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WTAW Press


WTAW Press is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, founded and directed by Peg Alford Pursell, that supports the artistic development of writers, fosters a thriving literary community, and inspires a passion for literature through publishing books, through providing its national neighborhood of premiere live author readings, Why There Are Words Literary Reading Series, and through online workshops and manuscript consultations for those who may not have the ability to access such opportunities in other ways.
Our main mission is, quite simply, to publish the best books we can find, books that might otherwise be overlooked in mainstream corporate publishing.
Peg Alford Pursell founded WTAW Press in December 2015 and we first opened for submissions in 2016. Our first titles were published in September of 2017. We open for submissions each summer, and select our books to publish from that open reading period. Currently, we have been publishing two books per year and look forward to expanding our catalogue.

Wundor Editions

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Website link broken only twitter available: In search of Wundor? Literature, travel and photography books. Est. London 2016…After publishing many books of which we are exceptionally proud, the team at Wundor Editions have moved on to new creative projects. Please contact founder Matthew Smith if you have any questions about any of our books or artists. Thanks for your support!

Xavier Review Press


Publishing poetry, prose, and more since 1980.
Welcome to Xavier Review Online! Read about the journal and the press, submit your work, send us a query, buy some old issues, or (most important) READ some recent issues!

Xi Draconis Books

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Xi Draconis, an orange giant star, shines one hundred thirteen light years away from Earth in the constellation Draco, a serpent people of the ancient world saw slithering in the night sky. Of an average magnitude, it burns inconspicuous at the base of the serpent’s jaw, slightly obscured by stellar dust, another point of light among billions. And yet, this point of light, dim and old, still serves as part of Draco’s daggered mouth, with which the serpent battled the Olympian gods for a decade. Though at last Minerva slew Draco and tossed his body into the sky, a cold line of stars remains as testament to Draco’s rebellion.

Thus, Xi Draconis Books seeks to publish literary works of fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry that rebel, that rail against social injustice, against hatred, poverty, hunger, privatization, the celebration of ignorance, objectification, racism, exploitation, sexism, and commodification. We seek works that explore how these perversions warp the human mind, that humanize, where our culture and society would dehumanize. We seek works that complicate, where biased groups would simplify. We seek works that empathize, where others would malign.

YAK Press


YAK Press publishes artists whose medium is words. We’re a boutique publisher, crafting in short runs to maintain quality. We love making chapbooks, but also publish literature and learning materials for English/Language Arts instruction. We adore gabfests and wordplay. At YAK Press, ideas rule!

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NATIVE BLOSSOMS CHAPBOOK SERIES…embraces poetry of place, exploring connections to the natural landscape, the untamed, the indigenous. Each chapbook, while utilizing themes and concepts that comprise the contemporary American lyric, features at least one poem that takes the botanical name of a wildflower or other flora native to the poet’s locale as its title. As Joy Harjo encourages, “See those sensitive hills? They need to be talked to, sung to. . . .”

YAK Press is pleased to have the Native Blossoms Chapbook Series in its catalog of offerings. Series One, released in 2014, includes No.1: Night Walks by Nancy Carroll, and No.2: Liturgy of Small Feathers by Anne Yale. Series Two includes No.1: Pressed Against All That Nothing by Cody Deitz, and No.2: Hover the Bones by Melisa Malvin-Middleton. The first four books are also available now as a set in Quartet 1. Click here for details.

Yale University Press

By publishing serious works that contribute to a global understanding of human affairs, Yale University Press aids in the discovery and dissemination of light and truth, lux et veritas, which is a central purpose of Yale University. The publications of the Press are books and other materials that further scholarly investigation, advance interdisciplinary inquiry, stimulate public debate, educate both within and outside the classroom, and enhance cultural life. In its commitment to increasing the range and vigor of intellectual pursuits within the university and elsewhere, Yale University Press continually extends its horizons to embody university publishing at its best.

Yellow Flag Press

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Editor/Publisher – J. Bruce Fuller
Managing Editor – W. Scott Thomason
Marketing Director – Lauren Brasher
Founding Editors – J. Bruce Fuller, Erica McCreedy,
M. Rather, Jr., Andrew McSorley, Lou Amyx. HISTORYThe founding editors of Yellow Flag Press met while in graduate school at McNeese State University. The first five years were dedicated to making broadsides for the Vision/Verse Art Exhibits. Eventually YFP branched out into chapbooks and trade paperbacks.

YesYes Books


YesYes Books has been publishing provocative collections of poetry, fiction, and experimental art since 2011. We look for work that acknowledges and celebrates our passionate, complex, and boundless natures.

In recent years, YYB titles have received national awards including the Lambda Award for Gay Poetry, The American Book Award, Kate Tufts Discovery Award, Milt Kessler Award, Eric Hoffer Award, John C. Zacharis Award, and Devil’s Kitchen Reading Prize. Our titles have also been included in numerous finalist standings and best book lists such as the Lamba Award for Transgender Poetry, Believer Book Award, Balcones Poetry Prize, Norma Farber First Book Award, CLMP Firecracker Award, Julie Suk Award, Publisher’s Weekly Best Debuts of the Year, Boston Globe Best Poetry Books of the Year.

With books that are as beautiful to hold as they are to read, YesYes Books engages an international community of writers, artists, and readers.

Youth in Decline

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Youth in Decline is a publisher of lovely and strange comics & zines based out of San Francisco, California.

If you have an idea for a publication that you want to share, please see the “Submissions Guidelines” section of the About Us page.

In addition to publishing our own books, Ryan occasionally edits, translates, and contributes random essays and ephemera to other publications and sites. See Other Projects for details.

Zed Books


Zed is a platform for marginalised voices across the globe[yes they intentionally spell it with an s]