Publisher Database

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Publisher Database

Displaying 201 - 300 of 519
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Omnidawn

We seek to support and expand our community of writers and readers through the work we choose to publish, which questions, in both form and content, the prevailing limits of convention. Our intent is to explore internal and external boundaries and push, with compassionate insight, the limits of risk.

Book, Chapbook Fiction, Poetry English
No Unknown
Kenning Editions

In 2006, KENNING EDITIONS devoted itself exclusively to publishing high-quality trade paperback volumes of new and archival writing by authors whose work reflects the diversity and innovation for which the newsletter came to stand.

Book NonFiction, Poetry, Fiction, Drama English
No Unknown
Dante University of America Press

Our goal is to provide free interactive Italian language and culture programs. This is being made possible by contributions and support from people like you. Our hope is that you will gain knowledge through our courses and publications and help us continue with a donation of all size.

Book, eBook Fiction, NonFiction English, Italian
No
The Post-Apollo Press

Simone Fattal founded The Post-Apollo Press in 1982, specializing in poetry, experimental writing and translation. Post-Apollo has published major American, European and Middle-Eastern poets and prose writers.

Book, Chapbook Poetry, Fiction English
No Contributor Copies, Unknown
Beacon Press

Beacon Press is an independent publisher of serious non-fiction. Our books often change the way readers think about fundamental issues; they promote such values as freedom of speech and thought; diversity, religious pluralism, and anti-racism; and respect for diversity in all areas of life.

Book NonFiction English
30
No Contributor Copies
Mexico City Lit

Una de esas iniciativas es Mexico City Lit, diseñada para co-optar “lit” mexicana emergente. Como es usual, escritores mexicanos, por descuido, intermediarios o promoción, aceptan ser link, traducción, publicidad. Promocionan por redes y webs y “apoyan” proyectos o figuras para cooptarlas (se den cuenta o no).

Book, eBook, Chapbook, Online Journal Fiction, NonFiction, Poetry English, Spanish
No None
Gallic Books

Gallic Books was founded by francophiles and former Random House colleagues Jane Aitken and Pilar Webb, with the aim of making the best French writing available to English-speaking readers. Having published its first titles in 2007, Gallic now has a catalogue of more than 50 works of fiction and non-fiction, including historical crime series, contemporary noir, commercial and literary fiction, recently adding classics to the list.

Book, eBook Fiction, Poetry, NonFiction English
5
No Unknown
New Issues Press

New Issues Poetry & Prose, a nonprofit, university-based publisher, was established in 1996 by Editor Herbert S. Scott. New Issues publishes eight to twelve new titles each year with a focus on contemporary poetry. New Issues Poetry & Prose is the sponsor of two poetry prizes, each offering a $2,000 award and publication. The New Issues Poetry Prize is an award given to a first book of poems. New Issues also sponsors the Green Rose Prize in Poetry, an award given to a collection of poems by a poet who has previously published one or more volumes of poetry. New Issues publishes the AWP Award Winner in the novel.

Book Poetry, Fiction English
No Token: <0.01/word, Contributor Copies, Unknown
Harvest House Pub. Inc.

Harvest House Publishers was conceived in 1974 with just five titles and a dream in the heart of its founder, Bob Hawkins, Sr. to publish books to help the hurts of people. Within two years, five of its titles had sold over 100,000 copies and one title was on the best seller list for eight months in a row. By the late 1980s, Harvest House was among the top ten publishers of Christian literature. The compall publishes more than 150 new books each year and offers a strong backlist of more than 1,200 titles.

Book, eBook Fiction, NonFiction English
No Unknown
David R. Godine Publisher, Inc.

David R. Godine, Inc., is a small publishing house located in Boston, Massachusetts, producing between twenty and thirty titles per year and maintaining an active reprint program. The compall is independent (a rarity these days) and its list tends to reflect the individual tastes and interests of its president and founder, David Godine.

Book Poetry, Fiction, NonFiction English
No Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word, Semi-Pro: <0.14/word, Pro: >0.15/word
Lynne Rienner Publishers

Lynne Rienner Publishers is known for its cutting-edge, high-quality scholarly books, textbooks, and journals in politics, the social sciences, and the humanities.

Book, eBook, Print Journal Fiction, NonFiction, Poetry English
40
No Unknown
Wings Press

Wings Press was founded in 1975. The mission of Wings Press is to publish the finest in American writing—meaning all of the Americas—without commercial considerations clouding the choice. Wings Press intends to produce multicultural books, chapbooks, Ebooks, and broadsides that enlighten the human spirit and enliven the mind. Good writing is, we believe, innovative, insightful, and interesting. But most of all it is honest. Wings Press is committed to treating the planet itself as a partner. Thus the press uses as much recycled material as possible.

Book, eBook Poetry, Fiction, NonFiction English
No
The Rose O'Neill Literary House

Through our diverse offerings, we ask the students of Washington College to see themselves as part of a global community of writers: serious, professional, inquisitive, and committed to the craft of writing.

Chapbook, Book Poetry English
No Contributor Copies
Micah Publications

"Micah Publications is run by us, Bob and Roberta Kalechofsky. The books we write and the books we publish are our communication with the world, up front and personal. Our slogan: “Judaism and Vegetarianism go together naturally.” We also write on various other subjects including fiction.

Book, eBook NonFiction, Fiction English
No Unknown
Kodansha America

Kodansha is Japan’s largest publisher, with its headquarters in Tokyo. Originally established in 1909 by Seiji Noma, the compall is still a family-run business. Under the current leadership of Yoshinobu Noma, succeding compall president Sawako Noma, Kodansha continues to play a dominant role in the media world, producing books and magazines in a wide variety of genres including literature, fiction, nonfiction, children’s, business, lifestyle, art, manga, fashion, and journalism. Recently, the compall has ventured into digital distribution of content as well.

