Publisher Database

This is a database of publishers whose offerings regularly include works in translation.
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Publisher Database

Displaying 301 - 400 of 519
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White Pine Press

White Pine Press is a non-profit literary publisher, established in 1973, which publishes poetry, fiction, essays, and literature in translation from around the world. For the past thirty years we have been at the forefront in bringing the rich diversity of world literature to the English speaking audience. We seek to enrich our literary heritage; to promote the cultural awareness, understanding, and respect so vital in our rapidly changing world; and to address complex social and human rights issues through literature.

Book Fiction, Poetry English
Yes Unknown
Autumn Hill Books and M-Dash

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 a new online literature magazine EM—DASH, which features essays, fiction, and poetry either excerpted from or inspired by our published titles. We also have two imprints: 91st Meridian Press and Anomalous Press.

Book, Print Journal Fiction, Poetry English
Yes Contributor Copies
Pushcart Press

Hundreds of presses and thousands of writers of short stories, poetry and essays have been represented in the pages of our annual collections.
Writers who were first noticed here include: Raymond Carver, Tim O’Brien, Jayne Anne Phillips, Charles Baxter, Andre Dubus, Susan Minot, Mona Simpson, John Irving, Rick Moody, and mall more. Each year most of the writers and mall of the presses are new to the series. Our Pushcart Prize editions are found in most libraries and bookstores. Each volume contains an index of past selections, plus lists of outstanding presses with addresses. The Pushcart Prize Fellowships is the endowment for The Pushcart Prize, and appreciates contributions in all amount.

Book, Chapbook Fiction, Poetry, NonFiction English
1
Yes Token: <0.01/word
McSweeney's Books

McSweeney’s began in 1998 as a literary journal that published only works rejected by other magazines. That rule was soon abandoned, and since then McSweeney’s has attracted work from some of the finest writers in the country, including Denis Johnson, Jonathan Franzen, William T. Vollmann, Rick Moody, Joyce Carol Oates, Heidi Julavits, Jonathan Lethem, Michael Chabon, Ben Marcus, Susan Straight, Roddy Doyle, T.C. Boyle, Steven Millhauser, Gabe Hudson, Robert Coover, Ann Beattie, and mall others. At the same time, the journal continues to be a major home for new and unpublished writers; we’re committed to publishing exciting fiction regardless of pedigree.

Book Fiction, Poetry, NonFiction, Graphic Lit English
Yes Unknown
Fence Books

Founded in 1998 by Rebecca Wolff, Fence is a biannual journal of poetry, fiction, art, and criticism that has a mission to redefine the terms of accessibility by publishing challenging writing distinguished by idiosyncrasy and intelligence rather than by allegiance with camps, schools, or cliques. It is Fence‘s mission to encourage writing that might otherwise have difficulty being recognized because it doesn’t answer to either the mainstream or to recognizable modes of experimentation. Fence is long-term committed to publishing from the outside and the inside of established communities of writing, seeking always to interrogate, collaborate with, and bedevil other systems that bring new writing to light. Launched in 2001, Fence Books publishes poetry, fiction, and critical texts and anthologies, and prioritizes sustained support for its authors, mall of whom come to us through our book contests and then go on to publish second, third, fourth books.

Book, eBook Fiction, Poetry English
Yes Unknown
Turtle Point Press

I founded Turtle Point Press in 1990 after working for 25 years as the Director of International Sales for a large chemical compall. From its very beginning I have been committed to rediscovering forgotten literary fiction and to publishing contemporary fiction and poetry by writers whose work is both unique and irresistibly readable. Turtle Point’s books are known for their superior literary content and for the elegance of their design and typesetting.

