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News and Trends

March/April 2010

Small Press Points highlights the happenings of the small press players. This issue features Ampersand Books, an independent publisher based in Gulfport, Florida.

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January/February 2010

Small Press Points highlights the happenings of the small press players. This issue features Madras Press, a publisher of  individually bound stories and novellas.

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November/December 2009

Small Press Points highlights the happenings of the small press players. This issue features BlazeVOX Books in Buffalo.

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Daily News

After more than four decades in business, one of Britain’s most intrepid independent publishers is closing its doors. Marion Boyars, which counts Georges Bataille, Ken Kesey, Hubert Selby Jr., and Nobel Prize-winner Kenzaburo Oe among its authors, announced yesterday that it will begin winding down operations after the release of its fall catalogue.

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Daily News

Legend Press imprint Paperbooks is pursuing an unusual scheme to “promote novel writing” in the U.K. this fall, publishing a half-finished book and inviting readers to complete the story. Only the first ten thousand words of A Novel Ending by author Gary Davison will be written; the remaining pages will be left blank. The publisher is asking aspiring authors—one of whom will score a contract with Paperbooks—to fill in and submit their own endings. 

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September/October 2009

Small Press Points highlights the happenings of the small press players. This issue features Wolverine Farm Publishing in Fort Collins, Colorado.

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Daily News

With support for small publishers continuing to dwindle amid the uncertain economic climate, Archipelago Books has put out a call for donations to help it stay afloat. The award-winning New York City-based press, which specializes in literary translations, says shrinking finances have forced it to lay off staff and delay the release of upcoming titles.

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Daily News

Graywolf Press has announced plans to move its offices across the Mississippi River from St. Paul to Minneapolis in about two months’ time. The nonprofit publisher will leave the building it has occupied since 1990 to take up new digs in the Traffic Zone Visual Arts Center, located in the city’s trendy Warehouse district.

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July/August 2009

Small Press Points highlights the happenings of the small press players. This issue features Action Books, Melville House Publishing, Muumuu House, and Tin House Books.

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Daily News

Perseus Books Group, whose imprints include Basic Books, DaCapo, Running Press, Vanguard Press, Seal Press, and Public Affairs, laid off twenty people late last week. The layoffs affect about 3 percent of the publisher's total work force; most of the positions being cut are from the publishing side of the company and a few are from the distribution side.

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