Book Fiction, NonFiction, Poetry, Graphic Lit Japanese
No Unknown
Telegram

Launched in 2005, Telegram is committed to publishing the best in new and classic international writing, from debut novelists to established literary heavyweights. Telegram has published literary fiction from thirteen languages, ranging from Korean, Chinese, Arabic and Farsi to French, Croatian, Hungarian and Icelandic.

Book Fiction, Poetry English
No Unknown
Picador

What defines a Picador book is the author’s voice: we believe the way the story is told is just as important as the story itself, and this is the case for all our fiction, non-fiction and poetry. We publish writers from all over the world, bringing international authors to an EngIish-Ianguage readership and providing a platform for voices that are often not heard. We publish a list that includes literary fiction; new, relevant and challenging fiction; narrative non-fiction; authoritative, cultural non-fiction; and the best contemporary poetry; as well as a number of uncategorizable books that will surprise you. We also aim to make beautiful books, from exciting and original first publications to clean, elegantly designed commercial paperbacks. But we are also always looking at new ways to publish including digital first strategies, creatively enhanced ebooks and innovative apps.

Book, eBook Fiction, NonFiction English
No Pro: >0.15/word
Red Dust, Inc.

Red Dust was founded in 1961 by Joanna Gunderson (1932-), who has been writing since 1957 and publishing since founding Red Dust. Gunderson is both a novelist and playwright. Her works include Indrani and I, Sights Three Novellas, Kaleidoscope 1969, The Field, Lullaby, and Night. Her plays have been performed widely throughout New York. - See more at: http://reddustbooks.com/about/#sthash.2E3t3ejk.dpuf

Book, Chapbook Poetry, Fiction, Drama English
No Unknown
Michigan State University Press

Michigan State University Press is the scholarly publishing arm of historic Michigan State University (1855), the nation’s pioneer land-grant university and the prototype for the institutions established under the Morrill Act of 1862. Although a formal Press was not established at MSU until the mid-20th century, scholarly publishing was an important part of the institution’s mission from early on; significant and influential technical publications were regularly issued from the colleges as early as the mid 1870s. Since its founding in 1947, the mission of the Michigan State University Press has been to be a catalyst for positive intellectual, social, and technological change through the publication of research and intellectual inquiry, making significant contributions to scholarship in the arts, humanities, sciences, and social sciences.

Book, Print Journal Poetry, Fiction, NonFiction English
No Unknown
NYRB Classics

The NYRB Classics series is dedicated to publishing an eclectic mix of fiction and non-fiction from different eras and times and of various sorts. Literature in translation constitutes a major part of the NYRB Classics series, simply because so much great literature has been left untranslated into English, or translated poorly, or deserves to be translated again, much as any outstanding book asks to be read again.

Book, eBook Fiction, NonFiction Any
25
Yes Semi-Pro: <0.14/word
Haus

Haus Publishing was founded in 2002 by Barbara Schwepcke, the former publisher of Prospect magazine. The publisher has a book shop, BookHaus, on the premises. Starting with non-fiction they now cover mall more types of books

Book NonFiction English
Yes Pro: >0.15/word
University of Missouri Press

The University of Missouri Press prefers a letter inquiring about manuscript submission. Generally, we request a brief summary of the proposed project, as well as some descriptive data on the author. In general, a letter of inquiry, addressed to Mr. Clair Willcox (acquiring editor) at 2910 LeMone Blvd., Columbia, MO 65201, will be responded to within a couple of weeks.

Book, eBook NonFiction English
Yes Unknown
Open Letter

Open Letter—the University of Rochester's nonprofit, literary translation press—is one of only a handful of publishing houses dedicated to increasing access to world literature for English readers. Publishing ten titles in translation each year and running an online literary website called Three Percent, Open Letter searches for works that are extraordinary and influential, works that we hope will become the classics of tomorrow.

Book Fiction, Poetry English
10
Yes Unknown, Contributor Copies
Indiana University Press

Indiana University Press's mission is to inform and inspire scholars, students, and thoughtful general readers by disseminating ideas and knowledge of global significance, regional importance, and lasting value.

Book NonFiction English
Yes Pro: >0.15/word, Token: <0.01/word, Contributor Copies
University of Utah Press

The University of Utah Press invites submission of proposals and manuscripts in the areas of anthropology and archaeology; Mesoamerican, American Indian, Mormon, and Middle East Studies; regional and Utah guidebooks; Natural history and nature writing; general titles of regional interest, American West, Utah, and environmental history; and autobiography/memoir.

Book, eBook NonFiction English
Yes Unknown
Paul Dry Books

At Paul Dry Books, our aim is to publish lively books "to awaken, delight, and educate"—and to spark conversation. We publish fiction, both novels and short stories, and nonfiction—biography, memoirs, history, and essays, covering subjects from Homer to Chekhov, bird watching to jazz music, New York City to shogunate Japan.

Book Fiction, NonFiction English
Yes Unknown
Verso

New Left Books was launched by New Left Review in 1970, and took as its logo the Tatlin Tower—a planned monument to the Third International. Focusing initially on translating works of European political and social theory, economics and philosophy, the list during that decade included Theodor Adorno, Louis Althusser, Walter Benjamin, Lucio Colletti, Henri Lefebvre, Georg Lukács, Ernest Mandel, Herbert Marcuse, Jean-Paul Sartre and Max Weber, as well as major original works by Perry Anderson, Terry Eagleton, Tom Nairn and Raymond Williams. NLB’s list challenged established opinions both in the United States and the Soviet Union, and their respective satellites, as well as providing important critical analyses of China, India and South America. The publishing house was always intended to be far broader in its reach than NLR. An early bestseller was Against Method by Paul Feyeraband.

