The L.A. press publishes genre-defying poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and translation from the Asian Pacific American and Asian diaspora.
Established in 2004, the indie press strives to treat poetry as a genre with “frontlist potential” while also publishing fiction, nonfiction, and literature in translation from new voices.
The Milwaukee press releases twelve books of poetry, fiction, drama, art, and comics a year and focuses on publishing writers without MFAs or literary connections.
A small press run by high school students in Pennsylvania publishes handmade books of poetry and prose.
Cofounded by writers Richard Siken and Drew Burk, Spork Press publishes evocative and voice-driven chapbooks and full-length books of poetry and fiction.
Founded in 2014 by Sean Shearer, BOAAT Press publishes both traditional books and handmade chapbooks of poetry by emerging writers.
The University of Cincinnati Press imprint publishes books of poetry and fiction that continue the successes of its affiliated literary journal, the Cincinnati Review.
The press publishes immersive, imaginative chapbooks of poetry, prose, and art, which are printed and folded in the style of a map.
After more than forty years of publishing innovative poetry, Ahsahta Press will shutter in June 2020.
Eight publishers and literary entrepreneurs—Fiona McCrae of Graywolf Press, Jamia Wilson of Feminist Press, Molly Barton of Serial Box, Jennifer 8. Lee of Plympton, and others—on adapting to economic and technological changes.