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AU Press

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Athabasca University Press is Canada’s first open access scholarly press. Founded in 2007 with the principal aim of reducing barriers to knowledge and increasing access to scholarship, we are committed to bringing the work of emerging and established scholars to the public. With both an open-access journal and monograph program, our contribution to the growing body of academic and literary work is significant and available to a global readership at no cost to the reader.By embracing an open access publishing model, AU Press allows its scholarship to be freely available to readers on the internet. This means that readers can download all of our books from our website as PDF files. It also means that we take access into consideration when determining the price point of our books. At AU Press, authors or editors retain copyright to their work but the published work is licensed for use under a Creative Commons license that protects the interests of the author while encouraging a broad readership.

Augury Books


Augury Books is an independent press based in Brooklyn, New York. Committed to publishing innovative work from emerging and established writers, Augury Books seeks to reaffirm the diversity of the reading public. Our authors have received awards such as the O. Henry prize for short fiction, the Great Lakes Colleges Association’s “Discover” Award for creative nonfiction, and the Tony Quagliano International Poetry Award. Our authors have also been nominated for the CLMP Firecracker award, the Lambda Literary Arts award, and have been featured on the Poetry Society of America’s and the Academy of American Poets website. The editorial board is dedicated to fairness and quality of work. Augury Books is a proud member of CLMP, the Community of Literary Magazines and Presses. Out titles are distributed by Small Press Distribution (SPD). Founded in 2010, Augury Books has published and continues to publish outstanding poetry, nonfiction, and fiction by a diverse range of voices. In late 2017, Augury Books became an imprint of Brooklyn Arts Press.

Aunt Lute Books


Aunt Lute Books is a nonprofit multicultural women’s press based in San Francisco. For over thirty years, we have been publishing literature that voices the perspectives of women from a broad range of communities. We have published a number of well-known feminist and lesbian authors, including Paula Gunn Allen, Gloria Anzaldúa, Judy Grahn, LeAnne Howe, Melanie Kaye/Kantrowitz, Audre Lorde, and Alice Walker. For a complete list of Aunt Lute Authors, visit our Authors page. titles include the first U.S. collection of Filipina/Filipina American women writers (Babaylan), the first collection of Southeast Asian women writers (Our Feet Walk the Sky), as well as a number of translated texts (most recently Rosa Montero’s Beautiful and Dark). Our bestsellers include Borderlands/La Frontera: The New Mestiza and The Cancer Journals: Special Edition, titles used in classrooms throughout the U.S. and around the world. We invite you to browse our titles to learn more about our diverse collection of books.Aunt Lute Books is dedicated to publishing literature by women, both transgender and cisgender, whose voices have been traditionally underrepresented in mainstream and small press publishing. Since 1982, Aunt Lute Books has published books that incorporate the histories and lives of women whose stories often go untold, from dramatic works and poetry to memoirs and historical documents. Our aim is to distribute literature that expresses the true complexity of women’s lives and the possibilities for personal and social change. We embrace the opportunity to work with first-time authors and support our authors in getting their voices into the world. Interested authors can read our submissions guidelines to learn more about how to submit a manuscript for consideration. Over the decades, we have received letters from hundreds of women thanking us for publishing books that connect to, and accurately convey, their own life experiences.



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Autumn Hill Books

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Autumn Hill Books is an independent non-profit press based in the Midwest. We publish works of translation and our focus is contemporary world literature. More recently, AHB launched an online literary magazine M—DASH, which features essays, fiction, and poetry either excerpted from or inspired by our published titles. We also publish the imprint 91st Meridian Press in collaboration with the International Writing Program at the University of Iowa.

Autumn House Press

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Autumn House Press is a nonprofit corporation registered in the state of Pennsylvania whose mission is to publish and promote poetry and other fine literature. The press will concentrate on publishing the work of excellent contemporary writers who have a following among readers, but whose work has been overlooked by commercial publishers.We see our relationships with our authors as partnerships; we will support them by ensuring their books are edited with care and are available in a variety of locations. In the belief that a book is not only a readable text but also an object of art, the press is dedicated to producing beautifully designed, well-manufactured books on acid-free paper, as well as electronic texts of comparable quality. However, this dedication to quality will be balanced against considerations of cost in order to make the books affordable to all.