Book, eBook Fiction, NonFiction English
Yes Unknown
Deep Vellum

Deep Vellum Publishing is a not-for-profit literary publisher that seeks to enhance the open exchange of ideas among cultures and to connect the world’s greatest untranslated contemporary writers of literature and creative nonfiction with English-language readers for the first time through original translations, while facilitating educational opportunities for students of translation in the Dallas community, and promoting a more vibrant literary community in north Texas and beyond.

Book, eBook Fiction English
Yes
Temple University Press

Founded in 1969, Temple University Press chose as its inspiration Russell Conwell's vision of the university as a place of educational opportunity for the urban working class. The Press is perhaps best known as a publisher of books in the social sciences and the humanities, as well as books about Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley region. Temple was an early publisher of books in urban studies, housing and labor studies, organizational reform, social service reform, public religion, health care, and cultural studies. It became one of the first university presses to publish in what later became the fields of women's studies, ethnic studies—including Asian American and Latino studies, as well as African American Studies. Today, it continues in those fields and in newer ones such as disability studies, animal rights, criminology, gender and sexual identity, and sport and society. Temple's regional list encompasses scholarly books, coffee table books, and books about art, culture, birding, fishing, hiking, sports teams, and the urban and suburban environments.

Book NonFiction English
Yes Unknown
Pleasure Boat Studio: a Literary Press

PLEASURE BOAT STUDIO: A LITERARY PRESS has a simple and straightforward philosophy: We want to publish the best books we can find - fiction, poetry, and non-fiction - books that we love and that fit our interests. We don’t do children’s books or hard-core pornography or wild science fiction. Not likely to do one of those political or legal thrillers, either. But we really do try to keep an open mind. We like quirky books and non-traditional books and unusual books. And we really like authors who will WORK to sell their books

Book, eBook, Chapbook Fiction, Poetry, NonFiction English
Yes Unknown
Word Palace Press

Word Palace Press is a non-profit press that publishes poetry, fiction, translations, and screenplays.

Book Poetry, Fiction, NonFiction English
Yes Unknown
Edward and Dee

Edward & Dee is a publishing imprint established by RIS Publications in 2012 for books distributed to the trade.

Print Journal, Book English
5
Yes Unknown
Between the Lines

Between the Lines books present new ideas and challenge readers to rethink the world around them. Our authors offer analysis of historical events and contemporary issues not often found in the mainstream. We specialize in informative, non-fiction books on politics and public policy, social issues, Canadian and world history, international development, gender and sexuality, critical race issues, culture, adult and popular education, labour and work, environment, technology, and media.

Book, eBook NonFiction English
Yes Semi-Pro: <0.14/word
Red Hen Press

Red Hen Press is committed to publishing works of literary excellence, supporting diversity, and promoting literacy in our local schools. We seek a community of readers and writers who are actively engaged in the essential human practice known as literature. - See more at: http://redhen.org/about-us-2/#sthash.bizKsmxg.dpuf

Book, eBook Fiction, Poetry, NonFiction English
Yes Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word
Milkweed

Milkweed Editions is a nonprofit literary press, publishing between fifteen and twenty books each year. Founded in 1980, we have published nearly three hundred titles and are committed to attracting and retaining outstanding writers whose work is of enduring value. Our mission is to identify, nurture and publish transformative literature, and build an engaged community around it.

Book Fiction, Poetry, NonFiction English
40
Yes Unknown
Glagoslav Publications

Non-governmental independent publisher of Slavic literature in the English and Dutch languages based in UK and the Netherlands

Book, eBook Fiction, Poetry, NonFiction, Drama English, Dutch
Yes Unknown
Book Thug

BookThug’s editorial vision is to enrich and advance the tradition of experimental literature. All manuscripts are evaluated for their artistic merit and their ability to continue the ‘conversation’ about experimental literature. In other words, every manuscript must display an awareness of the intellectual and artistic tradition which preceded it, while then stretching the concepts further, responding to today’s philosophical, scientific, political, and aesthetic environment.

Book Fiction, NonFiction, Poetry English
Yes Semi-Pro: <0.14/word
Shambhala Publications

Shambhala Publications was born at Ground Zero of the 1960s counterculture: in the back of a bookstore on Telegraph Avenue in Berkeley, California. It's ironic, since our founders' vision was more trans-cultural than countercultural--the concern being for an enlightened approach to every aspect of life--including culture. It's a vision that hasn't changed in more than four decades, as we've crossed the continent, and as we've grown to discover just how much that original vision can contain.

Book, eBook NonFiction English
Yes Unknown
New York University Press

Making common cause with the best and the brightest, the great and the good, NYU Press aspires to nothing less than the transformation of the intellectual and cultural landscape. Infused with the conviction that the ideas of the academy matter, we foster knowledge that resonates within and beyond the walls of the university.

Book, Print Journal, eBook NonFiction English
Yes Unknown
NYRB Poets

The NYRB Poets series continues the eclectic, adventurous spirit of NYRB Classics with a focus on the most vital, various, and universal form of literature: poetry. Featuring the work of poets from around the world, classical and modern, ancient and contemporary, in elegant, pocket-size editions, it will introduce readers to the countless different shapes that poetry can assume, from simplest song to lyrical essay to visual image to scientific treatise, among much else.

Book, eBook Poetry Any
6
Yes Semi-Pro: <0.14/word
Hebrew Union College Press

Publisher of scholarly books and journals across the entire spectrum of Jewish Studies

Book, Print Journal, eBook NonFiction English
Yes Unknown
University of Nebraska Press

The University of Nebraska Press extends the University's mission of teaching, research, and service by promoting, publishing, and disseminating works of intellectual and cultural significance and enduring value.Our primary mission, defined by the University through the Press Advisory Board of faculty members working in concert with the Press, is to find, evaluate, and publish in the best fashion possible, serious works of nonfiction.

