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11:11 Press


mainly advertsements of books on their label. Has Blog. About: team, authors, mission, team 11:11, blog. “11:11 Press is an American independent literary publisher based in Minneapolis, MN. Founded in 2018, 11:11 publishes innovative literature of all forms and varieties. We believe in the freedom of artistic expression, the realization of creative potential, and the transcendental power of stories.” Not Just Poetry. “We accept solicited and unsolicited manuscripts of novel length fiction, poetry collections, short story collections and ‘long’ hybrid works. At this time we do not publish individual short stories, poems or essays.”Accepts Manuscript submissions. Currently open for submission.

1913 Press


Founded in 2003 by l’editrice Sandra Doller, 1913 a journal of forms & 1913 Press are committed to publishing the baddest in poetry, poetics, prose, & their intersections with the arts of all forms, in handsome book-as-art-object fashion.Founder & Editrice: Sandra Doller Designer & Vice-editor: Ben Doller Social Media Editrix: Leslie Patron Distribution Editrix: Evelyn Murdock. Not curretly open for submissions.

3 Hole Press

3 HOLE PRESS is a home for “performance in book form and everyday life.” 3 Hole Press is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of 3 Hole Press must be made payable to “Fractured Atlas” only and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. They use the NPO in order to keep events free and print accessible. Publications are printed through the support of the New York State Council for the Arts, the Brooklyn Arts Council and contributions from readers.States they have three directed approaches: Reading, Rreflection, and Distribution. Each book published pairs a script with an original introduction by an artist in a different field. Iinterested in finding new ways to reflect on plays and performance, whether live or in printed form. They consider printing a form of distribution equal to performance. Not all published may be acted out.”Director: Rachel Kauder Nalebuff. Deputy Publisher:
Mary Marge Locker.

3 Mile Harbor Press


3 Mile Harbor Press was founded by Antje Katcher in 1994 & for 20 years has published work by poets such as Enid Dame, Michael Howley, Jean Kemper, Pamela Kallimanis and Toni Mergentime Levi. The last two titles issued under Antje’s aegis were her own poetry chapbook For Bananafish and Paul Genega’s prose piece, A Stone for Nina, both in 2013. Antje died in 2014. Paul Genega then took over, edited her last book post-humously. Paul took over and states the press’ mission is: Paul is committed to publishing the best diverse work by new and established poets and is particularly interested in finding LGBTQ, feminist and environmentally aware voices.

39 West Press

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From Kansas City. Managing Editor/Publisher J.D. Tulloch. 39 West Press independent book publisher releases books that encourage critical thinking and promote constructive discourse on key social, cultural, political, and economic issues affecting life in the U.S. We publish books of art, poetry, literary fiction, and creative non-fiction, thereby promoting a diverse range of experiences and voices, including but not limited to people of color, gender diversity, people with disabilities, LGBTQIA, as well as ethnic and cultural minorities.

3: A Taos Press


independent publisher committed to fostering and honoring the work of writers of all cultures. publisher hosts readings, book signings, workshops, and ekphrasis events throughout the year across the United States featuring its list of contributors. At this time, the editors are concentrating on the genre of poetry. Manuscript submissions are by invitation only Except for their annual contest. Manuscripts submitted for the 42 Miles Press Poetry Award- contemporary “voice” in American poetry, an awareness of our moment in time as poets. poetry that is experimental as well as work of a more formalist bent, as long as it reflects a complexity and sophistication of thought and language. . eclectic. (Past winners include Betsy Andrews, Carrie Oeding, Allan Peterson, Erica Bernheim, Mary Ann Samyn, Bill Razmovicz, Tracey Knapp, William Stobb, and others. We are also working on forthcoming titles by Claire Bateman and Bryce Berkowitz.

The winning poet will receive $1,000, publication of his or her book, and 50 author copies. The winner will also be invited to give a reading at Indiana University South Bend as part of the release of the book.

42 Miles Press


42 Miles Press publishes books and chapbooks of poetry, including the winner of the 42 Miles Press Poetry Prize. in Indiana. images, language. “We like it real and surreal and unreal.”The annual reading period for the 42 Miles Press Poetry Prize Contest is December 1st through March 1st.

7.13 Books


“by authors for authors”, 7.13 Books is committed to making beautiful works of literary fiction. Offers a publishing experience that’s “respectful & reverent of first-time authors.” wants to save literature & make sure books are being printed & v. into first time authors.

8th House Publishing

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8th House Publishing publishes fiction, philosophy, esoterica & “NOS more.” Operate out of Montreal & New York. Are direct sellers. Into full manuscripts for submissions. Accepts graphic art. Uses primarily local artists for covers & illustrations; yet, welcomes sending e-portfolio. all submissions must be digital. They state they are environmentally friendly. Looking for writing that is “modern, radical, enduring, insightful, inventive.” Has press signup section-looking for PR for the site. everything in submissions are sent through emails. Has a news section for local art shows & for advertising their own events. Has various social media accounts. Other than scrolling books from press, page does not have much.

A Public Space Books

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A Public Space is an independent nonprofit publisher of an eponymous award-winning literary, arts, and culture magazine, and A Public Space Books. Under the direction of founding editor Brigid Hughes since 2006, it has been our mission to seek out overlooked and unclassifiable work, and to publish writing from beyond established confines. Subscribe today, and join the conversation.