a Person



 

 

BLOODAXE BOOKS

 

 

Neil Astley and Simon Thirsk

 

Northumberland, England

 

1978-

 

Astonishment

Anne Stevenson, Astonishment.

2012
ISBN 1 85224 947 1

 

About Bloodaxe Books:

Bloodaxe Books is one of Britain's leading poetry publishers with an international reputation for quality in literature and excellence in design. It is an independent literary publishing house, founded in Newcastle in 1978 by Neil Astley joined in 1982 by chairman Simon Thirsk.

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Bloodaxe Books include:

 

Zoë Brigley, Conquest 
Amanda Dalton, Stray 
Tess Gallagher: Midnight Lantern 
Jane Hirshfield, Come, Thief 

 Tomas Tranströmer, New Collected Poems
Edward Thomas,The Annotated Collected Poems 
Edna Longley, ed, The Bloodaxe Book of 20th Century Poetry: from Britain and Ireland
Yang Lian: Lee Valley Poems

 

Mary Oliver, Wild Geese: Selected Poems
Lisa Lubasch, Twenty-One after Days
Benjamin Zephaniah, Too Black, Too Strong 

Gwyneth Lewis, A Hospital Odyssey 
Priscilla Uppal, Successful Tragedies 
Pia Tafdrup, Tarkovsky's Horses and other poems 
Sylva Fischerová, The Swing in the Middle of Chaos

Grace Nichols, Picasso, I Want My Face Back 
Bernardine Evaristo, Lara 
Frieda Hughes, The Book of Mirrors 

 

 

 

BOA EDITIONS LTD

 

A. Poulin, Jr

 

Rochester, NY

 

1976-

 

Beast is a Wolf with Brown Fire

Barry Wallenstein, Beast is a Wolf with Brown Fire   1997
ISBN 0-918526-08-6 

 

About Boa Editions:

BOA Editions, Ltd is a not-for-profit publisher of poetry and other literary works, fosters readership and appreciation of contemporary literature.  By identifying, cultivating, and publishing both new and established poets and selecting authors of unique literary talent, BOA brings high quality literature to the public.  Support for this effort comes from the sale of its publications, grant funding, and private donations. BOA has published more than 200 books of American poetry and poetry in translation.

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Boa Editions include:

 

Jennifer Kronovet, Awayward

Keetje Kuipers, Beautiful in the Mouth

Sandor Csoori, Before and After the Fall

David Ignatow, At My Ease: Uncollected Poems of the Fifties and Sixties

Louis Simpson, Armidale

Anne Hebert, Anne Hebert: Selected Poems

 

 

Michael Blumenthal, AND

David Mura, Angels for the Burning

Meg Kearney, An Unkindness of Ravens

 Edward Byrne, Along the Dark Shore

Jean-Michel Maulpoix, A Matter of Blue

Joanna Howard, On the Winding Stair

Joseph Salvatore, To Assume a Pleasing Shape

William Heyen, Pig Notes & Other Dumb Music: Prose on Poetry

 

 

 

 

BOMB SHELTER PRESS

 

Jack Grapes and Michael Andrews

 

Los Angeles, CA

 

 

 

Cover image of Coffin Lumber

Michael Andrews, Coffin Lumber

1996            ISBN: 0-941017-50-8



 

About Bomb Shelter Press:

Los Angeles based press, an omnibus of poets and writers from Los Angeles, as well as from all over the world, including translations, interviews, book reviews, articles, art, and anything else that the editors could fit on the bus. Publishers of the magazine Onthebus as well as books in the Bombshelter Press series.”

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Bomb Shelter Press include:      

Michael Andrews,40 Turkeys So What Sarah Arsone, Guilty
Macdonald Carey, That Further Hill Robert Carroll, Amazing Change        Bella Mahaya Carter, Secrets of My Sex Chiwan Choi, dogfuzz on the asscrack/time out of space              Frances Fernandes (Ed), Couples Who Are Poets                                                      Bob Flanagan, The Kid Is the Man



 

Michael Andrews, The Gnomes of Uncertainty: Aphorisms on Limits and Knowledge                                        Stanley Joseph, Changing Tides           Jean Katz, Chaos and Dancing Stars     Judi Kaufman, Do You Want Your Brain to Hurt Now or Later?                       James Heller Levinson, Bad Boy Poems  John Oliver Simon, Lord of the House of Dawn



 

 

 

BRICK BOOKS

 

Stan Dragland and Don McKay

 

London, Ontario, Canada

 

1975-

 

Elimination Dance: La danse éliminatoire

Michael Ondaatje, Elimination Dance: La danse éliminatoire

1991

ISBN139780919626553

 

 

About Brick Books:

Brick Books is the only press in Canada that specializes in publishing poetry books. The mandate of Brick Books is to foster interesting, ambitious, and compelling work by Canadian poets, both new and established; to create and maintain the exceptional editorial standard for which Brick has gained a national reputation; to produce beautifully designed, attractive books worthy of the excellence of their contents; and to distribute and promote these books and their authors.”

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Brick Books include:

 

Colin Browne, Abraham

William Robertson, Adult Language Warning 

Antony Di Nardo Alien, Correspondent

Don Domanski, All Our Wonder Unavenged 

Lynn Davies, The Bridge that Carries the Road

Patrick Friesen, A Broken Bowl

Barry Dempster, The Burning Alphabet 

Steven Price, Anatomy of Keys 

Brian Charlton, Angel and the Bear 

Ross Leckie, The Authority of Roses 

Steve Noyes, Ghost Country 

 

Margaret Avison, Concrete and Wild Carrot

Heather Cadsby, Could be 

Barbara Klar, Cypress 

Brenda Leifso, Daughters of Men 

Derk Wynand, Dead Man’s Float 

 John Donlan, Domestic Economy

Hilary Clark, The Dwelling of Weather

Joan Crate, Foreign Homes 

Tim Lilburn, From the Great Above She Opened Her Ear to the Great Below 

Peggy Dragisic, From the Medley

Marianne Bluger Gathering Wild

Jennifer Still, Girlwood 

 

 

 

BROKEN JAW PRESS

 

Joe Blades

 

Nova Scotia, Canada 1984-1990

New Brunscwick, Canada 2003-

 

Robert Hawkes, Cranmer and Pole-Archbishops .

2000
ISBN 1-896647-33-2 

 

About Broken Jaw Press:

Independent Canadian literary arts publishing house, was incorporated in 2003 as Broken Jaw Press Inc. and its imprints publish poetry, fiction, and literary nonfiction, by both new and award-winning authors. More than a publishing house, Broken Jaw Press is an energy-centre that gathers in writers and readers from all of the margins. We specialize in highly contemporary writing by poets, writers, translators and artists who take risks and take the responsibility for doing something different. Diverse in gender, genre, age and origin, our authors and artists have one thing in common: they go out to the edge.

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Broken Jaw Press include:

 

Lorri Neilsen Glenn, All the Perfect Disguises

Hugh Hazelton, Antimatter
William Forestall, Virgil Hammock,
Beauty and Myth
Uma Parameswaran, Mangoes on the Maple Tree

Andrew Titus, Sweet Mother Prophesy
Jean Yoon, Yoko Ono,
The Yoko Ono Project
John Palmer,
Singapore
Vanna Tessier, Peppermint Night

Alice Major, Tales for an Urban Sky
Suzanne Hancock
, What Morning Illuminates

Allan Cooper, Heaven of Small Moments

Katheryn Payne, longing at least is constant,

Uma Parameswaran, What Was Always Hers

rob mclennan, Notes on drowning

Jennifer Footman, St Valentine’s Day
R.M. Vaughan,
The InCorrupt Tables
James Deahl,
Under the Watchful Eye: Poetry & Discourse

 

 

CYPHER BOOKS

 

 

 

New York City

2005-

 

Descripción: http://www.cypherbooks.org/images/breaking_poems_cover-nr.jpg

Suheir Hammad, Breaking Poems

2008

 

About Cypher Books:

Cypher Books is an independent publisher consistent in the mission to publish “innovative and necessary poetry”. Its collection, a continuing series of important poetry, “is dedicated to gathering the most cutting edge poets from around the world and publishing them.”

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Cypher Books include:

 

John Murillo, Up Jump The Boogie

Rachel McKibbens, Pink Elephant
Suheir Hammad, Breaking Poems

 

 

 Suheir Hammad, ZaatarDiva 
Roger Bonair-Agard,
Tarnish and Masquerade 

 

 

EXACT CHANGE

 

Damon Krukowski and Naomi Yang

 

 

1989-

 

Descripción: The Death and Letters of Alice James

Alice James ,The Death & Letters of Alice James: Selected Correspondence
ISBN 1-878972-20-0

 

About Exact Change:

Exact Change publishes books of experimental literature with an emphasis on Surrealism, Dada, Pataphysics, and other nineteenth and twentieth century avant-garde art movements. Exact Change authors include Guillaume Apollinaire, Antonin Artaud, John Cage, Leonora Carrington, Salvador Dalí, Morton Feldman, Alice James, Franz Kafka, Lautréamont, Fernando Pessoa and Gertrude Stein, among others.

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Exact Change include:

 

Guillaume Apollinaire, The Poet Assassinated                               Carrington, The Hearing Trumpet       Salvador Dali, Oui: Writings 1927-1933         Franz Kafka, The Blue Octavo Notebooks  Feldman, Give My Regards to Eighth Street                                             Gertrude Stein, Everybody’s Autobiography                                 



Fernando Pessoa, The Book of Disquiet Kurt Schwitters, PPPPPP: Poems Performance Pieces Proses Plays Poetics
Pablo Picasso, The Burial of the Count of Orgaz & Other Poems
Raymond Roussel, How I Wrote Certain of My Books
Jerome Rothenberg, Revolution of the Word: A New Gathering of American Avant Garde Poetry, 1914-1945


 

 

DUKE UNIVERSITY PRESS

 

 

 

Durham, NC

 

Descripción: http://www.dukeupress.edu/Assets/Books/978-0-8223-1742-5_pr.jpg

Rafael Campo,What the Body Told.

1969
ISBN
978-0-8223-1742-5

 

About Duke Press:

Duke University Press, internationally recognized as a prominent publisher of books and journals, publishes approximately 120 books annually and over 40 journals, as well as offering five electronic collections.The Press publishes primarily in the humanities and social sciences and is known as a publisher willing to take chances with nontraditional and interdisciplinary publications. The Press seeks to pursue its objectives with vision and integrity and a commitment to the highest standards of both critical scholarly review and professional publishing judgment.”

