2Leaf Press, an imprint of the Intercultural Alliance of Artists & Scholars, Inc. (IAAS), challenges the status quo by publishing alternative fiction, nonâ€fiction, poetry and bilingual works by activists, academics, poets and authors dedicated to diversity and social justice with scholarship that is accessible to the general public.
39 West Press is an independent book publisher committed to releasing books that encourage critical thinking and promote constructive discourse on key social, cultural, political, and economic issues affecting life in America.
Acorn Press publishes books that reflect the culture and indigenous knowledge of Prince Edward Island. The books are primarily about Prince Edward Island and/or written by Prince Edward Islanders, and include fiction, non-fiction, children’s literature, and poetry.
Publishes under three imprints: Surrey which focuses on food, dining, nutrition, and entertaining; B2 Books publishing business; and Bolden, which publishes fiction and non-fiction by African-American authors.
Amberjack Publishing, founded in 2014, is an independent small press of fiction books with offices in New York and Idaho. Amberjack's books are distributed by Midpoint Trade Books, one of the largest distributors in the industry.
As a traditional publishing house, Amberjack Publishing's mission is to search far and wide for the best stories being written today and connect them to readers all around the world with the highest quality books.
And Other Stories is a literary publishing house that works on the principle that great new books will be heard about and read thanks to the combined intelligence of a number of people: editors, readers, translators, critics, literary promoters and academics.
The mission of Willow Books is to develop, publish and promote writers typically underrepresented in the literary field. An independent press with a woman of color at its helm, Aquarius Press/Willow Books is recognized as an industry leader for its commitment to artistic development.
Ara Pacis publishes contemporary poetry, short fiction collections, novels, anthologies, memoirs, reprints of forgotten modern classics, essays and criticism, travel chronicles and guide books, as well as writing on social and cultural issues from a philosophic perspective.
Arsenal Pulp Press is a book publisher in Vancouver, Canada with over 200 titles currently in print, which include literary fiction and nonfiction; cultural and gender studies; gay, lesbian, and multicultural literature; cookbooks; and guidebooks.
Aunt Lute Books is a nonprofit multicultural women's press based in San Francisco. For over thirty years, we have been publishing literature by women whose voices have been traditionally underrepresented in mainstream and small press publishing.
Awst Press is an independent literary publisher in Austin, TX featuring impressive work from diverse voices.
We publish authors whose work fits our aesthetic and fulfills our vision of inclusivity and community. We endeavor to support authors through each project and beyond by increasing their respective audiences, playing an active role in the editorial and publishing process, promoting their activities well past their publication with Awst via the website and social media, and seeking ways to compensate them for their efforts by offering royalties and identifying grants for which they might be eligible.
We are an independent, nonprofit press based in Nebraska. We have published numerous award-winning titles, including the anthology "Times of Sorrow, Times of Grace" (2003), which received two Nebraska book awards, and Nebraska Presence: An Anthology of Poetry, which won a Nebraska Book Award for a poetry anthology. Several poets published by the press have had poems from their books read by Garrison Keillor on The Writer's Almanac. In 2011, The Backwaters Press won the Nebraska Center for the Book's Jane Geske Award, for its exceptional contribution to the Nebraska literary community.
Bamboo Ridge Press is the oldest and longest-running independent literary press in the state and one of the oldest continuously publishing small presses in the nation. Bamboo Ridge was founded in 1978 to foster the appreciation, understanding, and creation of literary, visual, or performing arts by, for, or about the people of Hawai'i. It is a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization funded by book sales and individual donors and supplemented in part by government and private foundation grants.
Bancroft Press is an Independent Publisher with over 20 years in print. We publish what we love.
Virtually every genre is represented by one of our fine authors; this is owed to their individual ability to tell a good story. From classic literature to political memoirs, from illustrated picture books to gripping suspense thrillers - the key is in the quality.
Bayeux Arts produces artistic books that build bridges across cultures. Our imprints include Rosencrantz Comics, featuring graphic novels, and Odd Little Books, which brings together visual artists, dramatists, poets, puppeteers, playwrights and musicians.
BenBella is a fast-growing, marketing-focused publishing house whose success is based on a few simple principles. We select our titles with care. We provide authors with first-class service and genuine partnership. And we provide aggressive, creative marketing for each title we publish.
A division of Baker Publishing Group, Bethany House has been publishing high quality books for 50 years. Recognized as the pioneer and leader in Christian fiction, Bethany House publishes nearly 120 titles annually in subjects including historical and contemporary fiction, Christian living, family, health, devotional, children's, classics, and theology. Bethany House titles are often found on the Christian bestseller lists.
Big Sky Publishing is an Australian owned, independent publisher specialising in producing the highest quality non-fiction books and corporate products. We are passionate about what we do and work closely with our authors and clients to produce books and products of exceptional quality and design. Our specialisation includes the following areas:
History, Military History, Self-help, Autobiography, Business, Careers, Environment, How to/Practical Guides, Health, Humour, Lifestyle, Indigenous Studies, Women's and Men's Interest, Corporate Publications .
During its first four years, BkMk Press published only chapbooks. In 1975, BkMk Press published its first full-length poetry collection, Kansas City Outloud, an anthology of Kansas City-area writers with an introduction by John Ciardi. Since then, the press has concentrated on full-length collections of poetry, short fiction, and creative essays. Today, the press publishes four to six titles a year and has over 80 titles in print. The press has published writers from all over the United States and abroad, but it has also published many writers from Kansas City and the Midwest.
Since 1999 Black and White Publishing has produced a wide range of titles with over 300 now in print, including 30 in the award-winning Itchy Coo imprint of children’s books in the Scots language, the B&W classics list and the Broons and Oor Wullie books. We publish an extensive range of titles including general non-fiction, biography, sport, cookery and humour, fiction, YA (Ink Road imprint) and children’s books.
We publish Afrikan stories, by Afrikan writers, in paperback and ebook formats. We encourage new forms of creative writing in English and indigenous languages.
We aim to publish new Afrikan voices. Afrikan voices that challenge literary forms and challenge expectations of content. We're looking for Afrikan voices that have something important to say. We welcome provocative realist texts and are open to cross-genre fiction that complicates our expectations of what literature should and should not do.
Blue Crow Publishing is a small, traditional, independent press located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. We publish high-quality print and ebook fiction and nonfiction. Our imprints include Blue Crow Books (adult fiction), Goldenjay Books (young adult books), and Snowraven Books (adult nonfiction).
BookThug seeks to publish innovative books of poetry, prose and creative criticism that extend the tradition of experimental literature. All manuscripts are evaluated for their artistic merit and their ability to continue the conversation about experimental literature. In other words, every manuscript must display an awareness of the intellectual and artistic tradition which preceded it, while then stretching the concepts further, responding to today's philosophical, scientific, political, and aesthetic environment.
Book publishers specializing in Canadian literature, poetry, fiction, non-fiction, native, aboriginal and critical texts. Borealis Book was founded in 1972 to encourage and publish new Canadian writers who demonstrate talent and potential for significant growth.
Bottlecap Press is a millennial publishing outfit dedicated to authors' rights and fair pay with the primary goal of emphasizing the alarmingly, frustratingly, artistically human. We are publishers of poetry and fiction, chapbooks and full lengths, and all of our books are lovingly handcrafted on demand.