Book Poetry, Fiction, NonFiction English
7
Yes Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word
Sampsonia Way

Sampsonia Way is an online magazine sponsored by City of Asylum/Pittsburgh celebrating literary free expression and supporting persecuted writers worldwide. The magazine’s key staff includes exiled writers living on Sampsonia Way, a street in Pittsburgh that spans cultures and languages, which was conceived with their advice from within their own experience of exile and repression. Just as the physical Sampsonia Way provides a home for exiled writers in a revitalized community, SampsoniaWay.org aims to be a virtual home that mobilizes a widely dispersed international public to protect writers and writing by engaging writers and non-writers in a virtual community and by becoming a source for research and dialogue.

Fiction, Poetry, NonFiction English
Yes Contributor Copies
Mr. Cogito Press

After a few years of sleep Mr. Cogito has returned to life. He had lived for more than twenty years. His model was the great Polish poet Zbigniew Herbert. Now we are looking once again for poems that have strength of image, sound, concept and feeling -- poems that also relate to the social realities of the poet's time and place.

Chapbook Poetry English
Yes None
Hanging Loose Press

The first issue of Hanging Loose magazine was published in 1966. The name was inspired by the format -- mimeographed loose pages in a cover envelope -- and that, in turn, was inspired by a very low budget. But the format was also meant to get across a point of view: that poetry is for now, not for the Ages. If you liked a poem, you could pin it to the wall. If you didn’t like a poem, you could use it as a napkin.

Print Journal Poetry, Fiction English
Yes Contributor Copies
California Institute of Arts and Letters

The California Institute of Arts and Letters (CIAL) was founded in 2003 under the vision and leadership of Jeff Munnis. Jeff founded CIAL with the help of Stelli Munnis, Mark Yoslow, and Jessica Duttlinger. We promote the work of contemporary poets through the publishing imprints of Black Zinnias and Pessoa Press. Coimbra Editions publishes poetry in translation and books that explore the process of writing.

Book, Chapbook Fiction, Poetry English
20
Yes Contributor Copies
University of Michigan Press

The University of Michigan Press is a vital component of UM Library's Michigan Publishing, which is the primary academic publishing division of the University. In partnership with our authors and series editors, we publish in a wide range of humanities and social science disciplines. We champion the Library's research and scholarly communication missions through our global digital and print publishing and distribution programs. Together with our authors, we also play a critical role in the teaching and learning mission of the University by applying new pedagogies to the development of instructional materials that promote college success for students. To address the educational and information needs of our regional readers, the Press also produces publications on Michigan and the Great Lakes region.

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

During its long history Oberon has launched the careers of some of Canada’s best-known writers: writers like David Adams Richards, Wayne Johnston, W.P. Kinsella and Rohinton Mistry. We founded two influential anthologies—Best Canadian Stories and Coming Attractions—that continue today to support new and established story writers. We are one of the very few publishers with a continuing commitment to Canadian poetry. We have also published 38 works of French-Canadian fiction in translation, introducing mall of Quebec’s best writers to the rest of Canada. In 1971 we created the national restaurant guide Where to Eat in Canada, now in its 45th edition after selling more than 150,000 copies.

Book Fiction, Poetry, NonFiction English
Yes Unknown
Cleaver Magazine

Cleaver Magazine shares “cutting-edge” artwork and literary work from a mix of established and emerging voices. We publish poetry, short stories, essays, flash prose (500 words or less), visual art, and reviews of poetry books and other small press publications. We publish quarterly, in March, June, September, and December. In each issue we present several emerging writers and at least one emerging visual artist alongside established writers and artists. We see ourselves as facilitators and stewards of the literary and artistic work that we publish.

Fiction, Poetry
4
Yes Contributor Copies
University of Texas Press

The University of Texas Press is a book and journal publisher—a focal point where the life experiences, insights, and specialized knowledge of writers converge to be disseminated in both print and digital formats. Established in 1950, UT Press has published more than 3,000 books over six decades. Under the direction of David Hamrick, the Press produces approximately one hundred new books and eleven journals each year. A list of the Press' Advisory Council Members can be found here. By launching a scholarly press, the University of Texas at Austin made several important statements: books matter; books educate; and publishing good books is a public responsibility and a valuable component of higher education. In the years since, the Press has become a publisher of international scope, issuing works in a wide range of fields. Our books present the results of original research conducted all across the United States and Latin America and in centers of learning throughout the world. Our major areas of concentration are American Studies, Anthropology, Old and New World Archaeology, Architecture, Art History, Classics and the Ancient World, Conservation and the Environment, Film and Media Studies, Latin American and Latina/o Studies, Middle Eastern Studies, Photography, Pre-Columbian Studies, Texas and Western Studies, and Women's Studies.