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Duke University Press include:

 

Rafael Campo, The Enemy

Ariel Dorfman, Edith Grossman, In Case of Fire in a Foreign Land 

Fred Moten, B Jenkins
Yvette Christiansë, Castaway
Meir Sternberg, Poetics of Avant-Garde Poetries, part 2

Barbara Foley, Wrestling with the Left

Jeffrey Lamar Coleman, Words of Protest, Words of Freedom

Marshall Brown,  Modern Language Quarterly

Diana Fuss, Dying Modern

Gerry Canavan, Priscilla Wald, Speculative Fictions

Daniel Fuchs, The Limits of Ferocity
Paul Giles, Virtual Americas

 

 

 

DOONES PRESS RECORDS 1969-1976

 

Ray DiPalma

 

Atlanta, GA

1969-1976

 

 

 

 

 

 

About Doones Press:

Doones Press began as a small literary magazine, Doones, published by Raymond DiPalma, at Bowling Green State University in 1969. DiPalma began editing and publishing works of poetry as Doones Press in 1970.The collection consists of the records of Doones Press from 1969-1976. The records include correspondence, drafts of published and unpublished writings, and administrative material. The correspondence consists of letters from other poets who published their work in Doones Press publications, including Darrell Gray, Geof Hewitt, Anselm Hollo, Steve Shrader, and Ron Silliman. The collection also includes typescripts of works that were submitted to DiPalma but not published by the press. A small amount of administrative correspondence and financial records are also included in the collection.

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Doones Press include:

 

Merrill Gilfillan, 9:15

 Darrell Gray, The Beauties of Travel
Robert Slater ,Blues and Apologies

Ted Greenwald, Miami
Raymond DiPalma (ed), Painted Houses

Elisabeth Brandfass, Workbook

Michael Lally, What Withers

Ron Silliman, Mohawk
Raymond DiPalma and Stephen Shrader, Macaroons

 

 

 

FACTORY SCHOOL

 

 

 

 

2000-

 

Descripción: http://www.factoryschool.com/pubs/xing/xing.jpg

Ron Silliman, Xing.

2004
 ISBN 0-9711863-9-1

 

About Factory School:

Factory School is a learning and production collective engaged in action research, publishing, media display, and community service. Concerned with public education as much as education in public, Factory School emphasizes the social and cultural reproductive function of the multiple media arts. As a network of audio and video presentations, books, artwork, web-based installations, posters and pamphlets, we encourage use of all distributed materials for purposes of education in the broadest sense: in or out of the classroom, as prompts or models, as means or ends. Factory School seeks to engage with others operating in the areas of education, publication, distribution, and civic action. We consider today's artists, educators and activists to be the vanguard of a new generation of culture workers striving to transcend borders of nation, language, class, race, gender, institutional status, and other divides.

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Factory School include:

 

Lola Ridge, The Ghetto and Other Poems     Laura Elrick, Fantasies in Permeable Structures                                            Sarah Menefee, Human Star
Taylor Brady, YESTERDAY'S NEWS  Erica Kaufman, Censory Impulse

 

Steve Carll, Tracheal CentrifugeCara Hoffman, The Wedding and Other Stories  Carol Mirakove, Mediated
Meg Hamill, Death Notices
Frank Sherlock, Over Here                   Cara Hoffman, Nike                            Todd Baron, THAT LOOKS AT ONE AND SPEAKS

 

 

 

FENCE BOOKS

 

Rebecca Wolff

 

Albany, NY

2000-

 

Descripción: http://www.fenceportal.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/jacket-the-real-moon-of-poetry.jpg

Tina Brown Celona, the real moon of poetry and other poems        2002
ISBN 978-0-9713189-3-9

 

About Fence Books:

Fence Books publishes poetry, fiction, and critical texts and anthologies, and prioritizes sustained support for its authors, many of whom come to us through our book contests and then go on to publish second, third, fourth books.”

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Fence Books include:

 

Brandon Downingfs, mellow actions

Clark Coolidge, 88 sonnets

Michael Earl Craig, yes,master

Chelsey Minnis, zirconia

Sasha Steensen, The Method

Elizabeth Robinson,The Orphan & Its Relations

 

Catherine Wagner, Miss America

Elizabeth Robinson, Apprehend
Rosemary Griggs, Sky Girl
Catherine Wagner, Macular Hole
Sasha Steensen, A Magic Book
Prageeta Sharma, Infamous Landscapes
Aaron Kunin, The Mandarin

 

 

 

THE FIGURES

 

Geoffrey Young and Laura Chester

 

California

1974-

 

Descripción: http://www.geoffreyyoung.com/thefigures/images/fickle100.jpg

Geoffrey Young, Fickle Sonnets 2005
ISBN: 1-930589-05-0

 

About The Figures:

In the fall of l974, we'd been editing a poetry magazine called Stooge for a few years, but we decided to stop the magazine and start publishing books. It began to seem more important to make larger chunks of an individual's work available, in a form, the book, that might endure, have a longer shelf life, and bring greater attention to the poet.

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The Figures include:

 

Michael Anderson & Melanie Neilson, Tripled Sixes/Prop and Guide

Steve Benson, Blue Book
Alan Bernheimer, Billionesque
Miles Champion,
Fracture
Laura Chester,
Sparks

J. H. Prynne, Furtherance

Jack Collom & Lyn Hejinian, Sunflower

 

Tim Davis, Dailies

Michael Friedman, Species
Michael Gizzi,
Just Like a Real Italian Kid
Kenneth Goldsmith, Day
Lyn Hejinian, Oxota: A Short Russian Novel
Geoffrey Young, Rocks and Deals

 

 

 

five seasons press

 

Glenn Storhaug

 

England, UK

 

Descripción: http://www.fiveseasonspress.com/images/books/full/halsey2.jpg

Alan Halsey, Auto Dada Café

1987
ISBN 0 9504606 9 9

 

About five seasons press:

Six years after its last independent publishing activities, and eight years after the closing of its last fine-edition letterpress office, Five Seasons resumed its role as publisher of individually-designed books of poetry, graphics, essays and translation. For recent titles including remarkable and often very substantial new collections/selections from Frances Presley, Clare Holtham, Paul Matthews, Alan Halsey, Paul Merchant, Gavin Selerie and David Hart, plus broadsides by Andrew Brewerton, Geraldine Monk, Allen Fisher and Frances Presley.

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Five seasons press include:

 

Paul Matthews, The Ground That Love Seeks

Paul Merchant, Bone from a Stag’s Heart

Glenn Storhaug, for silver see blue

Gary Snyder, Good Wild Sacred

Richard Penna, One Man

Charles Johnson, The Feather-list Extracts

David Hart, Setting the Poem to Words

 Paul Merchant, Salt Water Island

Alan Halsey, The Text of Shelley’s Death

Roy Fisher, Near Garmsley Camp

David Constantine, Mappa Mundi

 Wendell Berry, The Landscape of Harmony: two essays on wilderness & community

Oliver Bernard, Five Peace Poems

 Gael Turnbull, What Makes the Weeds Grow Tall

Anne Stevenson, Sonnets for Five Seasons

 

 

 

FLOATING ISLAND BOOKS& PUBLICATIONS

 

 

Michael Sykes

 

Cedarville, CA

1994-

 

 

About Floating Island Books:

Floating Island Books, also the world headquarters for Floating Island Publications, is a radiant gem of a small, eclectic, independent bookstore on the edge of the Great Basin. Specialties include, but are not limited to: Western Americana, Native American Studies, Geology, Botany, and the Natural Sciences, Photography, Art, Children's Literature, fine quality Fiction and Non-Fiction, Poetry, Essays, and Criticism, Topographic Maps, Photo Cards, Music CDs, etc. Mostly used books, but with a deftly-selected variety of new books, primarily about the region. Many of the titles are available through ABE, and more are being added regularly, but a visit to the store is most definitely worth the drive. Fine music and comfortable chairs, excellent cafe next door, wide open spaces in every direction.”

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FLOOD EDITIONS

 

Michael O’Leary and Devin Johnston

 

Chicago, IL

2001-

 

Descripción: http://www.floodeditions.com/images/Covers/duncan.jpg

           Robert Duncan, Letters.

ISBN 0-971005966

 

About Flood Editions:

Flood Editions is an independent publishing house for poetry and short fiction. We publish four or five titles each year, including first books, volumes by established writers, and reprints. All our books are finely designed.

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Flood Editions include:

 

Robert Adamson, Goldfinches of Baghdad,

Elizabeth Arnold, Civilization
Roy Fisher, Selected Poems
Graham Foust, As In Every Deafness

Graham Foust, A Mouth in California

Merrill Gilfillan, The Warbler Road

William Fuller, Watchword

Merrill Gilfillan, The Bark of the Dog,
Michael O´Brien, Sleeping and Waking
William Fuller, Hallucination
Ann Kim, Lobster Palaces

Tom Pickard, The Dark Months of May

Thomas Meyer, Kintsugi

 

 

FREELANCE ACADEMY PRESS

 

 

 

Wheaton, IL

 

Descripción: http://www.freelanceacademypress.com/images/products/display/Royal_Jousts_Cover.jpg

Steven Muhlberger, Royal Jousts
   at the end of the Fourteenth Century
               2012
ISBN: 978-1-937439-01-9

 

About Freelance Academy Press:

Freelance Academy Press brings readers innovative books and rich supporting material in the field of Western martial arts, American and European history, arms and armour, chivalry, historical arts and crafts, and related adult and young adult fiction. We do this through new educational books and carefully selected, timeless reprints. Our goal is to be more than just another publisher. Since we are passionate students of the subjects we publish, we are invested in seeing interest and knowledge of them grow.”

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Freelance Academy Press include:

 

Ridolfo Capoferro, The Art and Practice of Fencing

 Christian Henry Tobler, Peter Falkner, Captain of the Guild

Tom Leoni, The Complete Renaissance Swordsman

Tom Leoni, Fiore de Liberi, Fior di Battaglia.



Tom Leoni, Venetian Rapier

Christian Henry Tobler,Sigmund Ringeck, Johannes Liechtenauer, Secrets of German Medieval Swordsmanship

Guy Windsor, The Duellist's Companion Gregory Mele, In the Service of Mars

 

 

GENERATOR PRESS

 

 

Mentor, OH

1986-

 

 

 

About Generator Press:

“Generator Press is an alternative micropress devoted to all types of experimental writing. Many of our publications feature visual poetry and language poetry.Generator magazine is an international anthology of experimental writing and visual poetry. Most issues of this magazine present work by 30 or more experimental writers, poets, visual poets, and artists.

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Generator Press include:

 

Miekal And, SASE: A Mail Installation  Bruce Andrews, Moebius                 Dennis Barone, A Matter of Habit       John Byrum, Meant                             Tom Beckett, Separations                 Arnold Falleder, William Said            Peter Ganick, (untitled)                        Dick Higgins, The Autobiography of the Moon 

Crag Hill, Trains Sl:ay Huns     Richard Kostelanetz, March          Hank Lazer, Inter(ir)ruptions   Stephen-Paul Martin, Invading Reagan                                          Susan Smith Nash, Pornography   John Perlman, Beacons Imaging Within / As Promises                 Spencer Selby, Malleable Cast       Ron Silliman, Jones 

 

 

 

ARION PRESS

 

Andrew Hoyem

 

San Francisco, CA

1982-

 

Descripción: Structure of Rime binding with etchings

Robert Duncan, The Structure of Rime.

2008

 

About Arion Press:

The texts of the more than ninety-five Arion Press publications are characterized by their diversity and intellectual depth, with titles that range from ancient literature to modern classics. The Press has also developed entirely new material for publication. It has resurrected "lost" texts and commissioned new works by poets, critics, and scholars. Its authors extend from Ovid to Shakespeare, Laurence Sterne, Herman Melville, Gertrude Stein, Sigmund Freud, Italo Calvino, Allen Ginsberg, Seamus Heaney, and David Mamet.