Bottlecap Press is always looking for fresh new material, and is actively seeking manuscript submissions for chapbooks and full length works, videos for our YouTube channel, and poetry and fiction submissions for our blog.
Breakwater Books Ltd. was founded in 1973. Initially, its sole purpose was to publish materials that preserved the unique culture of Newfoundland and Labrador and the Maritime provinces. In recent years, Breakwater has successfully begun publishing cutting edge literature in all genres, including children's books, literary and commercial fiction, educational curricula, non-fiction, and poetry, while at the same time continuing to support its culturally significant backlist titles.
Bridge Works Publishing is a small press dedicated to mainstream quality fiction and nonfiction. Since its founding in 1992 by Barbara and Warren Phillips, it has become known for discovering and launching the careers of talented new authors.
Located east of the centre of Canada and left of the mainstream, we specialize in highly contemporary writing by poets, writers, translators and artists who take risks and take the responsibility for doing something different.
Brow Books publishes across a variety of genres, styles and formats. Like everything we do, our book publishing has a keen focus on working with authors from the margins: people who live and write from demographic margins, and/or writers whose work sits in the literary margins.
We promise to publish the kinds of books that no one else is publishing, from authors that no one else is publishing, about subject matter that isn't generally covered, with voices that are too often ignored.
Burrow Press is a nonprofit, independent publisher based in Orlando, FL committed to publishing the best contemporary literature by new and established authors, as well as fostering literary community in Orlando and Florida.
We’re committed to bringing the best of contemporary writing to a discerning readership. The Bywater Books imprint features lesbian- and feminist-themed fiction and narrative non-fiction, while Amble Press primarily publishes fiction and narrative non-fiction with an emphasis on writers who identify as people of color, and those writing across the broader queer spectrum.
Caitlin Press publishes culturally significant books, including fiction, non-fiction (both historical and creative), and poetry. Occasionally we will produce a children's or young adult title. In addition to its regional mandate Caitlin Press will honour its original roots by actively seeking, promoting and publishing work by and about BC women.
Since 1973 we’ve worked to unearth and amplify the most vital, exciting voices we can find, wherever they come from, and we’ve published all kinds of books – thoughtful, upsetting, gripping, beatific, vulgar, chaste, unrepentant, life-changing
Carolina Wren Press is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to publish quality fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and children's literature, especially by writers historically neglected by mainstream publishing.
Cedar Creek Publishing is a Virginia publisher of books by exceptional Virginia authors. Cedar Creek currently publishes anthologies, art, children's books, general fiction, poetry and regional history titles.
Celtic Cat Publishing is an award-winning independent publisher founded in 1995. The publishing philosophy of Celtic Cat Publishing is to support new and established literary talent through original publications.
Charco Press focuses on finding outstanding contemporary Latin American literature and bringing it to new readers in the English-speaking world. We aim to act as a cultural and linguistic bridge for you to be able to access a brand new world of fiction that has, until now, been missing from your reading list.
Claret Press is an indie boutique publishing house offering close collaboration with our staff and old-fashioned values of quality writing. Claret Press selects on the basis of quality and readability in the belief that those criteria create modern classics. We are fond of quirky, tilt to YA cross-over, and are flexible about genre.
Coffee House Press is an award-winning, nonprofit literary publisher in Minneapolis. We produce books that present the dreams and ambitions of people who have been underrepresented in published literature, books that shape our national consciousness while strengthening a larger sense of community.
Comma's Mission is to put the short story at the heart of contemporary narrative culture. Through innovative commissions, collaborations and digital initiatives, we will explore the power of the short story to transcend cultural and disciplinary boundaries, and to enable greater understanding across these boundaries.
Cornerstone Book Publishers is active in both the publishing of Masonic classic reprints as well as the publishing of new Masonic titles and a variety of other subjects including regional histories, bushcraft and general fiction and literature
We are an author-driven publishing house that devotes all energy to the fresh, cutting-edge, and literary voices of our authors. Counterpoint publishes fiction, literature, and poetry in addition to nonfiction, including history, memoir, biography, and nature.
Cubanabooks is a small independent press devoted to bringing first-class literature from Cuban women to a United States audience as well as to a global English and Spanish-speaking public. Publishing select literary gems in English or in bilingual English/Spanish volumes, Cubanabooks aims to correct the current U.S. unavailability of excellent literature from Cubans living in Cuba. While not excluding any Cuban women writer, we prioritize the dissemination of works by living female writers who reside on the island.
David R. Godine, Inc., is a small publishing house located in Boston, Massachusetts, producing between twenty and thirty titles per year and maintaining an active reprint program. The company is independent (a rarity these days) and its list tends to reflect the individual tastes and interests of its president and founder, David Godine.
Dead Ink is a small, ambitious and experimental literary publisher based in Liverpool. Our books have three times made the shortlist for The Saboteur Awards, the longlists for both The Guardian's First Book Award and Not the Booker Prize, and the longlist for the Edge Hill Short Story Award.
Deux Voiliers Publishing is a micropress devoted to discovering new Canadian writers. We specialize in first-time novelists and operate on a cooperative basis where writers share their talents by volunteering time to copy-edit, proofread and review other DVP authors' work. We are also actively looking for volunteer associates who like to copy-edit, write book reviews, blog, do cover design, create booktrailers and promote Canadian literature through social media marketing. If you are interested in participating, just send us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more on DVP, see our website.
Divertir Publishing is an independent publisher located in Salem, NH. Our goal is to provide interesting and entertaining books to the world, as well as to offer new and exciting voices to the writing community. We seek to combine the knowledge of the established publishing houses with a unique understanding of the desires of the modern market.
Echoic Mobile Press is an interactive digital media publishing and technology company. We specialize in publishing ebooks and comics for our interactive mobile app and releasing stories with enhanced features on other digital platforms.
ECW Press has published close to 1,000 books that are distributed throughout the English-speaking world and translated into dozens of languages. In the next year we'll release 50 new titles and will continue to support and promote a vibrant backlist that includes poetry and fiction, pop-culture and political analysis, sports books, biography, and travel guides.
Ekstasis Editions is a Canadian literary publisher, with emphasis on poetry, fiction and criticism. Originally, Ekstasis published almost exclusively poetry, but it has diversified and branched out into related forms such as literary fiction, metaphysics, theatre and most recently Children's and Young Adult books under the Cherubim Books imprint.
Eschia Books is an Indigenous-owned publishing house with a mandate to publish books that spark interest in Indigenous cultures and engage more young readers, encouraging understanding through genuine, insightful writing.
Housed at Wilkes University and partnering with Youngstown State University, Etruscan is a non-profit literary press working to produce and promote books that nurture the dialogue among genres, cultures, and voices.
Etruscan publishes books of poems, novels, short stories, creative non-fiction, criticism, translation, and anthologies.
Independent publishing house with imprints covering literary fiction, memoirs, non-fiction, speculative fiction, children's and YA. Eunoia means 'beautiful thinking' and is synonymous with quality publishing.
With offices in New York and London, Europa Editions is an independent publisher of quality fiction. The idea behind the creation of Europa Editions was to bring fresh international voices to the American and British markets and to provide quality editions that had a distinct look and consistently high level of editorial standards. Europa Editions publishes about thirty-five titles a year. In its first ten years, the company has published books by authors from twenty-six different countries, making it one of the leading US publishers of international fiction.