Book, Print Journal, eBook Fiction, Poetry, NonFiction English
200
Yes Unknown
Catholic University of America Press

The Catholic University of America Press publishes in the fields of history (ecclesiastical and secular), language and literature, philosophy, political theory, and theology. We have interdisciplinary emphases on early Christian studies and medieval studies. We publish works of original scholarship intended for academic libraries, scholars and other professionals and works that offer a synthesis of knowledge of the subject of interest to a general audience or suitable for use in college and university classrooms.

Book, eBook NonFiction English
Yes Token: <0.01/word, Semi-Pro: <0.14/word, Pro: >0.15/word
Infinity Publishing

Infinity Publishing provides you with the easiest and most comprehensive self-publishing experience.

Book, eBook Poetry, Fiction, NonFiction, Drama, Graphic Lit English
Yes
University of Virginia Press

THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA PRESS was founded in 1963 to advance the intellectual interests not only of the University of Virginia, but of institutions of higher learning throughout the state. A member of the Association of American University Presses, UVaP currently publishes fifty to sixty new titles annually. New titles are approved by the Board of Directors after a rigorous process of peer review. The UVaP editorial program focuses primarily on the humanities and social sciences with special concentrations in American history, African American studies, southern studies, literature, ecocriticism, and regional books. While it continuously pursues new titles, UVaP also maintains a backlist of over 1,000 titles in print.

Book NonFiction, Fiction, Poetry English
Yes Unknown
Paulist Press

Striving to stand at the intersection of faith and culture, Paulist Press is committed to publishing quality materials that: bring the good news of the Gospel to Catholics and people of other religious traditions; support dialogue and welcome good scholarship and religious wisdom from all sources across denominational boundaries; foster religious values and wholeness in society, especially through materials promoting healing, reconciliation, and personal growth.

Book, eBook Fiction, NonFiction English
Yes Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word, Semi-Pro: <0.14/word
Kurodahan Press

In mid-2002, a group of language professionals living in Japan began to discuss the need for a new kind of publisher—one that could serve readers in English and Japanese, with titles meant for both general and specialist markets. Reflecting the skills and interests of its founding directors, Kurodahan Press first offered books relating to Japan, but has since expanded the range of titles to include China, Korea, and beyond.

Book, eBook Fiction, NonFiction English, Japanese
3
Yes Contributor Copies
Vertical

Vertical translates the best contemporary Japanese books. We select our popular novels, graphic novels, and quality nonfiction from a rich, variegated stock: Japan’s huge and vibrant book market.

Book Fiction, NonFiction, Graphic Lit Japanese, English
Yes Unknown, Contributor Copies
Denver Quarterly

2015 marks 50 years of the Denver Quarterly. Here are 50 of the mall, mall amazing writers, past and present, whose work has helped get us here…Diane Ackerman, John Ashbery, Paul Auster, Mary Jo Bang, Roland Barthes (trans. Annette Lavers), Eula Biss, Maurice Blanchot (trans. Patrick Bowles), Gerald Chapman, Allison Adelle Hedge Coke, Joan Didion, Rikki Ducornet, Percival Everett, Forrest Gander, Dana Gioia, Jorie Graham, Lily Hoang, Edmond Jabès (trans. Rosmarie Waldrop), Siel Ju, Frank Kermode, Ruth Ellen Kocher, Siwar Masannat, Harry Mathews, Farid Matuk, Cris Mazza, Shane McCrae, Fred Moten, Es’kia Mphahlele, Joyce Carol Oates, Simon Ortiz, Camille Rankine, Martha Ronk, Jacques Roubaud (trans. Harriet Zinnes), Tomaž Šalamun, Christine Schutt, Anis Shivani, Gary Soto, Susan Steinberg, James Tate, Deb Olin Unferth, Lee Upton, César Vallejo (trans. Clayton Eshleman with Jorge Guzmán), Gerald Vizenor, Ocean Vuong, Anne Waldman, Robert Penn Warren, Diane Williams, John Williams, Tyrone Williams, Sara June Woods, C.D. Wright.

Print Journal Fiction, NonFiction, Poetry, Graphic Lit, Drama English
Yes Contributor Copies
Texas A & M University Press

Texas A&M Press, like other scholarly publishers, adheres to a rigorous process of internal consideration and peer review for all books it publishes. Final approval of every book rests with the Press’s Faculty Advisory Committee. When a manuscript is accepted for full review, the process typically takes 3–6 months but the time frame can vary, depending on the responses of reviewers.

Book, eBook NonFiction English
64
Yes Unknown
PM Press

PM Press was founded at the end of 2007 by a small collection of folks with decades of publishing, media, and organizing experience. PM Press co-conspirators have published and distributed hundreds of books, pamphlets, CDs, and DVDs. Members of PM have founded enduring book fairs, spearheaded victorious tenant organizing campaigns, and worked closely with bookstores, academic conferences, and even rock bands to deliver political and challenging ideas to all walks of life. We’re old enough to know what we’re doing and young enough to know what’s at stake.

Book, eBook Fiction, NonFiction English
Yes Unknown
Mage Publishers, Inc.

Mage Publishers is an independent press founded in 1985. We publish books of Persian (Iranian) literature and culture in English.

Book, eBook Fiction, NonFiction, Poetry English
Yes Unknown
Etruscan Press

We publish books of poems, novels, short stories, creative non-fiction, criticism, translation, and anthologies. Three of our poetry collections have been National Book Award finalists; one of our titles was chosen as the Poetry Society of America’s First Book Award, and three poems have been chosen for Best American Poetry.