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Arion Press include:

 

Leonard Michaels, The Nachman Stories   Evan S. Connell, Mrs. Bridge                  Helen Adam, I Love My Love               Seamus Heaney, Stone from Delphi       Graham Greene, Our Man in Havana        Edith Wharton, The Age of Innocence        John Milton, Paradise Lost                      



Jean Toomer, Cane 

William Carlos Williams, Kora in Hell 

Rudyard Kipling, With the Night Mail

Henry Roth, Call It Sleep

George Edie, The Art of English Shooting 

Ludwig Wittgenstein, On Certainty 

Elias Canetti, The Voices of Marrakesh 

 

 

GRANARY BOOKS

 

 

 

New York, NY

1986-

 

Descripción: http://www.granarybooks.com/user_images/BWS_3_1174336956_large.jpg

Kenward Elmslie, Nite Soil
2000
ISBN 978-1-887123-39-6

 

About Granary Books:

Granary is a publisher of artists’ books, poetry, artist/writer collaborations, and occasional books on music, film, poetics, the histories of books, writing, and publishing. Our project has been strengthened by a growing involvement in the organization, preservation, and sale of archives, manuscripts, and rare books by important contemporary writers and artists. While publishing remains central to Granary's purpose, we are also deeply involved with a widespread and local community of writers, poets, and artists.

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Granary Books include:

 

Jerome Rothenberg and Steve Clay, A Book of the Book: Some Works & Projections About the Book & Writing

Steve Clay and Rodney Phillips, A Secret Location on the Lower East Side

Shelagh Keeley, Notes on the Body
Aram Saroyan,The Beatles
Paul Metcalf, Firebird

Johanna Drucker, The Century of Artists' Books

 

Lyn Hejinian A Border Comedy
Simon Cutts, A Smell of Printing: Poems 1988-1998

Barbara Fahrner, Books and Drawings
Robert Creeley, Archie Rand
, Drawn & Quartered
Joe Brainard, I Remember
Susan Bee, Charles Bernstein
, Log Rhythms

 

 

 

GREEN INTEGER

 

 

 

Per Bregne

 

 

Los Angeles, CA

 

 

Descripción: http://www.greeninteger.com/images/crystal_text_sunandmoon_dec.jpg

Clark Coolidge, The Crystal Text.

ISBN: 1-55713-230-5

 

About Green Integer:

Green Integer publishes a wide variety of works by leading artists, critics and historians. Some titles are new works by contemporary artists, others are important but overlooked works by some of history's greatest writers, and yet others, by great writers both living and long ago passed, represent significant international works which have never before been published in English. Works published to date include critical essays, interviews, poems, plays, fragments of suppressed writings, radio dialogs, journals, philosophical essays, short fiction, speeches and novels.

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Green Integer include:

Henri Bergson, Laughter: An Essay on the Meaning of the Comic                           Paul Celan, Breathturn                     Marcel Cohen, Mirrors                     Maurice Gilliams, The Bottle at Sea: The Complete Poems
Gilbert Sorrentino, Gold Fools

Hagiwara Sakutaro, Howling at the Moon

William Dean Howells, The Day of Their Wedding

Thomas Mann, Six Early Stories

Henri Michaux, Tent Posts

Anthony Powell, Venusberg

Mark Wallace, Temporary Worker Rides a Subway

 

 

 

 

 

HANGING LOOSE PRESS

 

 

 

Brooklyn, NY

1966

 

Descripción: Pinko Jen Benka

Jen Benka, Pinko

2011
ISBN: 978-1-934909-04-1

 

About Hanging Loose Press:

One of the Oldest Independent Literary Presses in the U.SThe first issue of Hanging Loose magazine was published in 1966 and it contained work by Denise Levertov, John Gill, Jack Anderson, Victor Contoski and other poets who would remain close to the magazine. The editors were in agreement that they were not interested in begging poems from famous writers but that they wanted to stress work by new writers and by older writers whose work deserved a larger audience. In 1968, the magazine introduced a feature which has become celebrated over the years, a regular section devoted to writing by talented high school writers. The editors are proud of having published many first books, including the first full collections by Sherman Alexie, Kimiko Hahn, D. Nurkse, Jack Agüeros, Cathy Park Hong, Eula Biss, Joanna Fuhrman, Hayan Charara, Maggie Nelson, Indran Amirthanayagam, R. Zamora Linmark, and Beth Bosworth, among others.                     

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Hanging Loose Press include:

 

Robert Hershon Goldfish and Rose
Tankred Dorst and Ursula Ehler, This Beautiful Place
Charles North, What It Is Like
Steven Schrader,Threads
Elizabeth Swados, Waiting: Selected Nonfiction

William Corbett, Opening Day           Carol Cox, Woodworking And Places Nearby
Eula Biss,
 The Balloonists
Ron Schreiber,
 Living Space
Paul Violi
, Overnight 
Terence Winch
, Boy Drinkers

 

 

 

HARD PRESS EDITIONS

 

 

 

Stockbridge MA

1992-

 

Descripción: http://www.hardpresseditions.com/books/katz/understanding.jpg

Vincent Katz, Understanding Objects

1999
iSBN 1-889097-36-5

 

About Hard Press Editions:

Since 1992, Hard Press Editions has devoted itself to giving contemporary art a platform.  In the late 1990's, Hard Press Editions published Lingo Journal of the Art & Spoken Word.

Our focus includes: Artist Monographs, Art Criticism, Art Theory, Fine Art Prints and Fiction and Poetry.

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Hard Press Editions include:

 

Kenneth Senlson, Forces Made Visible

Jim Brodey, Heart of The Breath
Gillian McCain, Tilt

Tom Clark, White Thought

Michael Gizzi, No Both

Irving Sandler, From Avant-Garde to Pluralism

Frank LIma, Inventory

Stephen Berg, Porno Diva Numero Uno
Raphael Rubinstein,
The Basement of The Cafe Rilke

Albert Mobilio, The Geographics
Sharon Mesmer,
Half Angel, Half Lunch

 

 

 

 

INTREPID BOOKS

 

 

Mount Vernon, WA 

1987-

 

 

 

 

About Intrepid Books:

We provide periodic newsletters focusing on historical research into the lives of America’s Founding Patriots.  This new series focuses on the contributions and the real lives of those who helped to found our nation regardless of the ethnic backgrounds.  These men and women have helped to develop our great nation and should never be forgotten.  Since 1987 we publish books that teach integrity and ethics to children in Christian Schools & Homeschool Community. And since2001 we also offer reprints of historical documents and commentary.”

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Intrepid Books include:

 

Elizabeth F. Ellet, Mercy Warren

Norman B. Wood, Red Jacket

A song Deliverance (High Level School)

Elizabeth F. Ellet, Hannah Erwin Israel

Benson J. Lossing, George Washington

The Boston Masacre (High School Level)

 

 

 

 

JAWBONE PRESS

 

 

 

London, UK

1991-

 

Descripción: http://jawbonepress.com/images/47.jpg

Graeme Thomson, The Resurrection Of Johnny Cash

2011
ISBN
978-1-906002-36-7

 

About Jawbone Press:

Jawbone is an independent music book publisher based in London. Jawbone has forged a reputation for publishing informed comment on popular music by some of the world’s best writers on the subject.” __________________________________________________________________

 

Jawbone Press include:

 

Wilson Neate, Read & Burn: The Story Of Wire 

Mike Scott, Adventures Of A Waterboy

John Blaney, Lennon And McCartney

Together Alone 

Richie Unterberger, Won't Get Fooled Again, The Who From Lifehouse To Quadrophenia 

 

 

Thomas Jerome Seabrook,  Bowie In Berlin A New Career In A New Town 
Lucy O'Brien, She Bop

The Definitive History Of Women In Popular Music
Gillian G. Gaar, Entertain Us

The Rise Of Nirvana 



 

 

KELSEY STREET PRESS

 

 

 

Berkeley, CA

1974-

 

Descripción: mother earth, father time

Kit Duane, Mother Earth, Father Time 
1979 
ISBN: 9780932716040 

 

About Kelsey Street Press:

Kelsey Street Press was founded to address the marginalization of women writers by small press and mainstream publishers. From the beginning, we linked our editorial policy to a poetics of allowance that encouraged women to write directly from their own creative imperatives. Other founding goals were to publish a list that reflected the cultural variety in this country and to publish first books by unvetted writers. In the eighties, we instituted a series of cross-genre collaborative works between poets and visual artists. A decade later, as our list included more established writers, we created the Frances Jaffer Book Award for a first book to assure continued support of emerging poets. Our early books were handset and printed two pages at a time on a basement letterpress. Now we are exploring the interactive capabilities of the electronic media.

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Kelsey Street Press include:

 

Marjorie Stein,  An Atlas of Lost Causes
Fanny Howe,
Poem from a Single Pallet

AA.VV., Half-Raising, anthology

Laura Moriarty, Like Roads 

Dale Going, The View They Arrange

 Laynie Browne, Rebecca Letters 
Susan Gevirtz,
Black Box Cutaway


Rena Rosenwasse, Desert Flats 
Frances Phillips
,The Celebrated Running Horse Messenger 
Frances Jaffer,
she talks to herself in the language of an educated woman 
Rena Rosenwasser
, Elephants and Angels 
Patricia Dienstfrey,
The Woman Without Experiences

 

 

 

AUNT LUTE BOOKS

 

 

 

Iowa 1982

San Francisco, CA

1982-

 

Descripción: BF4cover-For-website-Recent-Releases

Gloria Anzaldúa, Borderlands/ La frontera:The New Mestiza

1987
                      ISBN: 9781879960688

 

 

About Aunt Lute Books:

Aunt Lute Books is a multicultural women's press that has been committed to publishing high quality, culturally diverse literature. 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.”

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Aunt Lute Books includes:

Norma E. Cantú, Christina L. Gutiérrez, Norma Alarcón, and Rita E. Urquijo-Ruiz (eds,), El Mundo Zurdo Gloria Anzaldúa (ed), Making Face, Making Soul/Haciendo Caras

 

 

Nick Carbó and Eileen Tabios, Babaylan Women of South Asian Descent Collective (WOSAD), Our Feet Walk the Sky                                                        Ginu Kamani, Junglee Girl

 

 

 

 

 

CARCANET PRESS

 

Peter Jones, Gareth Reeves and Michael Schmidt

 

Oxford, England

1969

Manchester 1971-

 

Robert Gavron 1983

 

Descripción: No Text

        John F. Deane, Eye of the Hare

                                                          2011
                  ISBN: 978 1 847770 92 9

 

About Carcanet Press:

Carcanet Press is one of the outstanding independent literary publishers of our time that publishes the most comprehensive and diverse list available of modern and classic poetry in English and in translation, as well as a range of inventive fiction, Lives and Letters and literary criticism. Carcanet was a literary magazine, founded in 1962 with the original idea to 'collect together and publish as a periodical poetry, short fiction, and "intelligent criticism of all the arts". The intention was to link Oxford and Cambridge. 