Founded in 1929 by Geoffrey Faber, Faber and Faber remains one of the UK's leading independent publishing houses. Faber publishes fiction, non-fiction, and children's books alongside its garlanded lists of poetry, drama, music and film.
Farrar, Straus and Giroux (FSG) is an American book publishing company, founded in 1946 by Roger W. Straus, Jr. and John C. Farrar. The firm is renowned for its international list of literary fiction, nonfiction, poetry and children's books.
Fernwood Publishing and our literary imprint, Roseway, publish critical books that inform, enlighten and challenge. We are political publishers in that our books acknowledge, confront and contest intersecting forms of oppression and exploitation. We believe that in publishing books that challenge the status quo and imagine new ways forward we participate in the creation of a more socially just world.
Flanker Press is a bright spark in the Newfoundland and Labrador publishing scene. As the province's most active publisher of trade books, the company now averages twenty new titles per year, with a heavy emphasis on regional non-fiction and historical fiction.
Floating Word Press, LLC, is an independent publishing company founded in 2006 by talented and committed individuals. We share a dedication to high standards and a willingness to embrace contemporary topics. Our goal is to publish quality genre fiction and non-fiction that "floats on the edge". We are located in Portland, Oregon.
Our small press nurtures essential verse from, about, and through the borderlands. The voices of those from Latin America, the U.S.A. and all over the world. We are literary, lyrical, and boundless, and we welcome allies that understand and join in the voice of people of color and our struggle, truth, and hope. We publish novice, emerging, and established writers of poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and children´s books.
Flying Pen Press publishes fiction and nonfiction in a wide variety of genres and topics, primarily in trade paperback and ebook formats (currently, Flying Pen Press does not publish any of the following: poetry, erotica, children's, young adult, Christian, New Age, art books, or textbooks).
Forest Avenue Press, winner of an Oregon Literary Fellowship, publishes page-turning literary fiction. Its titles are infused with a fresh, complex, sometimes nutty, and often-wondrous approach to storytelling. Distributed by Legato Publishers Group.
Founded in 1982, Frederic C. Beil Publisher is an independent publishing company in Savannah, Georgia. Beil publishes general trade books in the fields of history, biography, and fiction. While under way, the company has remained on course by publishing authors of meaningful works and by adhering to high standards in bookmaking craftsmanship.
Freehand Books was established in 2007 as the literary imprint of the academic publisher Broadview Press with a very simple mandate: to publish excellent Canadian literature. Our list is an aesthetically diverse, award-winning collection of fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction by both established authors and exciting new voices. We pride ourselves on our careful attention to detail throughout the editorial process, the high production quality and innovative design of our titles, and our creativity in the marketing and promotion of each book.
Golden Foothills Press was founded in Pasadena, CA in May 2014 by national award-winning author, Thelma T. Reyna. Its focus is on quality poetry, fiction, and nonfiction by traditionally underrepresented ethnic-minority authors and by community-oriented poets. It has published seven books, including three well-received poetry anthologies that feature over 100 Southern California poets collectively. Our books have earned a total of 14 national book honors. Three new books are slated for publication this year and early next. Dr. Reyna, an American Latina, is one of a relatively few indie literary book presses owned and operated by a minority woman in the United States.
The goal of Grand Canyon Press is to publish and promote the work of contemporary writers living in the West and to showcase and republish works of classic literature about the West.
Grand Canyon Press publishes six to twelve books a year. The editors' goal is to find talented writers and then help refine, support, publish and promote quality books to a new generation of readers.
Great Plains Publications Ltd. is an independent publisher in Winnipeg committed to bringing you the very best books from the Prairies, a region we believe has an abundance of quality writers. We also publish fiction from authors across the country in our imprints, Enfield & Wizenty and Great Plains Teen Fiction.
Harvard Square Editions (HSE) is a publishing house run by Harvard alumni that grew out of the Harvard Alumni Association group, Harvard Writers and Publishers. HSE is looking for literary fiction with a social or environmental message. Its mission is to publish fiction that transcends national boundaries, especially manuscripts that are international, political, literary, sci-fi, fantasy, utopia and distopia. We appreciate aesthetic value and constructive social or political content, especially manuscripts related to climate change, deforestation, and conservation.
Harvard alum Editor in Chief David Landau heads up the Editorial Board, which oversees the process of selecting manuscripts for publication with the help of feminist playwright Susan Rubin and other board members.
At Haus we publish biography, history, politics, current affairs, memoir, art, photography and fiction. We publish travel writing under the Armchair Traveller imprint. We do not publish autobiography, poetry, fiction for children or fiction for young adults.
Head of Zeus opened for business on 3 January 2012 and we published our first books in July 2012. Our list is a mix of general and literary fiction, genre fiction and non fiction.
We are also the UK and Commonwealth distributors for MysteriousPress.com, one of the world's largest digital crime fiction lists.
Experienced any good books lately? Hipso Media is a digital-first publisher of multi-sensory eBooks. We distribute our eBooks for any tablet, device, eReader or phone, so our readers can experience them any time, any place, any where.
History Through Fiction publishes historical novels that utilize elements of fiction and nonfiction in order to tell compelling and educational stories. We are looking for stories about real people and real events. Though fictionalized, our books include nonfiction elements such as footnotes, endnotes, and/or a bibliography.
Hodder & Stoughton is a major publisher within Hachette UK, one of the UK'™s biggest publishing groups. We publish a wide range of fiction and non-fiction titles and are renowned for passion, quality and delivering bestselling commercial books in many different formats.
Holy Cow! Press was founded in 1977 by editor/publisher Jim Perlman in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Our first publication was a chapbook of poems by Thomas McGrath to his son entitled LETTERS TO TOMASITO. In the ensuing 25 years, we have published over 70 titles and have moved the press operations to Iowa and Wisconsin, before returning to Minnesota (Duluth) in 1988. Our primary goal has been to publish the very best collections of Midwest writings we can find and develop an audience for those books regionally and nationally. We have published books of poetry, short fiction, memoirs, novels, plays, children's and young adult titles, biographies and anthologies centered around important themes.
House of Anansi Press is a literary publisher with a mandate to publish the highest quality Canadian poetry, fiction, and nonfiction. Anansi was founded in 1967 and quickly gained attention for uncovering startling new talent. Anansi also broke ground by publishing now well-known French-Canadian authors, and continues to publish acclaimed works by new writers.
HUIA is an award-winning independent New Zealand book publisher producing wonderful and provocative books with a uniquely New Zealand or Pacific perspective.
Our books are internationally sought after by those interested in Maori history and Maori people, the indigenous people of New Zealand. Our books also give an insight into the lives of Pacific Islanders living in New Zealand and the Pacific, through stories written by Pacific Island authors.
Our non-fiction is of interest to academics, students, policymakers and critical thinkers while our fiction appeals to anyone interested in reading a good book. Our gift books make excellent presents for those wanting an indigenous touch.
Based in Las Vegas, Nevada, Imbrifex Books is the publishing offspring of RoadTripAmerica.com, online since 1996. Imbrifex Books publishes award-winning print, e-, and audiobooks. Our fiction, memoir, and travel titles are available online, in bookstores everywhere, and in a variety of retail outlets. Whether you seek metaphorical odyssey or adventure in real life, our mission is to provide you with books for the journey.
Founded in 2020, Indignor House provides a home for established and new authors to work as a team to create concept art through words and communicate ideas via entertainment, learning and technical advancement. We aspire to connect with readers of all avenues of work and play.