Book Fiction, NonFiction, Poetry English
Yes Unknown
Three Rooms Press

Since 1993, Three Rooms Press has been a leading voice in publishing cut-the-edge creative, including novels, memoirs, poetry and art. Our ongoing source of inspiration is Dada predecessor Arthur Cravan, whose independent and truly original artistic vision serves as a guide for all we do.

Book, eBook Poetry, Fiction, NonFiction English
Yes Unknown
Biblioasis

Biblioasis is a literary press based in Windsor, Ontario, committed to publishing the best poetry, fiction and non-fiction in beautifully crafted editions.

Book, Chapbook Fiction, Poetry, NonFiction English
Yes Contributor Copies
Minnesota Historical Society Press

The Minnesota Historical Society Press publishes books on the history, art, and culture of the Upper Midwest. Founded in 1851, it is the oldest publisher in the state and the largest historical society press in the country. We seek to publish books for a broad audience of general readers and specialists. Understanding that where we come from is crucial to who we are, the press publishes books that explore the importance of place in this rich and varied region we call home.

Book Fiction, NonFiction English
Yes Unknown
Two Lines Press

Two Lines Press exists to give American readers the opportunity to read some of the great work from outside our borders that they would not otherwise get to see. As the barriers between cultures continue to come down and more and more authors are finding inspiration in foreign lands, there’s all the more reason for us all to read the world. Two Lines Press endeavors to give readers another point of entry to this important international discussion—to see that great literature isn’t created by the background of the culture in which its produced but by the talent of the writer that produces it (and the translator that brings it to English). Two Lines Press is a program of the nonprofit Center for the Art of Translation. The press, and the Center for the Art of Translation, both grew out of the TWO LINES: World Writing in Translation anthology series, which has been publishing international literature in translation for nearly 20 years. It has previously published Nobel laureates, Pulitzer Prize winners, MacArthur “Genius” grant recipients, PEN Translation grant recipients, and winners of dozens of leading national literary awards all over the world. Two Lines also puts a special emphasis on translation as an art form of its own, celebrating the complicated and creative process of rendering a foreign piece of literature in English.

Book, Print Journal Fiction, Poetry, NonFiction English
Yes Unknown
Bordighera Press

Bordighera Press publishes literature and poetry by and about Italian and Italian-American authors. Mall of our titles are consistently utilized in university courses, and the journal VIA:Voices in Italian Americana is subscribed to by more than fifty university libraries in the United States and Canada. Bordighera Press continues to reflect the most current nuances in the literary world. The press was founded in 1989 by Fred Gardaphé, Paolo Giordano, and Anthony Juilan Tamburri.

Book Poetry, Fiction, NonFiction Italian, English
Yes Unknown
Shearsman

Shearsman Books Ltd is a specialist publisher of poetry, based in Bristol, England. We concentrate mainly on contemporary writing from Britain & Ireland, and the U.S.A. We also have a large, and growing translation list, with an emphasis on Hispanic and Latin American writing, and we have lists devoted to Classics and to Literary Criticism, the latter devoted to poetry. We tend to be interested in more experimental, radical forms of writing, but do not exclude the more traditional if we think it works. We sell through all channels including our own online store at www.shearsman.com.

Book, Print Journal Poetry English
Yes Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word
Nightboat Books

Nightboat Books, a nonprofit organization, seeks to develop audiences for writers whose work resists convention and transcends boundaries, by publishing books rich with poignancy, intelligence and risk.

Book Fiction, Poetry, NonFiction English
Yes Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word
New York Review Comics

In the tradition of NYRB Classics, NYR Comics presents new editions of out-of-print masterpieces and new translations of books that have never been published in English—from intimate memoirs to absurdist gags, graphic novels to dizzying experiments.

Book, eBook Graphic Lit Any
6
Yes Semi-Pro: <0.14/word
Heinemann Publishing

Heinemann is a publisher of professional resources and a provider of educational services for teachers, kindergarten through college. We strive to give voice to those who share our respect for the professionalism and compassion of teachers and who support teachers’ efforts to help children become literate, empathetic, knowledgeable citizens.

Book, eBook NonFiction English, Spanish
Yes Pro: >0.15/word
University of Nevada Press

The University of Nevada Press, as mandated by the state legislature and the Board of Regents of the Nevada System of Higher Education, publishes high-quality, deserving works that advance scholarly research, contribute to the understanding and appreciation of regional history and culture, and reach a wide range of academic and general readers. Publication is done in a fiscally responsible manner that reflects the highest editorial, design, and production standards. The good will of the public it serves (the citizens of the State of Nevada, readers, and authors) is the Press's most valuable asset.

Book, Print Journal NonFiction English
Yes
Orbis Books

Welcome to Orbis Books, leaders in religious publishing since 1970. We offer a wide range of books on prayer, spirituality, Catholic life, theology, mission and current affairs. The publishing arm of the Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers, Orbis Books addresses a broad readership exploring the global dimensions of faith, inviting dialogue with diverse cultures and traditions, and serving the cause of reconciliation and peace.

Book, eBook NonFiction English
Yes Unknown
Interlink Publishing

Interlink Books publishes a general trade list of adult fiction and non-fiction with an emphasis on books that have a wide appeal while also meeting high intellectual and literary standards.

Book Fiction, NonFiction English
50
Yes Unknown
University of Washington Press

The Press traces its origins to 1915, when Edmond Meall's Governors of Washington, Territorial and State was issued. The first book to bear the University of Washington Press imprint, an edition of The Poems of Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey edited by Frederick M. Padelford, appeared in 1920. Since that time the Press has published approximately 4,400 books, of which about 1,400 are currently in print. Today we publish about seventy new titles each year. From the beginning the Press has reflected the University's major academic strengths. Building on those strengths, combined with a vigorous creativity in developing regional partners, the University of Washington Press has achieved recognition as the leading publisher of scholarly books and distinguished works of regional nonfiction in the Pacific Northwest.

