A nonprofit poetry press based in Portland, Oregon, Tavern Books (www.tavernbooks.com) exists “to print, promote, and preserve works of literary vision, to foster a climate of cultural preservation, and to disseminate books in a way that benefits the reading public.” Led by founding editor Carl Adamshick and managing editor Natalie Garyet, the press publishes original poetry collections; works in translation; and select reprints through its Living Library series, a catalogue of “innovative poets ranging from first-time authors and neglected masters to Pulitzer Prize winners and Nobel Laureates.” Recent titles include Fire Water World & Among the Dog Eaters by Adrian C. Louis and Collected Translations by David Wevill. Original full-length manuscripts by emerging women poets are accepted annually through the press’s Wrolstad series, established in honor of Greta Wrolstad, a poet who died at the age of twenty-four and whose books, Notes on Sea & Shore (2010) and Night Is Simply a Shadow (2013), were published by Tavern Books posthumously. Women poets ages forty and under who are U.S. citizens may submit to the series, which carries a twenty-five-dollar reading fee, from October 1 through January 15 each year. The press also accepts year-round submissions of poetry collections in translation and single-author reprints of out-of-print collections (from writers of any age or gender), and publishes the Honest Pint, a unique monthly literary journal comprising a prose piece—an essay, hybrid work, comic strip, or handwritten letter—by a contemporary author that celebrates the work of a single poet. Edited by poet Matthew Dickman, each issue is distinctively designed and printed, and often includes original artwork and rare ephemera related to the featured poet’s work.