Invisible Publishing is a not-for-profit publisher that produces contemporary Canadian fiction, creative non-fiction and poetry. Our titles are well-written, beautifully designed, and affordable, and even though we're small in scale, we take our work, and our mission, seriously: We believe that books are meant to be enjoyed by everyone. At Invisible, publishers and authors recognize a commitment to one another, and to the development of communities that can sustain and encourage storytellers.
Iris Press was founded in 1975 by Patricia Wilcox in Binghamton, New York, as a small publishing company emphasizing literary quality and innovation. An important goal of Iris was, and still is, to give talented but under appreciated writers an audience and to help them reach their potential.
We are a feminist press committed to publishing socially engaged literature with an emphasis on the voices of people of color, people with disabilities, and other historically silenced and culturally marginalized voices.
Jellyfish Highway is postindustrial bioluminescence, we're abyssal gigantism. We are a press for work that floats and undulates and lingers and stings, literature that shines from the deepest blue.
We want full-length books of fiction (novels, collections), poetry, or nonfiction. We are particular interested in novels at the moment, but also want to see work from diverse voices in poetry and short prose.
Jitney Books is a micropublishing company focused on producing titles by local authors writing local stories. We aim to fill a void by serving emerging and mid-career writers who are unable to connect with the corporate publishing world.
John Murray is a British publisher, known for the authors it has published in its history, including Jane Austen, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Lord Byron, Charles Lyell, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Herman Melville, Edward Whymper, Thomas Malthus, David Ricardo, and Charles Darwin. It was acquired by Hachette (Lagardere) in 2004. The company publishes literary fiction, narrative non-fiction, science, history, biography, memoir, travel and nature writing that is entertaining, absorbing, surprising and prize-winning.
Kaya Press is a group of dedicated writers, artists, readers, and lovers of books working together to publish the most challenging, thoughtful, and provocative literature being produced throughout the Asian and Pacific Island diasporas.
We strive to foster the creative cultural expression of Indigenous Peoples through the publication of beautifully crafted books which involve Indigenous Peoples in all levels of production and by supporting activities which promote Indigenous literary development and the development of Indigenous publishing.
LARB Books is the publishing wing of the Los Angeles Review of Books, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting and disseminating rigorous, incisive, and engaging writing on every aspect of literature, culture, and the arts. The addition of this publishing project extends LARB's mission of bringing the best that is thought and written to readers around the world.
We publish three series: Classics, revivals of exemplary Southern California literature; Provocations, philosophical approaches to the contemporary intellectual condition; and True Stories, the first of its kind, a series of novella-length creative nonfiction. We also house two imprints, Les Figues Press and Outcaste Press.
Leapfrog Press was created to search out, publish, and aggressively market books that tell a strong story. Leapfrog began its life in Wellfleet, Mass., at the outer end of Cape Cod, in 1993. In 2008 we migrated to Falmouth, Mass., and in 2012 we made the move to Fredonia, N.Y., a town with a rich creative history and an equally rich present in the arts and science. Our list is eclectic and includes quality fiction, poetry, and nonfiction; books that are described by the large commercial publishers as midlist, and which we regard as the heart and soul of literature.
The Lettered Streets Press aims to publish work we love & want to see in the world. We aim to work with writers who view publishing as a community. We aim to connect with readers who are moved & upended by words. We are a collective of sorts. We publish poetry & prose & what leans toward poetry & prose. We like blurring. We like projects. We support emerging voices.
We periodically have an open reading period for new submissions. We also solicit submissions from writers we admire. We especially want to hear from writers of color, LGBTQ+ writers, women, and genderqueer writers.
Little Island Press is an independent publisher of fiction, poetry and essays. Founded in 2016, it publishes innovative, intellectually ambitious writing in elegant editions designed by the award-winning design studio typographic research unit.
Formerly known as TSAR Publications, Mawenzi House is dedicated to bringing to the reading public fresh new writing from Canada and across the world that reflects the diversity of our rapidly globalizing world, particularly in Canada and the United States. Our focus is on works that can loosely be termed "multicultural" and particularly those that pertain to Asia and Africa. We publish 6-8 titles of fiction, poetry, and nonfiction (literary criticism, history) per year.
Independent publisher for over 30 years. McBooks features historical fiction-including naval and military fiction series, books on boxing, food and health, and NY's Finger Lakes Region. Nearly all of our titles are available as e-books.
Founded in 1974, McPherson & Company is an independent literary and arts publishing house. Here you'll find literary nonfiction and fiction (contemporary American and British fiction; translated Italian, French, and Spanish fiction), books in the arts and general culture, and a rediscovery series, Recovered Classics.
Melville House is an independent publisher located in Brooklyn, New York. Melville House is well-known for its fiction, with two Nobel Prize winners on its list. The company also takes pride in its discovery of many first-time writers who have gone on to success.
Mid-List Press publishes fiction, nonfiction, and poetry books of high literary merit and fresh artistic vision by new and emerging writers and by writers ignored, marginalized, or excluded from publication by commercial publishers. Mid-List Press seeks to increase access to publication for new writers, nurture the growth of emerging writers, and increase the diversity of books, authors, and readers. Mid-List Press is a 501(c)(3), not-for-profit literary organization.
MidnightSun Publishing produces beautiful, enjoyable and sometimes challenging books. Anna Solding's The Hum of Concrete was released in March 2012 and Pangamonium by Zanesh Catkin in July 2012. Both have been very well received critically.
An award-winning, nonprofit literary publisher of high-quality books that places an emphasis on cultural diversity, environmental stewardship, exceptionally crafted poetry, and insightful literature for adults and children in the middle grades
Welcome to Monday Creek Publishing! Located in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, we produce quality hardcovers, paperbacks, eBooks, and audiobooks. Visit us and peruse our books by award-winning authors.
Mozark Press is a small publishing company in central Missouri dedicated to producing quality paperback books. We will publish short story collections, inspirational works, anthologies, general fiction and non-fiction.
New Door Books was founded in 2009 to publish fiction that might be overlooked by commercial publishers. Its parent company, P.M. Gordon Associates, has been producing books for others since 1982. Now, with New Door, we are using our skills for books we truly like.
New Horizon Press publishes twelve to fourteen books a year, while developing three primary lines of titles: hardcover, tradepaper and children's books. The company focuses on true crime, battles for justice, current events with a journalistic stance as well as, psychological and social problems, women's and men's issues, and parenting advice written by experts with credentials in their fields.
The New Press focuses on number of key program areas, including: contemporary social issues, with an emphasis on race relations, women's issues, immigration, human rights, labor and popular economics, and the media; education reform and alternative teaching materials; cultural criticism; art and art education; international literature; and law and legal studies. Across these disciplines, The Press has also taken a leading role in publishing a wide range of new work in African American, Asian American, Latino, gay and lesbian, and Native American studies, as well as work by and about other minority groups.
New Star Books publishes six to ten new titles per year in the areas of social issues and politics; literary prose, both fiction and non-fiction, and poetry; and culture and history of British Columbia and the West.
New World is a small, eclectic company founded in 1995 to produce books that make a difference in peoples lives. The subjects of our titles are intended to help people with their lives (health, wellness, safety and self-esteem) and/or include historical, artistic and cultural themes related to the Atlantic region.