Book, eBook NonFiction English
70
Yes Unknown
Copper Callon Press

Copper Callon Press publishes extraordinary poetry from around the world to engage the imaginations and intellects of readers.

Book, eBook Poetry English
Yes Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word, Semi-Pro: <0.14/word, Pro: >0.15/word
Paycock Press

Gargoyle/Paycock Press has always been a scallywag magazine, a maverick magazine, a bit too academic for the underground and way too underground for the academics.

Book, eBook Poetry, Fiction English
Yes Unknown
La Presse Poetry

La Presse is an imprint of Fence Books and is dedicated to contemporary French poetry and hybrid-genre work translated by English-language poets. We're a nano-press; we publish one to three books a year. With our books, we hope to honor and extend the poetic friendship that has existed between France and the U.S. since at least the mid-19th century and has been particularly active since the 1960s.

Book Poetry English
Yes Contributor Copies
Dialogos / Lavender Ink

Lavender Ink was founded in 1995 in New Orleans by Bill Lavender, who is still the Director and Editor in Chief. The Press is a sole-proprietorship, not a 501-C3 nor all other type of corporation, and is funded solely by revenues from book sales and some small grants and funding initiatives for individual books. Prior to 2012 Lavender Ink published only poetry, but is now publishing fiction, nonfiction and other genres, also. Diálogos is an imprint of Lavender Ink devoted to literatures which have cross-cultural significance, primarily but not exclusively literature in translation. Although there is no formal editorial board, submissions are peer-reviewed via a large network of poets, writers and scholars around the nation. Mall of the authors and translators in our current list peer-review new submissions, and though the list of those who have helped out in the past is long, we single out Peter Thompson, professor of romance languages at Roger Williams University, longtime friend and supporter of the press, whose advice on matters of translation and world literature we cannot do without. It was out of conversations with Peter that Diálogos was born.

Book, eBook Fiction, NonFiction, Poetry, Graphic Lit, Drama English
15
Yes Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word
Texas Christian University Press

TCU Press publishes fourteen to sixteen titles each year, approximately half in the spring and half in the fall. Our list focuses on titles related to Texas, the American West, and Latin America. The press has a particular interest in women's studies, border studies, and biography.

Book, eBook NonFiction, Fiction English
14
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Pontificia Universidad Javeriana

La Editorial de la Pontificia Universidad Javeriana depende de la Vicerrectoría Académica y su labor se encamina a realizar todas las labores editoriales y de publicación de la Pontificia Universidad Javeriana. Desde los años noventa cuenta con una plantilla de funcionarios especializados en la realización de proyectos editoriales (libros de investigación, libros institucionales, revistas académicas y libros de texto), en las labores de distribución, visibilización y en las tareas de comercialización de los mismos. Su sede se encuentra en el edificio Lutaima, en pleno corazón de la zona internacional de Bogotá (Cr 7 N 37-25, oficina 1301)

Book, Print Journal NonFiction Spanish
Yes Unknown
Magic Helicopter Press

"We are focused on publishing across platforms, mediums and ""the universe."" Our paper books are collectible art items, not unlike Dale Earnhardt commemorative plates. Our e-books are not paper books melted onto the screen but books aware of their digital space.

We also publish experimental multimedia projects: poetry videos and poetry video games. But we call them all books.

We are literature with feet—for open mics and reading tours—and fingers—for online workshops and collaborative projects. But we call it all live.

We are literature with a maypop for a rotor. We land on your head.

Magic Helicopter titles are distributed from our website and via Small Press Distribution. We also maintain close relationships with excellent indie bookstores and ventures across the country."

Book, eBook, Chapbook Fiction, NonFiction, Poetry English
Yes Unknown
Tia Chucha Press

Tia Chucha Press is one of the country’s leading small cross-cultural presses for poetry, focused on socially engaged poetry work and literature that matters. Tia Chucha Press began in 1989 with the publication of Luis J. Rodriguez’s first book, the 13-poem collection “Poems Across the Pavement,” designed by Jane Brunette of Menominee/German/French descent, who has remained as TCP designer ever since. With Jane’s artistic skills for covers and inside pages, and Luis as founding editor, the press began publishing the best collections of the thriving Chicago poetry scene – home of the Poetry Slams – featuring poets such as Patricia Smith, David Hernandez, Michael Warr, Lisa Buscani, Tony Fitzpatrick, Cin Salach, Carlos Cumpian, Elizabeth Alexander, and more.

Chapbook, Book Poetry English
Yes Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word
Bilingual Review Press

Bilingual Review Press publishes literary works, scholarship, and art books by or about U.S. Hispanics under the name Bilingual Press/Editorial Bilingüe. We also produce the literary/scholarly journal Bilingual Review. Since its founding in 1973, Bilingual Review Press has been committed to publishing high-quality writing by both established and emerging writers. With almost 200 titles in our backlist, we publish books in English, Spanish, and bilingual format, although most of our books are written in English. In addition, classics of Chicana and Chicano literature are being kept available through the Press’s Clásicos Chicanos/Chicano Classics imprint.

Book, eBook Fiction, NonFiction, Poetry Spanish, English
Yes Contributor Copies
Restless Books

Restless Books is an independent publisher for readers and writers in search of new destinations, experiences, and perspectives. From Asia to the Americas, from Tehran to Tel Aviv, we deliver stories of discovery, adventure, dislocation, and transformation. Our readers are passionate about other cultures and other languages. Restless is committed to bringing out the best of international literature—fiction, journalism, memoirs, poetry, travel writing, illustrated books, and more—that reflects the restlessness of our multiform lives.