Book, Print Journal Fiction, NonFiction English
100
Yes Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word, Pro: >0.15/word, Semi-Pro: <0.14/word
P. R. A. Publishing

We are interested in working with translators, foreign based and US authors.

Book, eBook Fiction, Poetry English
Yes Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word
Johns Hopkins University Press

Still inspired by the ideals set forth by President Gilman in 1878, the Johns Hopkins University Press continues to identify and publish works that advance new knowledge, delivering them “far and wide“ in innovative and effective ways.

Book, eBook, Print Journal NonFiction English
Yes Pro: >0.15/word, Contributor Copies
Cypress House

In addition to being a royalty house that has won national and international awards and grants, Cypress House is a full-service book production and promotion compall. We provide manuscript evaluation, editorial services, typesetting, cover design, forms filing, marketing and promotion, subsidiary rights assistance, e-book account setup and liaison, and comprehensive consultation services. We specialize in helping new publishers launch their own companies and in helping authors find the right publisher.

Book, eBook Poetry, Fiction, NonFiction, Drama, Graphic Lit English
Yes Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word, Semi-Pro: <0.14/word, Pro: >0.15/word
Vanderbilt University Press

Established in 1940, Vanderbilt University Press is the principal publishing arm of one of the nation's leading research universities. The Press's primary mission is to select, produce, market, and disseminate scholarly publications of outstanding quality and originality. In conjunction with the long-term development of its editorial program, the Press draws on and supports the intellectual activities of the University and its faculty. Although its main emphasis falls in the area of scholarly publishing, the Press also publishes books of substance and significance that are of interest to the general public, including regional books. In this regard, the Press also supports Vanderbilt's service and outreach to the larger local and national community.

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

Tavern Books is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit poetry publisher that exists to print, promote, and preserve works of literary vision, to foster a climate of cultural preservation, and to disseminate books in a way that benefits the reading public.

We focus primarily on poetry in translation from around the world and reprints of titles that have been lost, forgotten, or underrecognized.

Book, Chapbook, Print Journal Poetry English
19
Yes Unknown
Locked Room International

English language versions of foreign locked room mysteries and re-issues of forgotten English language classics

Book, eBook Fiction English
Yes Unknown
Dramatic Publishing

Publishing fine plays since 1885, Dramatic Publishing is committed to developing and serving the authors, artists and educators who comprise the world of theatre. We offer musicals, full-length and one-act plays and high-quality theatrical books suitable for high-school theatre, children's theatre, professional theatre and community theatre. Our catalog includes a full spectrum of plays for every cast size, skill level and audience representing classic works as well as contemporary comedies, dramas and musicals of distinction.

Book Drama English
Yes Semi-Pro: <0.14/word, Token: <0.01/word
Axolotl Magazine

Axolotl derives its name both from the small, aquatic salamander indigenous to Lake Xochimilco in México, and from Julio Cortázar’s short story of the same title. We love straddling languages and straddling locations; love magical realism, slipstream, and fabulism; love fiction, poetry, non-fiction, comics, lists, drama, sequential and non-sequential art, statues, trees, microfiction and prose poems.

Fiction, Poetry, NonFiction, Drama Spanish, English
4
Yes Contributor Copies
Pushkin Press

Pushkin Press was founded in 1997, and publishes novels, essays, memoirs, children’s books—everything from timeless classics to the urgent and contemporary. Our books represent exciting, high-quality writing from around the world: we publish some of the twentieth century’s most widely acclaimed, brilliant authors such as Stefan Zweig, Marcel Aymé, Antal Szerb, Paul Morand and Yasushi Inoue, as well as compelling and award-winning contemporary writers, including Andrés Neuman, Edith Pearlman and Ryu Murakami. Pushkin Press publishes the world’s best stories, to be read and read again.