Nightwood Editions publishes and promotes the most varied and dynamic new literature in Canada. We collaborate with our authors to maintain and value the distinctive authenticity of individual works editorially, aesthetically and commercially. Nightwood Editions also strives to be an inviting, diverse and vital community of writers and readers.
Nimbus produces more than thirty new titles a year on a range of subjects relevant to the Atlantic Provinces-children's picture books and fiction, literary non-fiction, social and cultural history, nature photography, current events, biography, sports, and cultural issues.
Odyssey Books is committed to publishing engaging and beautifully written books. Books that stretch the imagination, challenge pre-existing attitudes and beliefs, or take readers to far-flung climes. Books are always a journey. And as our name suggests, we invest in epic journeys, adventurous voyages and intellectual or spiritual quests. Readers are sure to find a book within our range of titles to challenge, inspire and entertain.
Old Harbour Press is a small independent publisher located in Greenville, North Carolina. We are especially interested in literary writing with a focus on travel or cross-cultural experience, fiction or non-fiction.
Ooligan is a not-for-profit general trade press that publishes books honoring the cultural and natural diversity of the Pacific Northwest.
Ooligan Press is a student-run teaching press affiliated with Portland State University (PSU) and its College of Liberal Arts & Sciences. Founded in 2001 by publisher and writer Dennis Stovall, Ooligan Press houses one of PSU's two master's programs in writing.
At Opal Creek Press, we pride ourselves in producing the highest quality books possible. From project selection and editorial, clear through to design and printing, we take special care to deliver the very best. Our books cover a wide range of styles and interests, but all of them fulfill our promise to deliver a quality product.
Open Books is a fully integrated publisher of fiction and nonfiction books. Genres include literary fiction, contemporary fiction, mystery, thriller, and other genres; topical nonfiction, memoir, politics, current events and issues.
We publish novels, short stories, poetry, and essays from America and around the world that represent literature at its best. Our nonfiction books - should they be history, current events, popular culture or memoir -explore how psychic, cultural, historical, and literary shifts inform our vision of the world and of each other.
Our mission is to support new voices and provide quality English editions of international literature. Our goal is to discover books that stimulate the imagination and publish them with passion. We pride ourselves on our detailed attention to every stage of the process, from editorial review and design, to marketing and publicity.
Part of the Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, Pantheon publishes world-class literature. Pantheon's authors include Julia Glass, James Gleick, Ha Jin, Anne Morrow Lindbergh, Alexander McCall Smith, Marjane Satrapi, Art Spiegelman, and Studs Terkel.
Paris Press is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit educational organization that publishes groundbreaking yet overlooked literature by women. The Press values work in all genres that is daring in style and in its courage to speak truthfully about society, culture, history, and the human heart.
At Paul Dry Books, our aim is to publish lively books "to awaken, delight, and educate"â€”and to spark conversation. We publish fiction, both novels and short stories, and nonfictionâ€”biography, memoirs, history, and essays, covering subjects from Homer to Chekhov, bird watching to jazz music, New York City to shogunate Japan.
Peace in the Storm Publishing is a broad-based publisher whose strength lies in publishing quality books to reach the reader's soul. Our mission is to publish entertaining and enjoyable works by gifted storytellers in all genres, including, contemporary fiction, mystery, romance, self help, general interest fiction, street-lit, erotica, non-fiction and Christian fiction.
Pelekinesis is a small book publishing company focusing on the development of independent authors and artists by creatively embracing the evolving publishing paradigm and utilizing modern distribution platforms.
Upcoming titles include fantasy and folk tales, contemporary fiction, humor, poetry, and an annual collection featuring highlights from MungBeing Magazine.
Pemmican Publications is a book publisher with a mandate to promote Metis authors, illustrators and stories. It is a not-for-profit company that operates as an arm's-length affiliate of the Manitoba Metis Federation. Pemmican publishes on average five to six new titles per year, with titles ranging from cultural studies and autobiographies to illustrated titles for children. In all, we have published close to 150 books.
Penguin Group publishes under a wide range of prominent imprints and trademarks, among them Viking, G. P. Putnam's Sons, The Penguin Press, Riverhead Books, Dutton, Penguin Books, Berkley Books, Gotham Books, Portfolio, New American Library, Plume, Tarcher, Philomel, Grosset & Dunlap, Puffin, and Frederick Warne.
Founded in 1978 by Martin and Judith Shepard, The Permanent Press committed itself to publishing works of social and literary merit and has, over the years, gained a reputation as one of the finest independent presses in America.
Founded in 1975 by Karen Braziller and Michael Braziller, Persea Books is an independent literary publisher of fiction and nonfiction, contemporary American poetry, poetry in translation, books for young adults, literary anthologies for the classroom, and rediscovered classics.
Peter Owen is an independent British publisher founded in 1951 continuing the tradition of producing new and interesting writing.
Peter Owen sadly died in May 2016, but his legacy lives on in the publishing house that carries his name and his commitment to publishing talented and exciting writers.
Since its launch in 1995, Picador has rapidly established itself as one of the leading trade imprints for literary fiction and nonfiction in the country. In addition to publishing original titles in hardcover, paperback original, and eBook, Picador is the literary trade paperback imprint for Macmillan, publishing paperbacks from Farrar Straus & Giroux, Henry Holt & Co., and St. Martin's Press. Picador authors of fiction and nonfiction include Pulitzer Prize winners Michael Chabon, Michael Cunningham, Jeffrey Eugenides, Thomas L. Friedman, Tony Horwitz, and Marilynne Robinson; National Book Award winners Jonathan Franzen, Shirley Hazzard, Denis Johnson, Richard Powers, and Susan Sontag; and Nobel Prize winners Nadine Gordimer, Herta Meller, Mario Vargas Llosa, and Patrick White. Picador's successful international mystery series include books by Benjamin Black, Jason Goodwin, Arnaldur Indridason, Lars Kepler, and Jacqueline Winspear. Our bestselling authors include Paul Auster, Augusten Burroughs, Anita Diamant, Barbara Ehrenreich, Atul Gawande, Naomi Klein, Hilary Mantel, Per Petterson, Richard Price, Edmund de Waal, and Tom Wolfe.
Pisgah Press has been an active publisher since 2011, established to publish and promote works of quality offering original ideas and insight into the human condition, the realm of knowledge, and the world around us. Authors include poet Donna Lisle Burton, memoirist Robin Russell Gaiser, philosopher Chris Highland, editor A.D. Reed, fiction-writer Sarah-Ann Smith, and mystery writer RF Wilson.
Plan B Press is a small independent publishing company that produces high-quality, limited-run poetry chapbooks. They have also have also created two short fiction collections and four full-length books. In 2005 Plan B Press developed "Stay At Home Press" a division specializing in art books.
In addition to being a regional (NJ) publisher, Plexus also publishes titles in the field of biology and ecology. Our book list extends from technical-scientific works to histories, folklore, and novels.
Polar Bear & Company has been publishing high-quality works of cultural significance since 1998, with over 60 titles, with worldwide distribution.
We produce books that make a difference to our cultural heritage, creative economy and democracy. We strive to enhance the quality of life through literature and art.
We hope to give well-intentioned, creative people avenues for their words, wisdom, wit and other talents so they can reach individuals to create stronger communities.
