The independent press based in Troy, New York, prints twenty titles a year, including art books, poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, which challenge genre expectations and push boundaries.
A teaching press based at High Point University in North Carolina that launched early this year aims to feature experimental poetry, fiction, and translation that “maintains a connection to human experience.”
Dr. Gloria House, a longtime editor at Broadside Lotus Press, discusses the publisher’s future and role in the literary community.
The author explores how bookstore shutdowns and social distancing measures have affected indie presses and the writers they publish.
The New Orleans press publishes four or five poetry titles a year in an eclectic range of styles.
Bob Wolf's Publishing House.