Book, eBook Fiction, NonFiction English
30
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Graywolf

Graywolf Press is a leading independent publisher committed to the discovery and energetic publication of contemporary American and international literature. We champion outstanding writers at all stages of their careers to ensure that diverse voices can be heard in a crowded marketplace. We believe books that nourish the individual spirit and enrich the broader culture must be supported by attentive editing, superior design, and creative promotion.

Book Fiction, Poetry, NonFiction English
30
Yes Unknown
Unicorn Press

Unicorn Press was founded in 1966 in Santa Barbara, CA, and in 1972, it moved to Greensboro, NC. By then, it was the sole responsibility of Al Brilliant, one of the three founders. Al was fortunate to have the cooperation and partnership of his spouse, the poet, novelist, and translator, Teo Savory (1907- 1989), who became Editor of the press while Al handled production and administration. During its first 46 years, Al has had the comradeship of forty young men and women who have joined in full-time, for two years or longer.

Book, Chapbook Poetry English
Yes Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word
Branden Books Publishing

since 1909 Branden Books has been publishing award winning books and reference materials.

Book, eBook Fiction, NonFiction English
15
Yes Semi-Pro: <0.14/word
Small Beer Press

Since 2001, Small Beer Press has published satisfying and surreal novels and short story collections by award-winning writers and exciting talents whose names you may never have heard, but whose work you'll never be able to forget. And a zine. Although that was started in 1996. Hope that doesn't mess up the nice and neat timeline above.

Book Fiction, NonFiction English
Yes Token: <0.01/word, Contributor Copies, Semi-Pro: <0.14/word
Small Po[r]tions

We publish work that minimizes, blurs, or exaggerates distinctions between genres and offer a shared space for experimental creative fiction and nonfiction, lyrical fiction, experimental poetry, and multimedia pieces. Small Po[r]tions issues have a print component with a focus on book arts and an online component featuring selections from the print issue along with media work.

Print Journal Poetry, Fiction, NonFiction English
2
Yes Contributor Copies
NOÖ Journal

"We are focused on publishing across platforms, mediums and ""the universe."" Our paper books are collectible art items, not unlike Dale Earnhardt commemorative plates. Our e-books are not paper books melted onto the screen but books aware of their digital space. We also publish experimental multimedia projects: poetry videos and poetry video games. But we call them all books. We are literature with feet—for open mics and reading tours—and fingers—for online workshops and collaborative projects. But we call it all live. We are literature with a maypop for a rotor. We land on your head. Magic Helicopter titles are distributed from our website and via Small Press Distribution. We also maintain close relationships with excellent indie bookstores and ventures across the country."

Print Journal Fiction, NonFiction, Poetry English
Yes Contributor Copies
University of New Mexico Press

Established in 1929 by the Regents of the University of New Mexico, UNM Press is a well-known and respected publisher in the fields of anthropology, archaeology, indigenous studies, Latin American studies, American studies, Chicana/o studies, art, architecture, and the history, literature, ecology, and cultures of the American West. The Press imprint is overseen by a faculty committee, whose twelve members are appointed by the Faculty Senate to represent a broad spectrum of university departments.

Book, eBook NonFiction English
Yes Unknown
Chelsea Editions

Chelsea Editions has been created with a single purpose—to present the work of important modern and contemporary Italian poets in handsomely produced volumes with facing English versions by award-winning translators. This project fulfills the decades-long dream of the editor to provide an outlet for Italian poetry, neglected by the large presses and by most of the small ones as well.

Book, Chapbook Poetry Italian, English
Yes Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word, Semi-Pro: <0.14/word, Pro: >0.15/word
Orison Books

Orison Books seeks to publish spiritually-engaged poetry, fiction, and non-fiction of exceptional literary merit. In our view, spiritual writing has little to do with subject matter. Rather, the kind of work we seek to publish has a transcendent aesthetic effect on the reader, and reading it can itself be a spiritual experience. Such work is not merely about spiritual contemplation, but itself leads the reader into profound contemplation. It is not merely about the sublime, but itself has a sublime effect on the reader. It is not merely about the mystery of being, but itself heightens the reader’s sense of the mystery underlying the fabric of our daily lives.

Book, eBook Poetry, Fiction English
Yes Token: <0.01/word, Contributor Copies, Unknown
Italica Press

ITALICA PRESS publishes English translations of medieval, Renaissance and early-modern texts, historical travel, English translations of modern Italian fiction, dual-language poetry, drama, and a series of Studies in Art & History.

Book, eBook Fiction, NonFiction, Poetry, Drama English, Italian, Latin
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University of Wisconsin Press

Since its first book appeared in 1937, the Press has published and distributed more than 3000 titles. We have more than 1400 titles currently in print, including books of general interest (biography, fiction, natural history, poetry, photography, fishing, food, travel, etc.), scholarly books (American studies, anthropology, art, classics, environmental studies, ethnic studies, film, gay & lesbian studies, history, Jewish studies, literary criticism, Slavic studies, etc.), and regional books about Wisconsin and the Upper Midwest. We publish and distribute new books each year in these fields.

Book, Print Journal Fiction, NonFiction, Poetry English
Yes Token: <0.01/word, Contributor Copies, Semi-Pro: <0.14/word
Pecan Grove Press

The press publishes books and chapbooks of fine poetry and, very rarely, short works of prose. PGP also publishes a regular chapbook series for students at St. Mary's University in San Antonio, Texas.

Book, Chapbook Poetry, Fiction English
Yes None
Lanternfish Press

Lanternfish Press was founded in 2013 to produce beautiful, reader-friendly books: volumes that will be cherished, schlepped on the subway, and generally devoured. We launched our first title, The Legend of Sherlock Holmes, through a Kickstarter campaign early in 2014. It's a collection of Arthur Conan Doyle's original stories, newly arranged and illustrated.