The Porcupine's Quill is an artisanal publisher that values the art and craft of the book, both in content and in form. Our mandate is to preserve the culture of the printed word by using our expertise in the art of 20th-century offset printing technology to create quality books that look and feel like 19th-century letterpress products. We also specialize in Canadian art and design, book history, memoirs and selectively acquired collections of poetry and fiction from edgy new authors as well as pillars of the canon.
Porkbelly Press is an independent chapbook press based in Cincinnati, Ohio (where pigs fly).
We print in limited & open editions and handbind everything we make. We consider works ranging from literary to genre work, with a preference for speculative fiction and fabulism. Fairy tales make our little gold hearts go pitty-pat. Hey, our logo is a flying pig!
Portage & Main Press publishes a wide range of innovative and practical K-12 educational materials. We build dynamic learning communities by bringing together authors, educators, and students. The HighWater imprint publishes books that contribute to the understanding of the Canadian experience in all its diversity, including high-quality fiction and nonfiction for readers of all ages. Our current catalog includes a rich mix of Aboriginal literature, including novels, graphic novels, memoirs, and children's books.
Founded in 2010 by former independent booksellers, Rare Bird is a Los Angeles-based independent publisher of fifty books a year, specializing in fiction, nonfiction, memoir, entertainment, humor, politics, and current events. Rare Bird authors and books have won the PEN Center USA Fiction Award, the Pulitzer Prize, the 800-CEO-READ's Best Marketing Book of the Year Award, and have been reviewed in The New York Times, Vanity Fair, The Guardian, and the Los Angeles Times, among many others.
Ravenswood is an independent book publisher specializing in engaging popular fiction and carefully selected non-fiction. We are a small team of dedicated literary professionals and we care passionately about every book that we produce whether it's a brilliant debut novel by a new talent or a promising bestseller by a firmly established author
Recent Work Press is a small press imprint based in the ACT, Australia. We publish poetry, short fiction and non fiction, and other short-form textual experiments. We aim to make all our work available in small, attractive, paperback editions priced to make good work accessible.
Red Deer Press publishes upscale children's picture books, including illustrated children's Aboriginal titles, contemporary juvenile and young-adult fiction, adult fiction and non-fiction.
We produce creative and contemporary books by enlisting a balance of established and emerging authors and illustrators guided by a production team of expert editors, designers and production personnel. We enlist publishing talent from across Canada, publish to the national and international markets, and continually strive to creatively promote and market our books.
Red Hen Press is an independent, non-profit press that publishes about twenty books of fiction, non-fiction, and poetry every year. We're looking for novels, memoir, creative nonfiction, hybrid works, and story, essay, and poetry collections of exceptional literary merit that demonstrate a high level of mastery.
Riptide Publishing is a boutique purveyor of some of the finest LGBTQ fiction, romance, and erotica available today. Riptide Publishing seeks to fill a critical gap in the LGBTQ market: quality books, pristinely packaged, that will satisfy readers' desires for rich, plotty, well-edited stories for which the author is fairly paid.
Founded in 2011, the RoadRunner Press is an award-winning small publishing house based in Oklahoma and dedicated to publishing new and established voices. We are known for our juvenile fiction and nonfiction, including books for reluctant readers. We also publish select adult fiction and nonfiction titles, and Native American titles for both young and old.
Rymour Books is a small but fast growing publisher of, primarily, titles of Scottish interest. Our books have received excellent reviews, been nominated for awards, and in the short time since Rymour’s formation we have established a growing reputation, attracting grants from, for example, The Doric Board, and working in partnership with the Scottish Poetry Library, The Royal Scottish Geographical Society and others.
Rymour Books are committed to supporting new writers and first-time authors and, in this category, we have published works by Spike Munro, Kirsti Wishart and Calum Smith which have been enthusiastically received.
Scribe has been operating as a wholly independent trade-publishing house for almost 40 years. What started off in 1976 as a desire on publisher Henry Rosenbloom's part to publish 'serious non-fiction' as a one-man band has turned into a multi-award-winning company with 20 staff members in two locations - Melbourne, Australia and London, England - and a scout in New York.
Scribe publishes over 65 non-fiction and fiction titles annually in Australia and about 40 in the United Kingdom.
Sea Crow Press is committed to amplifying voices that might otherwise go unheard. In a rapidly changing world, we believe the small press plays an essential part in contemporary arts as a community forum, a cultural reservoir, and an agent of change. We are international with a focus on our New England roots.
We publish creative nonfiction, fiction, and poetry. Our books celebrate our connection to each other and to the natural world with a focus on positive change and great storytelling.
We follow a traditional publishing model to create carefully selected and edited books. In turbulent times, we focus on sharing works of beauty that chart a positive course for the future. We welcome emerging writers, experienced authors, and all readers.
With offices in London and Calcutta, Seagull Books has dedicated itself to quality arts and culture publishing. From documentation of cultural history in the making, to building a climate of critique, its focus is firmly on the alternative and the experimental, and on the socially committed.
Best known for its introduction of French theory to American readers, Semiotext(e) has been one of America's most influential independent presses since its inception more than three decades ago. Publishing works of theory, fiction, madness, economics, satire, sexuality, science fiction, activism and confession, Semiotext(e')s highly curated list has famously melded high and low forms of cultural expression into a nuanced and polemical vision of the present.
Siglio is an independent press dedicated to publishing uncommon books and editions that live at the intersection of art & literature: inimitable, visionary works by renowned as well as little known artists and writers that defy categories and thoroughly engage a reader's intellect and imagination.
Sourcebooks publishes titles in nearly every shape, size and format. The eclectic and exciting breadth of our list - nonfiction in most categories, commercial and literary fiction, romance novels, gift books, calendars, children's books, YA and more - is unmatched anywhere. Its future is guided by its continuing commitment to reaching readers with books that will illuminate, inspire and enlighten their lives.
Spinner Publications is an independent, nonprofit cultural organization whose purpose is to preserve and
promote the history and culture of southeastern New England. We do this primarily
through the publication of books. Our aim is to show how people's lives have impacted
communities in the region, and to portray the culture as it realized by members of the
communities. We are interested in historical narratives, memoirs, photography, art,
oral history, biography, poetry, fiction, children's books, cookbooks, and documents
that tell stories of the people and culture of southeastern New England.
Spinsters Ink's mission is to publish fiction and non-fiction that deals with significant issues in the lives of lesbian women. These are books that not only name crucial issues, but more importantlyâ€”encourage change and growth. Spinsters Ink is committed to publishing works by women of every age and racial or cultural background, writing from every walk of life, including the periphery.
Spinsters Ink was purchased by Bella Books in 2005.
The SFA Press broadens the university's mission of teaching, research, scholarship, creative work and service by publishing works of cultural and scholarly significance. With a goal of maintaining the high standards of traditional areas of literary publishing, while providing hands-on training opportunities for students, SFA Press publications have explored the history and culture of East Texas and the surrounding region, meeting the needs of regional and international audiences. Publications have received awards including the International Book Award for Military History, the Nebraska Book Award for Anthology, the Midwest Authors Book Award, and the National Association for Chicana and Chicano Studies Tejas Fiction Award.
The Story Plant was founded in 2008 by two long-term industry professionals, Lou Aronica and Peter Miller. From the start, the company has been dedicated to publishing quality fiction and to developing authors. Though we're always trying to improve, we feel that we've delivered on both. Our books regularly receive rave reviews and since our launch, nearly a third of our novels have appeared in the top 100 of one major bestseller list or another â€“ and often several at once.
