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About WordFarm
WordFarm is an independent literary press.

WordFarm began in 2002 with a group of Chicago-area writers, editors and designers who had among them more than fifty years of publishing experience. We later spread out from Chicago and now have staff members in New Hampshire, Michigan and Washington. Though we all have “day jobs,” WordFarm is our labor of love. Our business is self-funded, and we work on 2 or 3 projects each year. Our mission is to discover and promote outstanding literary works by both new and established writers. You can see this mix in our complete listing of books.

We publish collections of poetry, short fiction, essays, and single works of fiction or literary nonfiction. We take great care with developmental editing, copyediting and proofreading, design and typesetting, and manufacturing. We do relational, niche marketing and selling, making each book available through Small Press Distribution, from Amazon and from us directly (we offer competitive bookstore and educational discounts). We keep books in print and available for the “long haul.” And we offer digital editions through Amazon’s Kindle program.

WordTech Communications


WordTech Communications LLC is one of the nation’s largest poetry publishers, bringing out approximately 50 titles per year. Our six imprints focus on lyric, narrative, formal, social, and experimental poetry.We strive to publish a wide variety of poetry that is diverse in style, subject and technique but is unified in its excellence.

We are unique among contemporary poetry publishers for the emphasis we place on bringing poetry to a buying audience–in short, for the emphasis we place on selling books. We do not charge reading fees, nor do we accept outside funding. We are focused solely on publishing and selling excellent poetry.

This focus also means that we are not the publisher for every poet. The poets we publish must be active partners in the marketing and promotion of their books, especially by doing readings and similar events. If you are uncomfortable with the public presentation and promotion of your work, you may be better off with another publisher.

World Editions

World Editions promotes voices from around the globe by publishing books from many different countries and languages into English translation. Through our work, we aim to enhance dialogue between cultures, foster new connections, and open doors which may otherwise have remained closed.

World Editions was founded in 2013 by Eric Visser, publisher of Dutch literary house De Geus―home to many Nobel Prize-winning authors. Since 2016, World Editions has been part of the independent Libella Group, a European publisher with bases in Switzerland, France, and Poland, led by the renowned Vera Michalski. Judith Uyterlinde, Publishing Director of World Editions since 2017, is passionate about literature and languages, and dedicated to bringing attention to outstanding writers from around the world. Today World Editions has offices in New York, London, and Amsterdam, after successfully launching in the US in March 2018…World Editions publishes long-established authors, such as recent winner of the Alternative Nobel Prize, Maryse Condé, and the internationally acclaimed Paolo Maurensig, alongside promising debut novelists, such as rising stars Adeline Dieudonné and Pierre Jarawan.

Write Bloody Publishing


We publish and promote great books of poetry every year. We are a small press with a snappy look, dedicated to quality literature that is proud to be printed in the USA. We are not a printer; we are a sweet publishing house located in Los Angeles. Since 2004 we have launched 135 titles and 85 ebooks.

We are grass roots, DIY, boot strap believers who believe that great poetry changes people for the better. We believe authors should make a living and a way to do that is to create broad fan bases built from heavy touring and great looking books. Our authors are captivating at live readings and are incredible on the page to read. Our employees are authors and artists so we call ourselves a family.

We publish some of the top selling, living poets in the United States.

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.