Awst Press

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Awst Press is an independent literary publisher in Austin, TX featuring impressive work from diverse voices. We publish authors whose work fits our aesthetic and fulfills our vision of inclusivity and community. We endeavor to support authors through each project and beyond by increasing their respective audiences, playing an active role in the editorial and publishing process, promoting their activities well past their publication with Awst via the website and social media, and seeking ways to compensate them for their efforts by offering generous royalties and identifying grants for which they might be eligible. Authors are provided an author page on this website, and updates on authors, news, and upcoming events are posted regularly on Facebook and Twitter.

Ayahuasca Publishing


In 2011, a small zine called The Radvocate was started in San Diego, CA as an artistic platform, free of advertisements or biases, for people to share their work. A chaotic hodgepodge of art, fiction, & poetry, The Radvocate gained a loyal following in San Diego and is now helmed by the non-profit group So Say We All as San Diego’s only literary magazine. With them, it will be free to grow and evolve into something new. To make the printing official, a name was coined for the press behind the zine, something off-the-cuff but ultimately apropos. This press was called Ayahuasca Publishing.Our name reflects our belief in the power of change through words, idea, and stories. ‘Ayahuasca’ is a brew of the yage vine created by indigenous shamen of South America as a powerful element of spiritual medicine. With it’s help, they are able to diagnose and treat their people by visiting different planes of reality and converse with spirits for whom the human body is an open book. Others who have taken it’s journey have had revelations of the true nature of the universe. It was introduced to westerners through people like William Burroughs, Alan Ginsberg, and Terrence McKenna, whose writings espoused the dangers and benefits of the brew. At it’s most reductive definition, Ayahuasca is considered a hallucinogen. One of the psychoactive ingredients was later synthesized by scientists to create dimethyltryptamine, or DMT.We believe that words, stories, and publications can also function as hallucinogens. Both have the power to open the mind to new ideas, stretch the imagination to lengths never thought possible, and transport us to fantastic new places we could never reach otherwise.

Backbone Press


Backbone Press has been publishing diversely since 2012. We debut and support writers who are considered marginalized voices and whose work may not be published elsewhere. Our press was started as a response to the bleak state of diversity in publishing. We believe, in art, but certainly the literary arts, every voice is essential. Without the political, protest, diasporic, voices of the poor, and even prison writing we have no distinctions. Our publications are necessary bridges, particularly in terms of generational, gender, and racial lines. In addition to informing, they engage us in broader cultural conversations.Our authors are emerging & established poets. Works that appear in our chapbooks have been published in Prairie Schooner, Poetry Magazine,, Tupelo Quarterly, Chicago Quarterly and elsewhere. Additionally, several of our authors have won national book awards, including: The APR Honickman Book Award and The Sexton Prize for Poetry

Bamboo Ridge Press

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Bamboo Ridge Press was founded in 1978 to publish literature by and about Hawaii’s people. It currently publishes two volumes a year: a literary journal of poetry and fiction featuring work by both emerging and established writers and a book by a single author or an anthology focused on a special theme. Both the journal and book are available singly or by subscription…special attention is given to literature that reflects an island sensibility, Bamboo Ridge is broad in scope and embraces a variety of work from writers across the nation. Some of our books have received recognition for literary excellence and for their contribution to the understanding and appreciation of Hawaii’s cultures and people. Bamboo Ridge publication have been adopted as texts or recommended reading in high school and college classrooms and have found a diverse audience across the country. Work from Bamboo Ridge has been adapted for speech and storytelling performances, plays, and readings. Bamboo Ridge Press continues to nurture the voices of Hawai’i and celebrate our literary traditionBamboo Ridge is an independent non-profit, tax-exempt corporation and is supported through book sales, subscriptions, private donations and grants from Hawai’i State Foundation on Culture and the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts. Your contributions are welcomed and may be tax-deductible.