Poetry Book Publishers
At this time, the editors are concentrating on the genre of poetry. Manuscript submissions are by invitation only.
as well as memoirs and photo essays.
We’re especially interested in publishing authors whose voices are generally marginalized by the mainstream. Authors who are neurodivergent, queer, transgender, mad, disabled, racialised, presently or formerly homeless or incarcerated. Authors doing work so radical, in some way or another, that conventional academic or literary publishers are scared to touch it. We want to amplify the sort of voices that are too often silenced in the dominant culture.
BatCat Press is fully staffed and operated by the students of Lincoln Park Performing Arts Charter School in Midland, PA. BatCat seeks to publish quality works while providing students the opportunity to work in a professional publishing environment.
Submissions are accepted during our annual reading period and are selected by students with the help of members of the BatCat Press advisory board, a collection of writers, teachers, and administrators from across Western Pennsylvania.
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.
Our specialty areas include Freemasonry, poetry, non-fiction narrative, and travel narrative, but we are open to other ideas that catch our interest.
So we're looking for talented authors and poets - both new and established - whose work we help refine, support, publish and promote. And, through their works, we're looking to grow the reading public's love of reading, writing, crafting and dreaming.
As of 2017, Calamari Archive will only publish anonymous or pseudonymous works.
-Carnegie Mellon Poetry Series
-Carnegie Mellon Classic Contemporaries Series
-Carnegie Mellon Series in Translation
-Carnegie Mellon Series in Short Fiction
-Poets in Prose Series
The Press also publishes in art, music, the performing arts, critical analysis, education, University history, and social history.
Since 1972, the Press has published poetry exclusively and has established an international reputation for its commitment to authors, editorial acumen, and dedication to the poetry audience.
We have published books ranging from children's, young adult, history, non-fiction, and poetry.
Etruscan publishes books of poems, novels, short stories, creative non-fiction, criticism, translation, and anthologies.
We also award the FutureCycle Poetry Book Prize for the best full-length volume of poetry we publish in a calendar year.
Our rotating editorial panel shares the responsibility for selecting, designing and promoting the books we produce. We currently publish two titles per year. Futurepoem also occasionally invites writers or multi-genre artists to produce work for special projects that is then documented in print or via other media.
Every year, we publish over 120 titles, specializing in books which have a distinctive Welsh identity.
It was established in 1986 by a determined group of volunteers who wanted to increase the opportunities for Welsh women in publishing and bring Welsh women's literature to a wider public. They asked the people of Wales to show their support for the new enterprise by becoming shareholders in the cooperative and in the first six months more than 400 people bought shares. Honno continues to be supported by hundreds of individual shareholders who believe in its work.
True to its roots the press still only publishes work by women of Wales. Most of Honno's titles are novels, autobiographies and short story anthologies in English as well as Classics in both Welsh and English. We have in the past also published poetry, children's and teenage titles and books in both Welsh and English.
and exceptional cookbooks. Illustrated with original works of art, each book is
attentively printed and bound, keeping the content, use and reader in mind.
Our books are internationally sought after by those interested in Māori history and Māori 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.
While we are interested in poetry that deals with the otherworldly, the occult, and that time you tripped balls in the rainforest, we are not interested in being preached to. Hyacinth Girl Press seeks to bring feminism, mysticism, and scientific inquiry together with awesome poetry.
Insomniac has developed special niche areas in which it publishes unique books. For example, its black studies books, gay and lesbian books, personal finance books, celebrity writer-as-musician books (including titles by Matthew Good, Jann Arden and Terri Clark), and gay mysteries have developed devoted followings.
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.
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.
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.
A joint venture of McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, and Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, MQUP is both a specialist in the Canadian perspective and a publisher of international themes, attracting attention from the New York Times to the Globe & Mail.
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.
Upcoming titles include fantasy and folk tales, contemporary fiction, humor, poetry, and an annual collection featuring highlights from MungBeing Magazine.
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.
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.
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!
and fiction, as well as forms that defy easy categorization. We lean toward interlinked
themes and characters across works and toward narrative poetry and lyrical fiction.
However, we are not bound by these preferences.
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.
We publish a wide range of fields, including history, politics, art, architecture, gender studies and cookery, and release the best in new and classic Arabic literature, including works by Mahmoud Darwish, Adonis, Nawal El Saadawi, Samih al-Qasim, Mohamed Choukri and Algosaibi.
Slope Editions is part of Slope Publishing Inc., a registered non-profit literary and educational organization with 501(c)(3) status.
Soft Skull titles are a mix of fresh, cutting-edge, and literary voices. The genres we cover are vast—fiction and nonfiction, poetry, graphic novels, and anthologies, all of which collectively focus on current affairs and politics, counterculture, music, history, memoir, biography, religion, and philosophy.
In recent years, Southern Illinois University Press has focused its list on a smaller number of areas of publication: American history (Civil War and Lincoln), aviation, botany, film studies, legal history, poetry, regional studies, rhetoric and composition, and theatre.
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.
one to three single-author poetry collections per year. Steel Toe Books is affiliated with Western Kentucky University.
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.
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.
For scholars and students, we publish reference and course books in the areas of archaeology, American studies, American history, literary studies, theatre studies, and the craft of writing.
For general readers, we publish the winners of the Iowa Short Fiction Award and the Iowa Poetry Prize, poetry anthologies, books on the archaeology and natural history of the Midwest, cookbooks, letters and diaries, biographies, memoirs, regional history, and collections of historic and contemporary photographs.
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.
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.
Unsolicited submissions of full-length manuscripts or chapbooks are open throughout the year. Yellow Arrow Journal submissions of creative nonfiction, poetry, book reviews, and cover art open twice a year. More information can be found at https://www.yellowarrowpublishing.com/submissions.
We receive submissions worldwide and welcome women's voices all over the world! Every writer has a story to tell and every story is worth telling.
Our titles have won the American Book Award, the Kate Tufts Discovery Award, the Devil's Kitchen Reading Award, the John C. Zacharis First Book Award, and the Eric Hoffer Chapbook Award, and have been finalists for the Norma Farber First Book Award, and Debultizer, among others.