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Carcanet Press include:

 

Edwin Morgan, A Book of Lives 

Judith Wright,  A Human Pattern 
Sujata Bhatt, A Colour For Solitude

Roger Finch, According To Lilies

Kei Miller, A Light Song of Light

Jeremy Over, A Little Bit of Bread and No Cheese 

Alison Brackenbury, Dreams of Power

Carola Luther, Arguing with Malarchy 

William Letford,Bevel 
Jon Stallworthy, Body Language 
Stephen Rodefer, Call It Thought: Selected Poems

Thomas Kinsella,Citizen of the World 
Elizabeth Jennings, Consequently I Rejoice

 

 

 

KENNING EDITIONS

 

 

San Francisco, CA

1998-

 

Descripción: http://www.kenningeditions.com/images/seldess.jpg

Jesse Seldless, Who Opens.

2006
ISBN 0-9767364-0-3

 

 

About Kenning Editions:

Kenning Editions was founded in 1998 to publish the journal Kenning. In 2006, the press devoted itself exclusively to publishing high-quality trade paperback volumes of new and archival writing by authors whose work reflects the diversity and innovation for which the newsletter came to stand in the radical modernist tradition.”

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Kenning Editions include:

 

·                     Pamela Lu, Ambient Parking Lot

·                     Hannah Weiner, Hannah Weiner´s Open House

·                     Tan Lin, Insomnia and the Aunt

·                     Jesse Seldess, Left Having

·                      

·                     Bill Luoma, Some Math

·                     Kyle Schlesinger, The Pink

·                     Jesse Seldess, Who Opens

·                     Patrick Durgin, PQRS

·                     Laura Elrick, Propagation

 

 

 

 

JUBILAT PRESS

 

Christian Hawkey
Kelly LeFave
Michael Teig

 

 

Amherst, MA

 

 

 

Descripción: Volume Cover

Jubiltat 1

 

About Jubilat:

From the first issue onward, jubilat has aimed to publish not only the best in contemporary American poetry, but to place it alongside a varied selection of reprints, found pieces, lyric prose, art, and interviews with poets and other artists. Rather than section off these varieties of work, the magazine creates a dialogue that showcases the beauty and strangeness of the ordinary, and how experiments with language and image speak in a compelling way about who we are.

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KRUPSKAYA BOOKS

 

Editors:

1998-1999: Jocelyn Saidenberg, Rodrigo Toscano, Hung Q. Tu 

1999-2000: Norma Cole, Jocelyn Saidenberg, Hung Q. Tu 

2000-2001: Norma Cole, Dan Farrell, Jocelyn Saidenberg 

2001-2002: Dan Farrell, Kevin Killian, Jocelyn Saidenberg 

2002-2003: Judith Goldman, Kevin Killian, Jocelyn Saidenberg 

2003-2004: Judith Goldman, Kevin Killian, Jocelyn Saidenberg 

2005-present: Kevin Killian and Jocelyn Saidenberg

 

San Francisco, CA

1998-

 

Descripción: http://www.krupskayabooks.com/images/friedlander.gif

Benjamin Friedlander, A Knot Is Not a Tangle
2000

ISBN 1-928650-06-6

 

About Krupskaya Books:

Dedicated to publishing experimental poetry and prose Krupskaya is structured as a collective body comprised of writer-editors who have equal responsibility for the reading, selection, editing, and support of the books that are produced. The collective works toward a consensus.

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Krupskaya Books include:

 

Steven Farmer, Medieval 

Dan Farrell, Last Instance 
Elizabeth Fodaski, fracas 
Laura Moriarty, Nude Memoir 

Stacy Doris, Paramour 
Kevin Killian, Argento Series 

Caroline Bergvall, Goan Atom          Taylor Brady, Microclimates                      Kevin Killian, Argento Series                                 Geoffrey Dyer, The Dirty Halo of Everything                                        Norma Cole, Scout

 

 

 

KULCHUR PRESS RECORDS

 

 

Lita Hornick, 1927

Barnard A. B. 1948, Columbia M.A. 1949

1961-

 

 

About Kulchur Press Books:

Correspondence, manuscripts, proofs, art work, mechanicals, documents, lists, financial papers, and printed materials of Kulchur. In 1970, Kulchur Press became The Kulchur Foundation. Lita Hornick has also been active in the support committees of The Museum of Modern Art and other cultural institutions. Lita Hornick published the works of new American writers (including the New York School), artists, and musicians (such as Robert Duncan, Allen Ginsberg, Frank O'Hara, and Larry Rivers) as well as avant garde criticism from 1961 until 1965. She ended KULCHUR in 1965 and began to publish books from the Kulchur Press.

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Kulchur Press include:

 

Antoninus Brother, The Rose of Solitude

Allen Ginsberg, Kral Majales

 Michael McClure, Two for Bruce Conner
Joseph Ceravolo, Millenium Dust

Mary Ferrari,The Isle of the Little God

Juki Hartman, Ping

Susan Howe, Defenestration of Prague
Lita Hornick, Nine Martinis

Maureen Owen, Hearts in Space
Rochelle Owens, How Much Paint Does the Painting Need

 

 

 

LAGUNA WILDERNESS PRESS

 

 

Ron Chilcote and Jerry Burchfield

 

South Orange County, CA

2002-

 

Descripción: http://thephotobook.files.wordpress.com/2009/05/understory_cover-r11.jpg?w=695&h=600

Jerry Burchfield, Understory.

2004

ISBN: 1930066228

 

 

 

About Laguna Wilderness Press:

Laguna Wilderness Press is a non-profit press dedicated to publishing books about the presence, preservation, and importance of wilderness environments. The press is especially interested in the protection and development of wilderness areas within or near urban centers. The press intends to play a role in redefining the term progress and help re-establish the connection between humanity and nature, as well as produce books that reassess the histories of specific environments by addressing misinformation and disinformation.

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Laguna Wilderness Press include:

 

Ronald Chilcote, Nature´s Laguna Wilderness

Robert L. Allen and Fred M. Roberts Jr., Wildflowers of Orange County and the Santa Ana Mountains

Ronald Chilcote (ed.), Mexico at the Hour of Combat: Sabino Osuna

Allan Schoenherr, Wild and Beautiful: A Natural History of the Open Spaces in Orange County
Eric Molvar, Wyoming´s Red Desert
Paul Paiement, Hybrids 1.0- 3.5

Ronald Chilcote and Susan Marsh (eds.), The Wild Wyoming Range

 

 

LEAPING DOG PRESS

 

 

 

 

 

1985-

 

Descripción: Echoes of Baudelaire

Charles Baudelaire, Echoes of Baudelaire. Selected Poems

 

 

 

About Leaping Dog Press:

Leaping Dog Press and Asylum Arts Press publish accessible, edgy, witty, and challenging contemporary poetry, fiction, and works in translation, with Asylum Arts Press having an additional focus on surrealism and the avant-garde. However, Leaping Dog Press and Asylum Arts are no longer accepting unsolicited submissions.

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Leaping Dog Press include:

 

Eric Basso, Umbra

 Cynthia henderson, City of Mazes
Eric Basso, The Beak Doctor 
Kirpal Gordon, Eros in Sanskrit

Marie Redonnet, Red Man and Co.

Samuel Applebaum, Chtcheglov

Kirpal Gordon, Ghost y Ganga

Eric Basso, The Sabattier Effect
Robert Peters,
Where the Bee Sucks
Eric Paul Shaffer, Lāhaina Noon
Kim Cop, Element

Carolyn Stoloff, You Came to Meet Someone Else

 

 

 

TALKING LEAVES BOOKS

 

 

 

Jonathon Welch, co-founder

 

Buffalo, NY

1971-

 

 

Descripción: http://www.tleavesbooks.com/images/cochrane.jpg

Mich Cochrane, Fitz

 

 

 

About Talking Leaves Books:

The goal at our store has always been to find and present a distinctive and unusual selection of the finest writing and thinking bound into books into our community, and to engage actively in the community to promote literacy and the public discussion of the substance of the books we offer. As our culture becomes more uniform, the voices and visions outside the mainstream become ever more significant. Books that tend to the idiosyncratic, the unusual, the marginal, the "original," and stems from an inquiring, free-spirited and independent mind.”

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Talking Leaves Books include:

 

Molly Stevens, Recipe For Becoming a Food Writer

 

 

 

LITMUS PRESS

 

 

E. Tracy Grinnell, Founding editor & Director
Julian T. Brolaski (poetry, essays & reviews) 
Jen Hofer (Mexican, Central & South American poetry
Nathanaël (Canadian & Québécois poetry)
Ashley Lamb (Art)

 

 

Brooklyn, NY

1992-

 

Descripción: I Want to Make You Safe

Amy King, I Want toM ake You Safe.

2011
ISBN: 978-1-933959-23-8

 

About Litmus Press:

Litmus Press is a program of Ether Sea Projects, Inc., a non-profit literature and arts organization. Dedicated to supporting innovative, cross-genre writing, the press publishes the work of translators, poets, and other writers, and organizes public events in their support. We encourage interaction between poets and visual artists by featuring contemporary artworks on the covers of our full-length books and in the pages of Aufgabe, our annual literary journal. By actualizing the potential linguistic, cultural and political benefits of international literary exchange, we aim to ensure that our poetic communities remain open-minded and vital.”

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Litmus Press include:

 

Danielle Collobert,  Murder
Mary Burger, Then Go On
Amy King, I Want to Make You Safe 
Leslie Scalapino, How Phenomena Appear to Unfold 
Kate Colby, Beauport 

Keith Waldrop, The House Seen from Nowhere


Mark Tardi, Euclid Shudders 
Kerri Sonnenberg, The Mudra
Eva Sjödin, Inner China
Stacy Szymaszek, Emptied of All Ships 
Roberto Harrison, Counter Daemons 
Brenda Iijima, Animate, Inanimate Aims 
kari edwards, Bharat jiva 

 

 

 

MEOW PRESS

 

 

 

Buffalo, NY

1993-

 

Descripción: http://factoryschool.com/meowpress/duncan.jpg

Robert Duncan, Copy Book Entries.

1996

 

 

About Meow Press:

In six and a half years of publishing (editing, designing, printing, assembling and trimming) "in the house," the press has produced more than sixty chapbooks of poetry and prose totalling nearly 18,000 copies. The proud publisher of many internationally recognized writers, Meow Press has also participated in local literary community development projects, often linking book publication dates with conferences or readings. The books are simply designed with economically feasible production values rooted in appropriate and available technologies.

