ZEPHYR PRESS, founded in 1980, is an award-winning non-profit independent press whose titles and literary events foster a deeper understanding of cultures and languages from around the world. We focus on contemporary poetry and prose in translation from Russia, Eastern Europe and Asia, but also publish literature from other languages and the U.S., and reprint books of literary and historical value that have long been out of print. We organize bilingual readings, educational workshops and other cross-cultural exchanges in the U.S. and abroad.OUR HISTORY
Ed Hogan holding first edition of The Complete Poems of Anna Akhmataova, 1990
..publishes outstanding literature from around the world, and seeks to foster understanding of other languages and literary traditions through the twin arts of poetry and literary translation. Our poets are among the most celebrated writers in their own countries, and have all won major literary prizes. Most of our books are bilingual on facing pages, and the majority of our translated titles are the first books to appear in English by these authors …won or been finalists for numerous awards, including the 2018 National Book Critics Circle Award, the PEN Poetry in Translation Award (2019, 2017, and 2014), the National Translation Award (2018, 2017), the 2017 National Jewish Book Award, the 2016 Found in Translation Award, the Lucien Stryk Asian Translation Prize (2017, 2015), the Griffin International Prize (2015, 2014), the Best Translated Book Award (2018, 2014), and more. In 2019, Zephyr received the Small Press Award from the Association of Writing and Writing Programs…
Zone 3 is a nationally distributed literary journal published twice a year by the APSU Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts. The editors welcome submissions of fiction, poetry, and nonfiction from both established and emerging writers. Recent contributors include A. Van Jordan, Kimiko Hahn, Nancy Eimers, H.L. Hix, Brenda Miller, Ander Monson, Sara Majka, Geffrey Davis, Louise Erdrich, Jill Talbot, Ira Sukrungruang, Charles Haverty, and Oliver de la Paz. Contributors whose first publicatons appeared in Zone 3 include Robert Krut, Zoe Mays, Peter LaBerge, Brandon Timm, and Troy Taylor, among others.
Founded in 1986 by APSU professors David Till and Malcolm Glass, Zone 3 was originally named for the climate zone that covered our region. The editors’ note featured in the early volumes speaks to the poems you’ll find there:
Zone Books is an independent nonprofit publishing house founded in 1985. The publisher of a select list of titles in the arts, humanities, and social sciences, Zone Books is committed to original English-language texts as well as to the translation of significant works by contemporary authors.
Zone Books are edited by Jonathan Crary, Michel Feher, Hal Foster, and Ramona Naddaff, and designed by Bruce Mau and Julie Fry.
Zubaan is a leading independent publishing house based in New Delhi with a strong academic and general list. It was set up in 2003 as an imprint of India’s first feminist publishing house, Kali for Women, and continues to publish books on, for, by and about women in South Asia.
THE HISTORY OF ZUBAAN
Our academic list covers a range of subjects in the humanities and social sciences from research monographs to textbook and supplementary material for students. Special areas of interest include conflict studies, health, human rights and gender justice, history, cultural studies, and feminist and queer theory. OUR PUBLISHING LISTS
Zubaan’s name is associated strongly with high quality fiction by women in South Asia, both in translation and written in English. Our trade non-fiction includes memoirs, popular history and books on the women’s movement for a general audience. Under the Young Zubaan imprint, we also publish a range of fiction and non-fiction titles for younger adults and children…Alongside our publishing activities, Zubaan functions as a not-for-profit trust handling a variety of research and outreach projects in the areas of gender, feminism and the women’s movement.
WHAT THE WHAT?
Chris Campanioni and Jessica Fischoff edit PANK, advancing the original vision of the founding editors and the rich history that’s published so many innovative voices.
Founded in 2006 by M. Bartley Seigel and Roxane Gay, PANK Magazine is a literary magazine fostering access to innovative poetry and prose, publishing the brightest and most promising writers for the most adventurous readers. Up country, to the end of the road, to a far shore and the edge of things, to a place of amalgamation and unplumbed depths, a place inhabited by contradiction, quirk and startling anomaly, where the known is made and unmade, and where unimagined futures are born, PANK.