Book, eBook Fiction, Poetry, NonFiction English
5
Yes Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word
Texas Tech University Press

The mission of the Press is to disseminate, within its focus areas, the fruits of scholarship in as mall formats as will serve the university’s broadest constituency throughout the state, the nation, and the world.

Book, eBook Poetry, NonFiction English
25
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Poor Claudia

Poor Claudia annually publishes perfect-bound books (Signature & Folio), large format reprints (Timeworm), as well as hypertext through our online series Crush, Phenome and 10 Sources. We primarily publish poetry from both established and emerging writers, but accept literary art in various forms/genres.

Book, Chapbook, eBook Poetry, Fiction English
Yes Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word
Excelsior ReView

The Excelsior ReView is an online art and literature publication showcasing the artistic talents of Excelsior College's creative global community. The magazine is produced by a dedicated staff of Excelsior volunteers. Contributing artists have included applying and enrolled students, alumni, active military, veterans, faculty, and staff.

Print Journal Fiction, Poetry, NonFiction English
4
Yes Contributor Copies
Timber Press

Our mission is to share the wonders of the natural world by publishing books from experts in the fields of gardening, horticulture, and natural history.

Book, eBook NonFiction English
Yes Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word, Semi-Pro: <0.14/word
Bitter Lemon Press

Under the Bitter Lemon Press imprint we aim to bring our readers high quality thrillers and other contemporary crime fiction books from abroad. We are dedicated to the crime genre and publish dark, sexy and often humorous novels that expose the seamier side of society. Our list includes talented authors from Continental Europe, Latin America, the US and New Zealand. Most of our books are translations that have won prizes and received critical acclaim in their home countries and we have introduced a number of celebrated crime and thriller writers whose works were not available before in English. In 2014 we launched a new imprint called Wilmington Square Books. It is a non-fiction list dedicated to writing about culture and society and includes works on the visual and plastic arts, literature, history, philosophy and travel. These are books chosen for their originality, their quality and their contribution to knowledge and to debate.

Book, eBook Fiction, NonFiction English
Yes Contributor Copies
Rizzoli International Pub., Inc.

Today, Rizzoli in America is an integral part of its Italian parent compall, RCS Media Group. RCS arose from the merger of the venerable Rizzoli publishing house, founded in 1929, with the eminent Italian newspaper, Corriere della Sera, founded in 1876. Rizzoli New York began its publishing operation in 1974 and has become a leader in the fashion, interior design, culinary, art, architecture, and photography fields. Rizzoli’s Universe imprint was added in 1990 marking Rizzoli’s entrée into the pop-culture worlds of humor, beauty, sports, performing arts, and gay and alternative lifestyles. Universe also produces a highly successful calendar program. In 2008 a new imprint for the house was established called Skira Rizzoli, with the goal of expanding the compall’s presence in museum-related publishing, and in 2011, Rizzoli established Ex Libris, an imprint dedicated to publishing up-market literary fiction and nonfiction with a transatlantic character. In the United States and Canada, Rizzoli International Publications distributes the English-Language titles of distinguished French publisher Flammarion, Australian and English publisher Hardie Grant, and Italian publisher Skira, which is also part of RCS Libri, the book division of RCS Media Group.

Book, eBook Fiction, NonFiction English
Yes Unknown
MIT Press

The MIT Press is the only university press in the United States whose list is based in science and technology. This does not mean that science and engineering are all we publish, but it does mean that we are committed to the edges and frontiers of the world—to exploring new fields and new modes of inquiry. (For a time we described our publishing program as chasing "The Moving Frontier," but we've moved beyond even that.) We publish about 200 new books a year and over 30 journals. We are a major publishing presence in fields as diverse as architecture, social theory, economics, cognitive science, and computational science, and we have a long-term commitment to both design excellence and the efficient and creative use of new technologies. Our goal is to create books and journals that are challenging, creative, attractive, and yet affordable to individual readers.

Book, Print Journal NonFiction English
Yes Pro: >0.15/word, Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word
Green Integer

Essays, Manifestos, Statements, Speeches, Maxims, Epistles, Diaristic Jottings, Narratives, Natural histories, Poems, Plays, Performances, Ramblings, Revelations, and all such ephemera as may appear necessary to bring society into a slight tremolo of confusion and fright at least.

Book, Chapbook, eBook Poetry, Fiction, NonFiction, Drama English
Yes Unknown
University of Alabama Press

As the scholarly publishing arm of the university, The University of Alabama Press serves as an agent in the advancement of learning and the dissemination of scholarship. The Press applies the highest standards to all phases of publishing including acquisitions, editorial, production, and marketing. An editorial board comprised of representatives from all doctoral-degree-granting public universities within Alabama oversees the publishing program. Projects are selected that support, extend, and preserve academic research. The Press also publishes books that foster an understanding of the history and culture of this state and region. The Press publishes in a variety of formats, both print and electronic, and uses short-run technologies to ensure that the works are widely available.

Book, eBook, Print Journal NonFiction English
Yes Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word, Semi-Pro: <0.14/word
Small Stations Press

We aim to publish quality literature in the original language or in translation. Our series are: Small Stations Essay, Small Stations Fiction, Small Stations Poetry (these three aimed primarily at contemporary literature), Galician Classics (classics of Galician literature in English) and Galician Wave (Galician young adult fiction in English).

Book Fiction, Poetry English, Bulgarian
Yes Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word
Northeastern University Press

Northeastern University Press brings its distinctive strengths in the humanities and the social sciences, as well as in African-American and women's literature, and books for the broader public about Boston and New England.

Book, eBook NonFiction English
Yes Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word

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