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Meow Press include:

 

Michael Basinski, Cnyttan

Charles Alexander, Four Ninety-Eight to Seven
Dodie Bellamy, Hallucinations
Charles Bernstein, 
The Subject
Jonathan Brannen, 
The Glass Man Left Waltzing

Kevin Killian, Argento Series
Cynthia Kimball, 
Annotations for Eliza
Wendy Kramer, 
Patinas
Joel Kuszai, 
"A Miscellany"

 

Stephen Ratcliffe, Signature
Lisa Robertson, 
The Descent
Elizabeth Robinson, 
Iemanje
Jerome Rothenberg, 
Paris Elegies & Improvisations
Lisa Samuels, Letters
Leslie Scalapino, 
The Line
Susan M. Schultz, 
Addenda
Kenneth Sherwood, 
That Risk
James Sherry, 
Four For
Aaron Shurin, 
Codex

 

 

MERCURY HOUSE

 

Jeremy Bigalke (2005-Present) 
Kirsten Janene-Nelson (2000-2005) 
Thomas Christensen (1990-2000) 
Alev Lytle Croutier (1986-1990)
William Brinton (Founder, 1986)

 

 

San Francisco, CA

1986-

 

Descripción: http://www.mercuryhouse.org/images/horace.jpg

George Sand, Horace.

1996

Winner, 1996 Bay Area Book Reviewers Association Translation Award
ISBN 1-56279-082-X

 

About Mercury House:

Mercury House is a nonprofit press guided by a dedication to literary values and the free exchange of thought. Since its founding Mercury House has published the work of emerging American writers and critically acclaimed representatives of world literature. The house is guided by a dedication to literary values, to works of social significance, and to the free exchange of ideas. Yet its primary goal is more specific than that: Mercury House promotes authors overlooked by the increasingly commercial publishing industry centered in New York.

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Mercury House include:

 

Philip Daughtry, The Centaur's Son
Dale Pendell, Walking with Nobby: 
Conversations with Norman O. Brown
 
Leonard Michaels,
Girl With a Monkey
Thomas Farber, Face of the Deep 
Douglas Thorpe,
Work and the Life of the Spirit 

 

Susan Caperna Lloyd, No Pictures in My Grave
David Meltzer (ed.),
Reading Jazz
Charles Wright
, The Wig
Katherine McNamara, Narrow Road to the Deep North 
William Kittredge,
Who Owns the West?
 

 

 

 

MERITAGE PRESS

 

 

St. Helena and San Francisco, CA.

 

 

Descripción: http://sphotos-d.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash3/61333_101168679945418_2981959_n.jpg

Karen Llagas, Archipelago Dust

 

 

About Meritage Press:

Meritage Press seeks to expand fresh ways of featuring literary and other art forms. Meritage expects to publish a wide range of artists – poets, writers, visual artists, dancers, and performance artists. By acknowledging the multiplicity of aesthetic concerns, Meritage’s interests necessarily encompass a variety of disciplines – politics, culture, identity, science, humor, religion, history, technology, philosophy and wine.”

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Meritage Press include:

 

Aileen Ibardaloza, Traje de Boda
Ernesto Priego, Not Even Dogs
Michelle Bautista
, Kali's Blade
Thomas Fink, Maya Diablo Mason, AutopsyTurvy

 

 

Bruna Mori, Derivé

Ernesto Priego, Not Even Dogs
Theodore Gonzalves, Stage Presence
Mark Young, Pelican Dreaming: Poems 1959-2008

 

 

 

MONTEMORA FOUNDATION

 

 

New York, NY

 

1980-1982

 

Descripción: http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41LbIV6HkFL._SY320_.jpg

Gustaf Sobin,Wind Chrysalid's Rattle 

1980
 978-9991625003

 

About Montemora:

It was a journal magazine that published books between 1980-1982

 

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Montemora include:

 

Karin Lessing, The Fountain

Susan Howe, Pythagorean Silence

Rachel Blau DuPlessis, Wells 

 

Gustaf Sobin, Celebration of The Sound Through

Mary Oppen, Poems & Transpositions 
Mark Kirschen,
Pier's End 

 

 

 

MOVING PARTS PRESS

 

Felicia Rice

 

Santa Cruz, CA

1977-

 

Descripción: http://www.movingpartspress.com/Images/howl.gif

Elba Rosario Sánchez, from silence to Howl.

1994
ISBN 0-939952-17-3

 

About Moving Parts Press:

Moving Parts Press has published handsome and innovative books, broadsides and prints since 1977. These editions of new literature, works in translation, and contemporary art explore the relationship of word and image, typography and the visual arts, the fine arts and popular culture.”

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Moving Parts Press include:

 

Monica Brown, El Alfabeto Animado / The Lively Alphabet / Uywakunawan Qelqasqa
Elba Rosario Sánchez,
Tallos De Luna / Moon Shoots
Alfred Arteaga,
Love In The Time Of Aftershocks
Elba Rosario Sánchez and seventeen others, Lenguas Sueltas: Poemas

Katherine Harer, In These Bodies
William Pitt Root, In The World's Common Grasses
Ellen Bass, For Earthly Survival
Joan Pera, Pick Up The Apples

Henri Michaux, Meidosems

Maude Meehan, Before The Snow
Tim Sheehan
, Three Children's Broadsides Big Jake : Katie's Birthday Bug : Styrofoamosaurus





 

 

MUDRA BOOKS

 

 

Andhra Pradesh, India

1992-

 

Descripción: Rendu Rastralu (Two States)

Chetan Bhagah, Rendu Rastralu (Two States)

.

 

 

About Mudra Books:

A publisher directly from India

__________________________________________________________________

 

Mudra Books include:

 

TVL Narsimharao, Sri Madvirat Potuluri Veerabrhamendra Swamy Sachitra Sampoorna Jeevitha Charitra              TVL Narsimharao, Sri Veerabrahmendra Swamy Bhajana Kirthanalu            Aathma Katha Chalam, Aathma Katha Chalam

 

Yandamuri Veerendranath, Anando Brahma                                             Chetan Bhagah, Viplavam2020 (Revolution 2020)                                    TVL Narsimharao, Maha Sivapuranam (Multi Color)

 

 

 

MAYAPPLE PRESS

 

Judith Kerman

 

Woodstock, NY

1978-

 

Descripción: Straight's Suite for Craig Cotter & Frank O'Hara -  William Heyen

William Heyen, Straight’s Suite for Craig Cotter & Frank O’Hara

2012
ISBN 978-1-936419-11-1

 

About Mayapple:

Mayapple Press is a small literary press that celebrates literature that is both challenging and accessible: poetry that transcends the categories of "mainstream" and "avant-garde"; women's writing; the Great Lakes/Northeastern culture; the recent immigrant experience; poetry in translation; science fiction poetry.

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Mayapple include:

 

Nola Garrett, The Pastor’s Wife Considers Pinball                                                 Mary Winegarden, Sarah Busse, Somewhere Piano
The Translator’s Sister                     George Dila, Nothing More To Tell
Susan Kolodny, After The Firestorm

Howard Schwartz, Breathing In the Dark Sarah Busse, Somewhere Piano       Howard Schwartz, Breathing In the Dark Mary Alexandra Agner, The Doors of the Body                                                  Allison Joseph, Voice: Poems
Sophia Rivkin, Naked Woman Listening at Keyhole

 

 

NOEMI PRESS

 

 

Sara Renee Marshall

 

 

Mesilla Park, NM

1992-

 

Descripción: http://www.noemipress.org/kirby-cover2.jpg

Matthew Kirby, The Evening Papers.

2008
ISBN 9781934819042

 

About Noemi Press:

Noemi Press is a literary arts organization based in Las Cruces, New Mexico, dedicated to publishing and promoting the work of emerging and established authors and artists.

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Noemi Press include:

 

Erica Anzalone, Samsara 

Kate Schapira, The Bounty: Four Addresses 

 Rusty Morrison, Book of the Given 

Khadijah Queen, Black Peculiar 

Joshua Edwards (w/ Van Edwards) , Campeche 

Danielle Pafunda, Iatrogenic: Their Testimonies 

Helen DeWitt & Ilya Gridneff, Your Name Here  

 

 

Lila Zemborain, Guardians of the Secre 

Claire Hero, Sing, Mongrel 

Shane McCrae, Blood 

Elena Minor, Titulada 

Joanna Ruocco, A Compendium of Domestic Incidents 

Gabriel Blackwell, Critique of Pure Reason 

 George McCormick, Salton Sea

 Frédéric Boyer, Cows 

Shya Scanlon, In This Alone Impulse 

 

 

 

 

NATIONAL POETRY FOUNDATION

 

 

Established by Carroll F. Terrell

 

Carla Billitteri, Steve Evans, and Benjamin Friedlander.

 

 

Orono, ME

1971-

 

Descripción: Ezra Pound and Education

Steven G. Yao and Michael Coyle (eds.), Ezra Pound and Education.

ISBN 978-0-943373-77-5

 

About National Poetry Foundation:

“The National Poetry Foundation is internationally known for its innovative approach to scholarship in the fields of modern and contemporary poetry and poetics. Established in (1917-2003) as a center for Pound scholarship, our mission was expanded by Burton Hatlen (director from 1990 until his death in 2008) to include the entire tradition of innovative poetry from modernism to the present day. The NPF is known for its journals, Paideuma and Sagetrieb; its substantial collections of works by outstanding poets such as Joanne Kyger, Theodore Enslin, and Kenneth Fearing; its “Person & Poet” series, inaugurated in 1979 with Louis Zukofsky: Man & Poet and later including volumes devoted to H.D., Charles Reznikoff, Carl Rakosi, Mina Loy and many others; analyze, explore, and debate a particular ten-year period in North American poetry.”

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National Poetry Foundation include:

 

Carroll F. Terrell(ed), Basil Bunting: Man and Poet

Michael Heller (ed.), Carl Rakosi: Man and Poet

Milton Hindus (ed.), Charles Reznikoff: Man and Poet

Carroll F. Terrell (ed.), William Carlos Williams: Man and Poet

Burton Hatlen (ed.), George Oppen: Man and Poet

http://newvictoria.com

Michael Heller (ed), Carl Rakosi: Man and Poet

Leon Surette and Demetres P. Tryphonopoulos (eds.), Literary Modernism and the Occult Tradition

C. Hunting, May Sarton: Woman and Poet

Theodore Enslin, Nine

Carl Rakosi, The Collected Poems of Carl Rakosi

 

 

 

NEW VICTORIA PUBLISHERS

 

 

 

Chicago, IL

1976-

 

Descripción: Sparkling Rain eBook

Barbara Summerhawk, Sparkling Rain.

2009
 ISBN 978-1-892281-26-5

 

About New Victoria Publishers:

New Victoria Publishers started as a small print shop, during this time our feminist foremothers were breaking barriers by publishing feminist books by lesbians. In 1985, New Victoria became a full-time publisher and Stoner McTavish was released, an immediate bestseller by Sarah Dreher, which is still in print.

For over 30 years, New Victoria publishers has been providing a voice for our community, publishing well over a hundred books by lesbians, about lesbians and their lives, winning three Lambda Literary Awards and being nominated for four more. New Victoria was named "Best of the Small Presses" by the Standard Journal in 2002 for the quality and reverence of our nonfiction titles. And Owl of the Desert was ForeWord Magazine’s Book of the Year Gold Medal Winner in the Gay/Lesbian fiction category. In 2007, the business moved to Chicago, and will continue the 30 year tradition of publishing lesbian feminist literature, by and for lesbians. We appreciate very much your continued support.”

