Word Palace Press is a non-profit press that publishes poetry, fiction, translations, and screenplays.
Two Lines Press gives American readers the opportunity to read some of the great work from outside our borders that they would not otherwise get to see. As the barriers between cultures continue to come down and more authors find inspiration in foreign lands, there’s all the more reason for us all to read the world.
Two Lines Press is ONLY a translation publisher, we do not publish works originally written in English, and we do not publish works where the author is also the translator. We are interested in literary fiction—books that are driven by voice or style over plot or content. We currently do not publish collections of poetry, but hope to change that someday. Check the website occasionally for updates. The best way to get a sense of what we're interested in is to check out our books, our journal Two Lines, or representative work on our website.
Tupelo Press, which released its first five books in fall 2001, is an independent, literary press devoted to discovering and publishing works of poetry, literary fiction and nonfiction by emerging and established writers. Tupelo Press is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit company.
What we look for is a blend of urgency of language, imagination, distinctiveness, and craft. What we produce and how we produce it — from design to printing to paper quality — honors the writing in books which boast the uniquely sensual look and feel of a Tupelo Press book.
Please read our submissions guidelines carefully, and feel free to write to us with questions!
Embodying the obsolete word it was named after, Apricity aims to manifest the feeling of the warmth of the sun in the winter in all that it publishes. Established in 2015, Apricity Press was created to fill an immense void in the publishing world. While there are a myriad of presses, literary journals and magazines, many lack the ability to publish multi-genre works, especially dance works. Because of this, Apricity constructed a space where incredible literary, art and dance works could be published side by side, showcasing the tremendous connections between the forms.
When submitting to Apricity, please follow our submission guidelines carefully!
Founded in 1955, George Braziller, Inc. is a small, independent publishing house based in New York City. We pride ourselves on consistently publishing books of exceptional content and quality, as well as consistently discovering new writers and exploring new areas in the world of art. The diversity of our list, which embraces fiction, nonfiction, poetry, art, architecture, and design, continues to be an important aspect of our publishing program.
Please include: Cover Letter, Author Background, Detailed Synopsis, and a Self-Addressed/Stamped envelope for return. Electronic submissions preferred.
We fulfill our mission by publishing books that advance the craft of writing; books that present the dreams and ambitions of peoples who have been under-represented in published literature; books that help establish a new common ground for all Americans.
Please no phone calls, e-mails, or faxes.
Please note: Coffee House Press will only accept submissions during two annual reading periods: March 1 – March 30 and September 1 – September 30. Submissions sent outside of these two reading periods will not be considered or returned.
In addition, until further notice, Coffee House Press will not accept unsolicited poetry submissions. Please check the web page periodically for future updates to this policy.
We are a small, independent, not-for-profit press dedicated to publishing sublime art & literature, i.e., eccentric art & obscure texts, absurdist fiction, experimental visions, and works in translation. Our innovative Absurdist Texts & Documents series features works designed to disrupt, disorient, and smash boundaries—academic, cultural, literary, and philosophical.
Most of the queries we receive come from people who have clearly not read our books. Do not send a query without being familiar with the authors and artists we publish, i.e., read our books.
Toyon publishes distinguished literary and art work, with particular interest in promoting environmental and social justice.
We seek diverse voices from around the world and welcome submissions in all languages.
We recognize that the texts we encounter sometimes challenge us, and that can be a sign of merit and value. We make it a practice to interrogate our readerly biases and tastes.
IthacaLit's annual Difficult Fruit Poetry Prize awards the winning poet $1,000.00. We publish & promote the best writing we find, chosen from among the many submissions sent our way, by emerging & established writers. We seek to bridge differences by publishing poets whose voices represent the myriad experiences we encounter in this life.
We greatly appreciate poetry that connects with the human condition in all its adversity & diversity. Non-fiction grounded in the larger concept of process in poetry, visual art, or music, or innovative theses about writing and education in lit & art, are the essays we value. We are keen on author & artist interviews. Drop us a line, if you have questions.