Alice James Books was named after Alice James when the press was founded in 1973 by five women and two men in Boston, Ma. The goal was to establish a press that gave voice to women poets. The vision to support women writers is carried out today, though the press still publishes men and also seeks to publish a broad range of voices from the poetry community. Follow the links in the drop down menu under â€œaboutâ€ to learn more!
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