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New Victoria Publishers include:

Michiyo Fukaya, A Fire Is Burning It Is In Me                                                    Barbara Summerhawk, Cheiron McMahill and Darren McDonald(eds), Queer Japan Marsha Mildon, Fighting For Air        Jean Marcy, Dead and Blonde



 

JorjetHarper, Lesbomania              ReBecca Beguin, Hers Was The Sky

Elaine Beale, Murder in The Castro

Joanna Michaels, Nun in The Closet

Robin Brandeis, She Scoops to Conquer

Claudia McKay, Twist of Lime

 

 

 

NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY PRESS

 

 

 

Evanston, IL

1893-

 

Descripción: Beware of Pity

Stefan Zweig, Beware of Pity
1996

ISBN 978-0-8101-1330-5


 

About Northwestern University Press:

From its inception, Northwestern University Press has been at the forefront in publishing important works of scholarship as well as quality works of fiction, nonfiction, and literary criticism. 

Founded in 1893, the early years of the Press were dedicated to the publication of legal periodicals and scholarly books dealing with the law. In 1957 the Press was established as a separate university publishing company and began expanding its offerings with new series in various fields, including African studies, phenomenology and existential philosophy, literature, and literary criticism.

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Northwestern University Press include:

 

Heidy Steidlmayer, Fowling Piece: Poems  

E. Stallings, Olives: Poems 

David Koker, At the Edge of the Abyss: A Concentration Camp Diary, 1943--1944

Jehanne Dubrow, Stateside

Katherine Karlin, Send Me Work

Ming-Qian Ma, Poetry as Re-Reading 


Edgar Gabriel Silex, Acts of Love
Kenneth Goldsmith, Against Expression

 Kenneth Silverman, Begin Again A Biography of John Cage 

'Pataphysics 
Christian Bok, The Poetics of an Imaginary Science 
Louis Armand,
Contemporary Poetics 

 

 

NORTH ATLANTIC BOOKS

 

Hisae Matsuda

 

Berkeley, CA

1974-

 

Descripción: http://www.northatlanticbooks.com/images/dyn/cover/?source=9781583943694&height=200

Robert Greer, Astride a Pink Horse

ISBN: 978-1-58394-369-4

 

About North Atlantic Books:

Our mission is to affect planetary consciousness, nurture spiritual and ecological disciplines, disseminate ancient wisdom, and put forth ways to transmute cultural dissonance and violence into service. Our specific strengths are martial arts, bodywork, history of medicine, homeopathy, archaeo-astronomy, transdimensional realms, Eastern religion, diet and natural foods, live food, fine literature, and quirky aspects of pop culture. We publish widely and diversely, mixing commitments to our niches with broad-based general trade books. Although not our main rubrics, we publish environmental titles; graphic novels and comics; urban literature and detective novels; cookbooks; art books; sports books; and new perspectives in dance, film, and theater.

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North Atlantic Books include:

 

Stephen Mitchell, Bestiary,An Anthology of Poems about Animals

Triona Holden, Book of Changes

BJ Ward, Gravedigger’s Birthday

Poems

Edward Sanders, Poems for New Orleans

Andrea Siegel, The Waking Life

Renay Jackson, Peanut’s Revenge

 

Gerrit Lansing, Heavenly Tree, Northern Earth

David Henderson, Neo-California

Kelpie Wilson, Primal Tears

Robert Kelly, The Book from the Sky

Jonathan Towers, Westport Poems

Darryl Brock, Two in the Field

A Novel



 

 

O BOOKS

 

 

John Hunt

 

         Blue Ridge Summit, PA

Descripción: http://www.o-books.com/assets/docs/books/590/791433200d15738da95c41d69581fdd0.jpg

Nicholas Hagger, Armageddon.

2010

ISBN 978-1-84694-352-2

 

About O Books:

O Books is an imprint of John Hunt Publishing, which publishes books on living a spiritual life. General spirituality for health and happiness. We are more lean and quick with publishing turnaround times than you will likely find anywhere else in the industry. We do this by reducing the need for direct communications and maintaining conversations through our in-house online publishing system designed for authors. While the way we operate may at first seem impersonal, it does end up as a very personal business, with people worldwide committing to the success of the books we publish.”

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O Books include:

 

Lisa Whitehead, Get a Head

Nicholas Hagger, A View of The Epping Forest

Fiona Roberts, A Beard in Nepal
Karen Sawyer,
The Dangerous Man

Austen Hayes, The Good Heart

Chobo, Melody and Science

June McLeod, Colors of the Soul

Linda Hoy, The Effect

Ilie Cioara, I am Boundlessness
Cissi Williams, Spiritual Medicine
Riaan Booysen, Thera and The Exodus

 

 

OBERLIN COLLEGE PRESS

 

 

Marco Wilkinson

David Young, David Walker, Martha Collins

 

Oberlin, OH

1969

 

Descripción: http://www.oberlin.edu/ocpress/OKeefeCoverPage.jpg

Timothy O'Keefe, The Goodbye Town

2010
ISBN 978-0932440-40-2

 

About Oberlin College Press:

Oberlin College Press is a nonprofit literary press based at Oberlin College in Oberlin, Ohio. The overall goal of the press, staffed mostly by poets who volunteer their time and student interns who wish to learn about all aspects of publishing, is to produce a periodical of high standing and notable integrity, along with books of superlative quality, with respect to design as well as literary excellence and originality. At the same time, the press strives for affordability and wide availability, keeping its publications in print and reasonably priced.”

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Oberlin College Press include:

 

Beckian Fritz Goldberg, Egypt From Space
Mary Ann Samyn, My Life In Heaven

Jean Gallagher, Start

Amy Newlove Schroeder, The Sleep Hotel
J. W. Marshall, Meaning A Cloud
Mary Cornish, Red Studio

Jean Gallagher, Stubborn

Beckian Fritz Goldberg, Lie Awake Lake 
Carol Moldaw, The Lightning Field
Angie Estes, Voice-Over

Ralph Burns, Ghost Notes

Timothy Kelly, Stronger

 

 

OOLICHAN BOOKS

 

Ron Smith

 

 

Fernie, B.C, Canada

1992-

 

Descripción: http://www.oolichan.com/sites/oolichan.com/files/imagecache/oolichan_cover_th/thing_about_dying_cover_mockup_2.jpg

Mildred Tremblay, The Thing About Dying

2005
ISBN:9780889822115

 

 

About Oolichan Books:

Oolichan Books took its name from the small fish, once plentiful in West Coast waters and a staple in the diet of First Nations people to whom it was sacred. The oolichan, often referred to as the candlefish, is believed to possess healing powers and guarantee longevity. Oolichan Books is a literary press, publishing poetry, fiction and non-fiction titles including literary criticism, memoirs, and books on regional history, First Nations and policy issues.

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Oolichan Books include:

 

Fiona Tinwei Lam, Rainbow Rocket

Brian Brett, The Wind River Variations

Steve Noyes, Rainbow Stage-Manchuria  

Benjamin Madison, Long Legs Boy

Evelyn Lau, A Grain of Rice

Yi-Mei Tsiang, Desperately Seeking Susans

 

http://www.omnidawn.com/

 

 

Dorothy Livesay, Day and Night

Leslie Vryenhoek, Gulf

Miranda Pearson, Harbour

Shelley A. Leedahl, The House of the Easily Amused

George McWhirter, The Incorrection  

Danielle Lagah, Father Tongue

 

 

 

OMNIDAWN

 

Rusty Morrison and Ken Keegan

 

Richmond, CA

2001-

 

Descripción: http://www.omnidawn.com/images/saga_circus.gif

Lyn Hejinian, Saga/Circus
ISBN: 9781890650346

 

 

About Omnidawn:

Omnidawn Publishing was founded to create books that are most closely aligned with each author's vision, and to provide an interactive and rewarding publishing experience for poets and writers. We encourage authors to participate at every point in the decision making process of book design and book production, and thus far all have taken an active part, deciding on or providing cover art and assisting in the design of the interior of the books. Omnidawn has been publishing poetry since 2001, with Fabulist and New Fabulist Fiction added in 2006.”

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Omnidawn include:

 

Donald Revell(trans), Arthur Rimbaud, A Season in Hell

 Martha Ronk, In a landscape of having to repeat
George Albon, Brief Capital of Disturbances

Christopher Arigo, In the archives

Calvin  Bedient, The Multiple

Norma Cole, To Be At Music: Essays & Talks 

Lyn Hejinian, The Book of a Thousand Eyes
Paul Hoover, Poems in Spanish 
Lyn Hejinian, The Fatalist

Bill Mayer, The Uncertainty Principle 

Martha Ronk, In a landscape of having to repeat 

 

 

 

THE OWL PRESS

 

 

Albert Flynn DeSilver

 

 

 Woodacre, California

1997-

 

Descripción: Hymns of St. Bridget cover

Frank O'Hara & Bill Berkson, Hymns of St. Bridget & Other Writings

2001

 ISBN 0-9669430-5-8

 

About The Owl Press:

The Owl Press publishes poetry and poetic collaboration in fine paperback editions.” __________________________________________________________________

The Owl Press include:

 

Bill Berkson, Our Friends Will Pass Among You Silently

Alice Notley, From The Beginning
Bernadette Mayer, Lee Ann Brown, Jen Hofer, & Danika Dinsmore
, The 3:15 Experiment

Carol Szamatowicz, ZOOP
Edmund Berrigan
, Disarming Matter
Brendan Lorber,
The Address Book
Noel Black
,Hulktrans

 



 

 

 

PANTOGRAPH PRESS

 

 

 

1992-1997

 

Descripción: Mailer Leaves Ham, John M Bennett

John M Bennett, Mailer Leaves Ham

1999

ISBN: 9781880766194

 

 

About Pantograph Press:

A Publisher

__________________________________________________________________

 

Pantograph Press include:

 

·                     Jack Foley, Visions & Affiliations: A California Literary Time Line, Poets & Poetry Part One, 1940-1980

·                     Adelle Foley, Along the Bloodline

·                     Mary-Marcia Casoly, Run to Tenderness

·                     Jack Foley, Adrift

 



·                     Sotere Torregian, Always for the First Time

·                     Ivan Arguelles and Jack Foley, New Poetry from California: Dead/Requiem

·                     Adam Cornford, Decision Forest

·                     Jake Berry, Species of Abandoned Light

·                     Ivan Arguelles, Hapax Legomenon

·                      

 

 

PARADIGM PRESS

 

 

Seattle, WA

 

Descripción: http://www.durationpress.com/paradigm/images/potential.gif

Keith Waldrop, Potential Random.