In 2013, The Story Plant was acquired by Studio Digital CT, LLC, a limited liability company headed by Lou Aronica. With this, Mitchell Maxwell came on board to add his unparalleled blend of creativity, passion, and business acumen. The house is currently in the process of the most aggressive expansion in its history.
Sunbury Press is a rapidly growing publisher of a wide range of categories. Currently the firm publishes in categories including: history, historical fiction, police procedurals, crime thrillers, horror, steam punk, young adult, children's, current events, science, reference, art history, ANY local/regional history, humor, spiritual/metaphysical, self-help, professional, and memoirs.
Sweetgum Press publishes book-length works by writers from the Midwest, particularly Missouri. The editors look for manuscripts that are unlikely to attract mainstream publishers but are worthy of publication because of one or more qualities, among them originality, authenticity, beauty, regional or historical appeal.
Synergetic Press is a fiercely independent publisher with offices in Santa Fe, New Mexico and London, England. We've published paradigm-shifting texts for over thirty years.
The founders and staff of Synergetic Press are pioneers in the field of biospheric and environmental sciences, and our enterprise is steeped in a rich tradition of experimental collaboration in the arts and sciences that spans nearly four decades.
From west-end Toronto, Ontario, not far from the Dundas West subway station, two deeply experienced editors who love books will publish texts that fit with their unique perspectives. Working from respect for the traditions and the avant garde in literature, books from Teksteditions display the convergence of likes and loves of both exciting revolutions and collaboration.
The Key Publishing House (KPH) Inc., is an innovative forward-thinking publisher. Our mission is to produce and disseminate valuable knowledge that influences and enhances life. KPH convergent publishing program include humanities, social sciences, physical and natural sciences. Our publications serve both specialized and general audience. We are experienced in both print and digital publishing.
The Mad Duck Coalition publishing house is a group of innovative academics, professors, and intellectuals who want to publish what they are passionate about without compromising themselves or their work solely in the hopes of being published. Instead, The MDC was formed as a means to publish quality works that intellectually stimulate the mind, not necessarily the pockets. We wholeheartedly believe that quality and commerciality are two different things and that quality is far more important.
To this end, The MDC is a new type of multimedia publishing house that operates off of an innovative business model. Our mission is to reinvigorate the truly innovative academics and intellectuals with the rewards, recognition, and respect they well-deserve!
Big Ripple Books:
Big Ripple Books is The Mad Duck Coalition's first imprint. As such, it is the nesting place for quality prose narratives, fiction and non-fiction. Memoirs, experiments, and bona fide literature, you'll find the best duckin' stuff here.
Bottoms Up Journal:
Bottoms Up Journal is The Mad Duck Coalition's academic imprint, the heart and soul of intellectual Academia! Essays, books, theories, histories-all transparently peer-reviewed! Dive in, grab a drink, and read what our mad ducks have uncovered!
Flights of Fancy Publications:
Flights of Fancy Publications is The Mad Duck Coalition's speculative imprint. Cozy up to the fire and let these engaging, smart genre stories fly you someplace else. Mind you, they're not necessarily pretty places to visit, but you will enjoy the flight.
As the oldest Indigenous publishing house in Canada, Theytus Books is recognized and respected internationally for its contributions to Aboriginal literature. Since its inception in 1980, Theytus Books has been a leading proponent for Indigenous authors, illustrators and artists. It ensures that their voice and vision are expressed with the highest level of cultural authenticity and integrity.
Tidal Press is an independent publishing house with the following mission:
To offer readers beautifully crafted works of fiction and non-fiction from writers who use authentic and unique voices to weave the elemental themes of our modern lives into great stories.
To offer writers a true publishing partnership.
To offer the world the benefit of fulfilled readers and writers walking the streets. This is how art changes the world.
Tidewater Press is a Canadian independent literary press, publishing fiction by new authors offering fresh perspectives on contemporary issues, and non-fiction by writers speaking to defined, special interest constituencies.
Tin House Books publishes fiction, non-fiction, story collections, and everything in between by both first-time and established authors. We are proud of all the exciting work we have published and are looking forward to the many new voices to come.
Tiwaz Press is a rip-roaring and radical - albeit small - publisher of both fiction and non-fiction. We have an innovative marketing policy that's targeted toward readers who prefer themes of resistance, gay love, and pagan pride. We thoroughly relish being a book publishing house, and we think that, hands down, we're set to win the "Publishers Most Likely to Have Fun at Work" award.
Tolling Bell Books is an independent publisher of quality fiction whose goal is to produce two adult and two children's books each calendar year. The company was founded in the hopes of bringing recognition to smaller-name authors that are often overlooked by the larger, traditional publishing houses. The company was established in 2003 with one title. Since that time Tolling Bell Books has published books under several imprints and will continue to expand the company's title list over the next year and into the future.
A small new publisher on the southeast, publishing non-fiction guides and self-help, gripping fiction (no sci-fi or fantasy), and occasional picture books. See website for submission guidelines, no full manuscripts please.
Torrey House Press (THP) publishes fiction and nonfiction for the book trade. We are interested in well-crafted works of narrative nonfiction and literary fiction with a natural history, environmental, or a natural landscape theme, or about the politics and practice of sustainable living. We accept agented and unagented work.
t r a c e publishes books that illuminate, in complex, beautiful, and thought-provoking ways, contemporary and historical experiences of conflict, displacement, migration, life, labour, love, and resistance.
Transit Books is a nonprofit publisher of international and American literature, based in Oakland, California. Transit publishes a carefully curated list of international and American literature, with a focus on literary fiction, narrative nonfiction, essay, and prose that falls somewhere in between.
Troy Books is an independent publisher of occult, esoteric and folklore titles. We make our books available in editions to suit all pockets, from quality paperbacks to fine hand-bound editions for the collector.
Tupelo Press, Inc., 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 creative 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.
Manitoba's oldest literary house, Turnstone Press produces fiction, poetry and creative non-fiction and has launched the careers of award-winning poets. Its Ravenstone imprint publishes speculative, horror and mystery fiction
Two Dollar Radio is a family-run outfit founded in 2005 with the mission to reaffirm the cultural and artistic spirit of the publishing industry.
We aim to do this by presenting bold works of literary merit, each book, individually and collectively, providing a sonic progression that we believe to be too loud to ignore.
Tyrus Books was founded in the summer of 2009 by Alison Dasho (nee Jansssen) and Ben LeRoy after the two left Bleak House Books. Alison left Tyrus in 2010. Tyrus was sold to F+W Media in the spring of 2011. The catalog includes books from New York Times bestselling author Reed Farrel Coleman, Barnes & Noble Discover Award winner Scott O'Connor, Loren D. Estleman, Victoria Houston, and a variety of other critically acclaimed debuts and series.
The University of British Columbia Press is Canada's leading social sciences publisher. With an international reputation for publishing high-quality works of original scholarship, our books draw on and reflect cutting-edge research, pushing the boundaries of academic discourse in innovative directions. Each year UBC Press publishes seventy new titles in a number of fields, including Aboriginal studies, Asian studies, Canadian history, environmental studies, gender and women's studies, geography, health and food studies, law, media and communications, military and security studies, planning and urban studies, and political science.