ISBN 0-945926-32-4

 

About Paradigm Press:

__________________________________________________________________

 

Paradigm Press include:

 

Todd Baron, This Seasonal Journal

Jessica Bayer, Objects of Desire

Charles Bernstein, Senses of Responsibility

Robin Bradford, Digging In

Marina Budhos, Father's Tale

Allison Bundy, Tale of a Good Cook

Patrick Comiskey, Bell and Us

Gerry Crinnin, False Shuffles & the Disappearing Ace

 

Peter Gizzi, Music For Films

Jean Grosjean, Elegies

John Hawkes, Regulus & Maximus

Susan Howe, A Bibliography of the King's Book; or Eikon Basilike

Ray Jordon, Cornutus

Jonathan Litter, There Were These Two Guys

Stephen-Paul Martin, Tales

Mark McMorris, Palinurus Suite

 

 

 

PARALLAX PRESS

 

 

Thich Nhat Hanh

 

 

Berkeley, CA

1986-

 

Descripción: http://www.parallax.org/books/dragonsleep/front.jpg

Robert Aitken, Dragon Who Never Sleeps: Verses for Zen Buddhist Practice

 

 

About Parallax Press:

Founded in 1986, following a suggestion by Vietnamese Zen teacher and poet Thich Nhat Hanh, Parallax Press is the publishing division of Unified Buddhist Church, Inc. Dedicated to publishing books on socially engaged Buddhism, we are Thich Nhat Hanh's core publisher and carry all books published by him. We are committed to making these teachings accessible to everyone and preserving them for future generations.”

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Parallax Press include:

 

Thich Nhat Hanh, A Taste of Earth

Ko Un, Little Pilgrim: A Novel

Thich Nhat Hanh, The Stone Boyand Other Stories

Poonam Srivastava, Moment for the Mind

 



Thây Giac Thanh, Scattered Memories

Ko Un, What? : 108 Zen Poems

Thich Nhat Hanh, Call Me By My True Names: The Collected Poems of Thich Nhat Hanh

 

 

PAST TENTS PRESS

 

Dennis Teichman, Paul Schwarz and Deb King

 

Detroit, MI

1985-

 

Descripción: junkstar

Leslie Reese, Urban Junkstar.

1997
ISBN 0-9622474-7-2

 

About Past Tents Press:

Past Tents Press is a non-profit small press founded to support and publish writers who live, work or have a history of involvement in Detroit’s cultural communities.

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Past Tents Press include:

Chris Tysh, In The Name

Gregory Kiewiet, In The Company of Words                                                   Kofi Natambu, The Melody Never Stops

Melba Joyce Boyd, The Province of Literary Cats                                          Bill Harris, The Ringmaster’s Array

 

 

 

Dennis Teichman, V-8

Ken Mikolowski, Big Enigmas

Kim Hunter, Borne on Slow Knives   Melba Joyce Boyd, Borne on Slow Knives                George Tysh, Dream Sites: A Visual Essay

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PAVEMENT SAW PRESS

 

David Baratier

 

Montpelier, OH

 

1993-

 

Descripción: http://www.pavementsaw.org/images/postavant.gif

Daniel Zimmerman,Post-Avant

2002

ISBN 1-880713-00-4

 

About Pavement Saw Press:

Pavement Saw Press has published at least four full length paperback poetry collections, with some printed in library edition hard covers, one chapbook and a yearly literary journal anthology. We specialize in finding authors who have been widely published in literary journals but have not published a chapbook or full length book. Many well known authors and editors have supported these titles including John Ashbery, James Tate, Cornelius Eady, Len Roberts, Jim Daniels, Edward Dorn, Leslie Scalapino, Harryette Mullen, Robert Kelly, and Billy Collins.”

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Pavement Saw Press includes:

 

Stan Mir, The Lacustrine Suite
Justin Vicari, The Professional Weepers
Errol Miller, Magnolia Hall
Ivan Argüelles & John M. Bennett, Chac Prostibulario

Rodney Koeneke, Rouge State

 

Chris Stroffolino, Oops
Carl Thayler, Shake Hands
Julie Otten, Milk Chip Monday
 Sheila Murphy, Incessant Seeds

Kaya Oakes, Telegraph

Will Alexander, Above the Human Nerve Domain

 

 

POTES & POETS PRESS

 

 

 

Elmwood, CONN

 

Descripción: http://wings.buffalo.edu/epc/presses/ganick/artofpractice.gif

Dennis Barone and Peter Ganick, The Art of Practice:
45 Contemporary Poets

ISBN 0-937013-46-3 

 

About Potes y Poets Press:

“The work we publish has its roots in a variety of sources, including Dada, Surrealism, the work of Gertrude Stein, Virginia Woolf, Robert Creeley, Charles Olson, Lorine Niedecker, Laura Riding, Robert Duncan and the Situationists.”

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Potes y Poets Press include:

Stacy Doris, Initial and Directive      Laura Moriarty. Malakhov               Tsering Wangmo Dompa. from In Writing the Names
John Olson Water to Water: Prose Poems Johanna Drucker, Romance writer.     Buck Downs, Selections from The sound of music.                                           Norma Cole, Spinoza in her youth.   

Cheryl Burket, Behind the white           

 

Kevin Magee, Homage to Ruth Berleau. Ray DiPalma, From Metropolitan Corridor
Melanie Neilson, Civil Noir           Andrew Levy, Reading places, reading times.
Johanna Drucker, Excerpts from Bookscape.                                        Dennis Barone, The world. The possibility: poems.

 

 

 

THE POST-APOLLO PRESS

 

Simone Fattal

 

 

Sausalito, CA

 1982-

 

Descripción: http://www.postapollopress.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/agatha_thumb.jpg

Marguerite Duras, Agatha, Savannah Bay.

1992
ISBN: 0-942996-16-X
 

 

About The Post-Apollo Press:

“The Post-Apollo Press specializes in poetry, experimental writing and translation. Post-Apollo has published major American, European and Middle-Eastern poets and prose writers including Barbara Guest, Lyn Hejinian, Leslie Scalapino, Robert Grenier, Etel Adnan, Marguerite Duras Jalal Toufic, Tom Raworth and many others.

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The Post-Apollo Press include:

 

Amin Khan, Vision of the Return
Etel Adnan,
Sitt Marie Rose
Etel Adnan,
The Arab Apocalypse

Cole Swensen, Stele
Elfriede Jelinek,
Einar
Denise Newman,
The New Make Believe
Joan Retallack,
Memnoir

 

 

Steve Dickison, Disposed
Etel Adnan
, Seasons
Susan Gevirtz
, Thrall
George Albon
, Step
George Deem
, Let George Do It
Marc Atherton
, Where the Rocks Started
Lyn Hejinian,
Happily

 

 

REALITY STREET

 

 

Ken Edwards (1993-)

Wendy Mulford(1993-1998)

Elaine Edwards(1998-)

 

Hastings, England

1993-

 

Descripción: http://www.realitystreet.co.uk/resources/9781874400479.jpg

Fanny Howe, Experience.

2010
 978-1-874400-47-9

 

About Reality Street:

Reality Street (previously Reality Street Editions) was formed in 1993, as an amalgamation of two independent poetry presses: Ken Edwards' Reality Studios, which had been operating in London since 1978 and Wendy Mulford's Street Editions, founded in Cambridge in 1972. The two presses recognised a common interest in publishing the poetry of what Ken has termed the "parallel tradition": its various formations in the UK being the British Poetry Revival, the Cambridge diaspora, and what has sometimes been called "linguistically innovative" poetry - all overlapping categories. There was also a common interest in post-New American Poetry, Language Writing and related North American fields, as well as adventurous poetry in other English-speaking regions and from other languages and cultures. In recent years, Reality Street has also been interested in experimental prose, both narrative and non-narrative.”

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Reality Street includes:

 

Wendy Mulford, The Land Between
Peter Jaeger, Rapid Eye Movement

 Fanny Howe, Emergence

Jim Goar, Seoul Bus Poems

Maggie O'Sullivan, Body of Work
Maurice Scully, Sonata
Jeff Hilson, Stretchers

Johan de Wit, Gero Nimo 
Leopold Haas,
The Raft
Richard Makin,
Dwelling 
James Davies,
Plants
Carol Watts
Occasionals 

John Gilmore, Head of a Man 

 

 

RED LETTER PRESS

 

 

Seattle, WA

 

Descripción: Yellow Woman Speaks

Merle Woo, Yellow Woman Speaks.

ISBN 0-9725403-6-9

 

About Red Letter Press:

Red Letter Press publishes books and pamphlets to inform and arm today's activists with the ideas, experiences and history of radical and workingclass women and men, people of color and sexual minorities, and others in the global movement for social change. We focus on socialist works that pose the question of capitalism or socialism, that advance human rights and combat prejudice, that educate about civil liberties, Marxist ideas and labor history, clarify international issues, propose solutions to labor exploitation, racism, sexism and homophobia, and encourage dialogue, critical thought and grassroots rebellion.

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Red Letter Press includes:

 

Clara Fraser, Revolution, She Wrote  
Andrea Bauer,
Socialist Feminism and the Revolutionary Party 
Nellie Wong, Merle Woo, Mitsuye Yamada,
Three Asian American Writers Speak Out 
Yolanda Alaniz and Megan Cornish,
Viva la Raza: A History of Chicano Identity and Resistance 
Yolanda Alaniz, Nellie Wong, Voices of Color  

Karen Brodine, Woman Sitting at the Machine, Thinking 
Merle Woo,
Yellow Woman Speaks 
Sam Deaderick and Tamara Turner, Gay Resistance: The Hidden History 
Susan Williams, Lesbianism: A Socialist Feminist Perspective 
Su Docekal
, On the Frontlines of Lavender Labor History 
Nancy Reiko Kato,
Women of Color: Frontrunners for Freedom

 

ROOF BOOKS

 

 

 

New York, NY

1976-

 

Descripción: Motion of the Cypher

Ray DiPalma, Motion of the Cypher.

1995
ISBN: 978-0-937804-61-2

 

About Roof Books:

Roof Books and Segue Books are published by the Segue Foundation. Over 120 titles of contemporary poetry and criticism are now in print. In the late 1970s, Segue published the poetry journal ROOF and distributed the critical journal L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E, two of the seminal publications of the language writing movement. Today, Roof brings diverse, innovative works to print in four handsome, perfect-bound editions each year.

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Roof Books include:

 

Miles Champion, Three Bell Zero

Edwin Torres, Yes Thing No Thing
Fiona Templeton, You-The City
Bob Perelman, Virtual Reality
Jackson Mac Low, Twenties
Janine Pommy Vega, Candles Burn In Memory Town: Poems From Both Sides Of The Wall

Alan Davies, Rave
James Sherry, Popular Fiction

Lytle Shaw, Ed., Nineteen Lines: A Drawing Center Writing Anthology
Ted Greenwald, Jumping The Line

Rod Smith, Protective Immediacy
Mac Wellman, Strange Elegies

Peter Seaton, The Son Master


 

 

 

RODENT PRESS

 

 

Descripción: The Inside Story

Jane Wodening, The Inside Story

1996
ISBN: 9781887997058

 

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Rodent Press includes:

 

·                     John Wright, Outlaw

·                     Katie Yates and Cassandra Terman, Letters: 29.IX.95-9.X.95

·                     Cassie Terman, Always More Quiet

·                     Andrew Schelling, Two Immortals: Vidya, the Sappho of India & William Everson Recollections



·                     Jack Collom, What a Strange Way of Being Dead: A Trilogy

·                     Andrew Schelling, Old Growth: Selected Poems & Notebooks 1986-1994

·                     Katie Yates, So Difficulty

·                     Kaitlyn Gallagher, Point Me in the Right Direction



 

 

RUMOUR PUBLICATIONS

 

 

Toronto, Canada

1978-1993

 

 

 

 

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Rumour Publications include:

 

Kathy Acker, Kathy Goes to Haiti

Fred Gaysek, Lovecrushed

Wade Howie, Sci-fi R & B 



Barry Prophe, A book of humour 
Wade Howie,
James Dean slides 
Victor Coleman, Captions for the deaf 

 

 

 

RONSDALE PRESS

 

 

 

Vancouver, Canada

1988-

 

Descripción: http://ronsdalepress.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/Runaway-Dreams-for-web.jpg

Richard Wagamese, Runaway Dreams

2011

ISBN 978-1-55380-129-0

 

 

About Ronsdale Press:

Ronsdale Press is a literary publishing house dedicated to publishing books from across Canada, books that give Canadians new insights into themselves and their country. Ronsdale publishes fiction, poetry, regional history, biography and autobiography, books of ideas about Canada, as well as children’s books. In general, the press looks for thoughtful works that reveal the author has read deeply in contemporary and earlier literature and is working to create a text with innovative combinations of form and content that can bring genuinely new insights. Ronsdale encourages new and emerging writers while finding space for the developments of more established authors.”

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Ronsdale Press include:

 

Susan Mccaslin, At The Mercy Seat

 Fred Candelaria, Chinese Chamber Music

Connie Fife, Poems For A New World

Zoë Landale, Burning Stone

Zoë Landale, Blue In This Country

Pamela Porter, Cathedral



Harold Enrico, Dog Star                    Sowol Kim, Fugitive Dreams           Lillian Boraks-Nemetz, Ghost Children John Donlan, Green Man

Yong-Un, Hanlove’s Silence And Other Poems

 

 

 

THE RUNCIBLE SPOON PRESS                

 

 

 

Columbia, Washington, D.C

 

 

 

 

Descripción: http://g.virbcdn.com/_f/cdn_images/resize_1024x1365/d5/ContentImage-1103-102069-TheGrossIssue_TRSCover.jpg

                       The Runcible Spoon, 9th issue, vol 3
2012

 

About The Runcible Spoon:

The Runcible Spoon is an independent food magazine handmade in the district of Columbia.

 Our goal is to capture the pleasure and playfulness of eating through imaginative, delicious (and sometimes made up) recipes, illustration, storytelling and collage.

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The Runcible Spoon include:

 

Svetlana Legetic, "Introducing the Runcible Spoon Girls." 
Carrie Murphy/ "
Foodie Chats: Malaka Gharib of the Runcible Spoon.", Luri & Wilma

Alison Baitz, "Throw Back: Zines to Flip Through.", Refinery 29

 

 

Brittany Martin, "Our Favorite Food Bloggers Dish on the Best Meals Around Town.",Refinery 29. 

Erin Williams, "Play Favorites with Malaka Gharib of the Runcible Spoon.", The Washington Post.

 

 

 

SAND DOLLAR PRESS, INC

 

 

                        Chaton Anderson

Descripción: http://www.bookmasters.com/marktplc/images/b03362.png

Victoria Foyt, Revealing Eden.

2012

ISBN 0983650322

 

 

About Sand Dollar Press, Inc:

Sand Dollar Press, Inc. is an independent publisher of fiction for young adults and women. We specialize in quality novels in the areas of science fiction, mystery and romance.”

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Sand Dollar Press, Inc includes:

Victoria Foyt, Save The Pearls Part Two Adapting Eden.

 

 

POLTROON PRESS

 

 

Frances Butler and Alastair Johnston

 

 

Berkeley , CA

1975-

 

Descripción: http://www.poltroonpress.com/images/halos-big.jpg

Darrell Gray, Halos of Debris

ISBN: 0-918395-00-3

 

About Poltroon Press:

Poltroon Press was established as a small, moonlit basement operation on April Fool's Day, to print and publish original works of literature and poetry, illustrated books, and scholarly works in the field of graphic design, typography, architecture, and bibliography.”

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Poltroon Press include:

 

Tom Raworth, Muted Hawks                        Philip Whalen, The Diamond Noodle Lucia Berlin, Safe & Sound

 

 

Mark Coggins, Vulture Capital

Mark Coggins, The Immortal Game

 

 

 

 

QUALE PRESS

 

Gian Lombardo

 

Niantic, CT

1988-

 

Descripción: http://www.quale.com/Zerby.jpg

Charles Zerby, Opening Arguments
2003
ISBN: 0-9700663-7-6

 

About Quale Press:

Quale Press is an independent, small publishing house that also provides desktop-based services to other publishers. Quale Press offers fast turnaround, functional design and cost-effective quality. Quale Press LLC focuses on publishing work that deals with the connections between everything -- on the "qualities" everything, and everyone, evinces and shares. We have a special emphasis on prose poetry, experimental fiction and politically progressive literature.”

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Quale Press include:

 

John Allman, Algorithms
P.H. Liotta, The Graveyard of Fallen Monuments
S.A. Bartfay, Wild Things
Cecil Helman
, The Other Half
of the Dream

Holly Iglesias Hands-On Saints

 

Dennis Barone, Field Report
Geoff Bouvier, Glass Harmonica
Michel Delville, Third Body
George Kalamaras, Even the Java Sparrows Call Your Hair

Peter Johnson, Love Poems for the Millennium

 

 

SHORT STOP PRESS

 

About Short Stop Press :

Short Stop Press is the Fiction and e-book Imprint of A&A Book Publishing.

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http://aampersanda.com/

 

A&A BOOK PUBLISHING

 

Joy Aimée 

 Leichhardt, NSW
Australia

2004-

 

                                     Descripción: http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRS9fJZ8yi0ujcVxlykue1RpP2tUTSJZwYWpDGPJ7M9SFlw5xEIqQ

Joanna George,  Forty Wounds
2012

About A&A Book Publishing:

A&A Book Publishing Pty Ltd is a self-publishing house that publishes quality Non-Fiction (including Autobiography/Memoir, Business, Spirituality, Self-Help) and Fiction (Adult, Young Adults and Children). In 2007 the Short Stop Press Imprint was established for Fiction, e-book publications and our webstore. 

Initially this has resulted in a more conservative approach in what gets published; an accountant-type mentality that demands the author be able to justify his or her manuscript on the basis of marketability is applied to every potential book that passes across the desk of a commissioning editor that if it even makes it that far as increasingly publishing houses are simply refusing to accept unsolicited manuscripts and only publishing “name” authors or reprinting old titles.

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A&A Book Publishing includes:

 

Shirley Eldridge, Twenty-Four Seven 

R. M. Davey, Rick Dunlop Cases

Miles Rothwell, Night Watchers
Christopher Gerard, Talon

Dudley Bradshaw, Cancer Four Times Removed

Ted Scott, Yu the Dragon Tamer
John Sultana, Life on the Kanvas: Overture 

Margaret Watson, Surviving Secrets

Joanna George, Forty Wounds

 

 

 

 

SINGING HORSE PRESS

 

 

Gil Ott

Paul Naylor

 

San Diego, CA

1976-

 

Descripción: http://singinghorsepress.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/The-Strugglers.jpg

Norman Fischer, The Strugglers

 

About Singing Horse Press:

Singing Horse publishes the kinds of innovative writing all too often overlooked by mainstream trade and academic presses; a wide-ranging list of titles by a diverse group of authors, including Charles Bernstein, Harryette Mullen, Norman Fischer, and Rosmarie Waldrop, among others. In 2004, Ott turned the press over to Paul Naylor, the former editor of River City and coeditor of Facture. Under Naylor’s direction, Singing Horse Press will continue to support writers who pursue formally and intellectually challenging paths of expression and construction.”

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Singing Horse Press includes:

 

David Antin, John Cage Uncaged Is Still Cagey
Rae Armantrout, Collected Prose
Andrew Mossin, The Epochal Body
Hank Lazer, N18
Paul Naylor
, Playing Well With Others

Ted Pearson, Encryptions
Lewis Warsh,
Touch of the Whip
Rosmarie Waldrop, Split Infinites
Susan M. Schultz, Dementia Blog
Gil Ott, Pact
Leslie Scalapino & Kevin Killian, Stone Marmalade


 

 

 

SKANKY POSSUM

 

 

Hoa Nguyen and Dale Smith

 

 

Austin, TX

 

Descripción: http://www.skankypossum.com/images/ohara.gif

Frank O'Hara, What's With Modern Art, edited by Bill Berkson

 

About Skanky Possum:

Skanky Possum is a twice-a-year poetry journal and small book-publishing imprint in Austin, Texas. It has published American poetry, featuring both well known names and up-and-coming poets. Discussing small poetry journals. The magazine's first issue ran in the fall of 1998. The annual circulation of the magazine is roughly 300 copies. Smith and Nguyen also publish a few poetry books a year under the name Skanky Possum.”

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Skanky Possum includes:

 

Carl Thayler, Naltsus Bichidin 
Leslie Davis,
Lucky Pup
Hoa Nguyen,
Dark
Tom Clark,Cold Spring: A Diary
Kristin Prevallet,
Scratch Sides

Dawn Michelle Baude, The Beirut Poems
Roger Snell,
Of Light Reflected

Sotère Torregian, "I Must Go" (She Said) "Because My Pizza's Cold"
Kenward Elmslie, Blast from the Past 

 

 

SLOPE EDITIONS

 

Ethan Paquin and Christopher Janke

 

Nashua, NH, and Greenfield, MA

2001-

 

Descripción: Odd Swallows by Robin Ewing

Robin Ewing, Odd Swallows

ISBN 0977776981

 

About Slope Editions:

Slope Editions was created with the same goal in mind as the online literary journal Slope - to present readers a fine and eclectic array of poetry being written in English today. Each year, we will release several well-chosen and stylistically diverse softcover, perfect-bound books that defy convention and categorization.

Slope Editions represents the first major print publishing offshoot of an established online literary journal. We are excited at this distinction, and at the possibilities before us in both e- and paper media. We also believe the Web to be the most convenient place for our audience to access and purchase our authors' work.

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Slope Editions include:

 

Lucy Ives, Anamnesis

Tara Rebele, And I'm Not Jenny

William Waltz, Zoo Music

Kristen Kaschock, Unfathoms
Dorothea Lasky, Judge

Penelope Austin, Bow

Laura Solomon, Bivouac
Sam White, The Goddess Of The Hunt Is Not Herself
Mary Austin Speaker, Ceremony

Alexandria Peary, Id To The Shadow

Trey Moody And Joshua Ware, How We Remake The World: A Concise History Of Everything

 

 

 

SMITHEREENS PRESS

 

Ethan Paquin and Christopher Janke

 

Nashua, NH, and Greenfield, MA

2001-

 

 

 

 

About Smithereens Press:

Smithereens Press is a publisher of poetry chapbooks online. Smithereens Press was set up to give poets the space to produce a chapbook of their work and to make these chapbooks widely available to a community of readers and poets. This press intends to act as a venue for work from emerging and established poets across different poetic styles in order to represent the infinite fragments which compose contemporary poetry.”

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Smithereens Press includes:

Conor O’Callaghan, The Server Room

 

 

 

SLAPERING HOL PRESS

 

 

Margo Stever

 

 

Nashua, NH, and Greenfield, MA

1990-