Unbridled Books is a premier publisher of works of rich literary quality that appeal to a broad audience. We want to be able to continue our longtime discussion about what allows a novel to touch our hearts and our minds at once. And we want our readers, booksellers, and reviewers to trust that when they pick up an Unbridled book, we're inviting them to enjoy that rarest of pleasures, a good read.
Founded in 1959, the Press is a nonprofit publisher of scholarly and regional books. We publish about 55 books annually and have more than 1,600 books in print. These include scholarly titles in anthropology, archaeology, environmental science, history, Indigenous studies, Latinx studies, Latin American studies, and the space sciences; as well as award-winning fiction and poetry series Sun Tracks and Camino del Sol.
Scholarly, trade and non-fiction titles for educated readers, and academic journals. UC Press is always interested in well-researched manuscripts, particularly in areas of mandated interest: Great Plains subjects, Aboriginal history and issues, Canadian parks and heritage, environmental issues, Latin America and art/architecture books.
Since its founding in 1938, the primary mission of the University of Georgia Press has been to support and enhance the University's place as a major research institution by publishing outstanding works of scholarship and literature by scholars and writers throughout the world.
The University of Georgia Press is the oldest and largest book publisher in the state. We currently publish 60-70 new books a year and have a long history of publishing significant scholarship, creative and literary works, and books about the state and the region for general readers.
The University of North Texas Press was founded in 1987 and published its first book in 1989. Though we are the newest university press in North Texas (following SMU Press and TCU Press), we have quickly become a leading press with the most titles in print (more than 300) and published (15 to 16 each year). We are fully accredited members of the Association of American University Presses. Our books are distributed and marketed nationally and internationally through the Texas A&M University Press Consortium.
For more than 60 years, the University of Queensland Press has been at the forefront of innovative Australian publishing. It has launched the careers of many great Australian novelists, published contemporary Australian poets, been a pioneering force in children's and young adult publishing and has set the benchmark for award-winning scholarly and Black Australian writing.
Producers of beautiful books that bristle and shimmer with life - books with big stories, big ideas and a strong sense of place, UWA Publishing fosters local writing that explores Western Australian and Australian identity, and seeks fresh voices of international origin.
We harbour a worldly outlook attuned to dynamic social engagement; our books are intended as discussion pieces, designed to inform, challenge and enliven our readers.
Since its first book appeared in 1937, the Press has published and distributed more than 3000 titles. We have more than 1400 titles currently in print, including books of general interest (biography, fiction, natural history, poetry, photography, fishing, food, travel, etc.), scholarly books (American studies, anthropology, art, classics, environmental studies, ethnic studies, film, gay & lesbian studies, history, Jewish studies, literary criticism, Slavic studies, etc.), and regional books about Wisconsin and the Upper Midwest.
The University Press of Mississippi was founded in 1970 and is supported by Mississippi's eight state universities. UPM publishes scholarly books of the highest distinction and books that interpret the south and its culture to the nation and the world.
University Press of New England is an award-winning university press supported by a consortium of schools: Brandeis University, Dartmouth College, University of New Hampshire, and Northeastern University. UPNE has earned a reputation for excellence in scholarly, instructional, reference, literary and artistic, and general-interest books.
The Unnamed Press publishes literature from around the world. Whether it's fiction, memoir or something in between, we are always interested in unlikely protagonists, undiscovered territories and courageous voices.
Unsolicited Press is a small press based out of Portland, Oregon. We focus on literary fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry. Whether you craft short stories, novels, chapbooks, memoirs, or essay collections, we want to read it.
Since 1988, Victory Press has brought Asian culture to the English-speaking world in the form of books, both for adults and children. The Legend of Mu Lan: A Heroine of Ancient China is the most widely known children's story published by Victory Press. Produced five years before Disney's animated version, the legend was licensed in Norway, excerpted as part of classroom teaching material, displayed at the Smithsonian Institute, and reviewed in School Library Journal. It was the first English language picture book about Mulan.
We publish around 40 titles each year on a diverse range of topics, including literary and popular fiction, young adult fiction, history, biography, art, poetry, food, wine, the environment, education and true life (ordinary people in extraordinary situations).
Welcome to Watermark Publishing, a homegrown HawaiÂ´i publisher specializing in books about the 50th State. Based on Bishop Street, in the heart of Honolulu, we bring you the best of the Islands -- from sports stories to small-kid titles, guidebooks to plantation memoirs.
Wayne State University Press is a leading publisher of Great Lakes books, Judaica, African American studies, film and media, and fairy-tale studies, as well as a range of other scholarly and general interest titles, including Michigan short fiction and poetry. The Press disseminates research, advances education, and serves the local community while expanding the international reputation of the Press and the University.
Established in 1949. Publishers of high quality, prize-winning fiction and non fiction across a range of categories including autobiography, business, cookery, economics, fiction in translation, history, literary fiction and popular science. Acquired by The Orion Publishing Group in 1991.
Publishing Company located on the Housatonic River in the Northwest corner of Connecticut specializing in first time and local authors. We are committed to the notion of parity between writer and publisher, honoring them as equals.
West Virginia University Press is the leading publisher of the Mountain State, producing a diverse selection of books, journals, and CDs which appeal to fans of Appalachian writing and music, regional studies, art, nature, and medieval studies.
Wighita Press is committed to publishing high quality works that offer help to troubled children, adolescents and adults in a way that identifies with their situations. As such Wighita Press publishes books that are empathic while still dealing with the issues that self-help "how to" books and psychology / psychotherapy textbooks seek to address.
Founded in 2010, Wild Dingo Press is a vibrant and essential force in the Australian publishing landscape being a vehicle for bringing a personal viewpoint on issues affecting our world. Wild Dingo Press currently accepts manuscripts of both fiction and non-fiction with an emphasis on stories of individuals quietly doing extraordinary things, be it exposure of corruption and systemic flaws or the experiences of the disenfranchised and disempowered.
Wildling Press is committed to uplifting marginalized voices by offering traditional publishing contracts to authors whose books will make the world a better place. We encourage writers of all kinds to submit their manuscripts, but we specifically aim to use our platform to amplify the voices of writers of color, women's stories, LGBTQ+ writers, and writers of different physical and mental abilities.
Wolsak and Wynn is a quirky literary press based in the heart of Hamilton. With steel mills on one side of us, the Niagara escarpment on the other and Toronto somewhere off in the distance we spend our time producing brilliant, highly individual and sometimes provocative books.
WTAW Press is an extension of the SF Bay Area award-winning reading series Why There Are Words. Peg Alford Pursell is the founder and editor-in-chief.
WTAW Press publishes award-winning, full-length books of prose (novels, memoirs, creative nonfiction, collections of stories and essays, etc.). We welcome submissions from writers unpublished, extensively published, and in between. We don't privilege one aesthetic over another: we want to publish books that show us more things on heaven and earth than we have dreamt of.
Founded in 1975, Yoknapatawpha Press is a southern regional small press which publishes works by southern writers. It is owned and operated by co-publishers and editors, Dean Faulkner Wells and Lawrence Wells.
Yorkshire Publishing is a general trade publisher, while Yorkshire Kids is our children'™s book division. ThornCrown Publishing, our evangelical division, and Victory Publishing, our charismatic division, both represent Christian authors.
Zed publishes across a wide range of topics, with writers from across the planet featuring in its line up. It is best know for publishing the work of marginalised individuals and groups, many of them originating in the Global South, others from oppressed elements of 'Western' society.