Book, eBook Fiction, NonFiction, Drama English
Yes Unknown
Tuttle Publishing

"Tuttle is regarded as the premier publisher and seller of books rooted in Asian culture. We span mall diverse categories and topics and are always in search of talent to become part of our elite team. Since 1948, Tuttle has been a leader in the field of Asian cultures, Language and Martial Arts. Today, we currently have a backlist of over 6,000 titles and publish 150 new titles per year. We publish not only our traditional titles but have expanded our categories to include: Advanced Language Learning Tools, Textbooks, Art & Design, Craft Books & Kits, Cookbooks, Religion and Philosophy, Children’s and much more. Tuttle works closely with each individual author to develop a roadmap for success. Our editorial, sales, and marketing staff are available to guide you each step of the way. We offer a hands-on approach from start to finish and beyond. You will have access to state-of- the art marketing tools, public relations counsel and an advisor to assist you in leveraging your sales channels.

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

Sandstone Press was established in 2002 based on the firm belief that an international publishing house could be based in the Highlands of Scotland. We publish fiction and non-fiction books and ebooks. The compall is characterised by high editorial and design standards, internationalism, and a strong engagement with the contemporary world using modern methods. Sandstone Press books have won or been shortlisted for mall literary prizes including the Man Booker, Commonwealth, Arthur C Clarke, Creative Scotland, Green Carnation, Saltire Society, Petrona, Bill Rollinson Prize for Landscape and Tradition, Boardman Tasker, Not the Booker, and Desmond Elliott Awards.

Book, eBook Fiction, Poetry, NonFiction, Drama English
Yes Unknown
New American Press

New American Press seeks to publish new and innovative fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and translations.

Book, eBook, Online Journal Fiction, Poetry, NonFiction, Drama English
Yes Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word
Harper Collins Publishers

HarperCollins Publishers is the second largest consumer book publisher in the world, with operations in 18 countries. With nearly two hundred years of history and more than 120 branded imprints around the world, HarperCollins publishes approximately 10,000 new books every year in 17 languages, and has a print and digital catalog of more than 200,000 titles. Writing across dozens of genres, HarperCollins authors include winners of the Nobel Prize, the Pulitzer Prize, the National Book Award, the Newbery and Caldecott Medals and the Man Booker Prize.

Book, eBook Poetry, Fiction, NonFiction English
Yes Pro: >0.15/word
Calypso Editions

Calypso Editions is an artist-run, cooperative press dedicated to publishing quality literary books of poetry and fiction with a global perspective. We believe that literature is essential to building an international community of readers and writers and that books can serve as a physical artifact of beauty and wonder in a world of digital saturation.

Book, eBook Poetry, Fiction English
Yes Contributor Copies
University of Minnesota Press

The University of Minnesota Press is recognized internationally for its innovative, boundary-breaking editorial program in the humanities and social sciences and as publisher of the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI), the most widely used objective tests of personality in the world. Minnesota also maintains as part of its mission a strong commitment to publishing books on the people, history, and natural environment of Minnesota and the Upper Midwest. Established in 1925, Minnesota is among the founding members of the Association of American University Presses (AAUP).

Book, eBook Fiction, NonFiction English
110
Yes Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word, Semi-Pro: <0.14/word, Pro: >0.15/word
Station Hill Press

In the past, Station Hill has published books in a wide range of disciplines, from core texts in Buddhist and Tai Chi studies to literary novels, memoirs and even a primer on the art of art buying. While open in spirit to our rich and diverse history, we currently are concentrating our attentions on contemporary poetry, both original texts and English translations, and on literary and academic non-fiction. Please note: Station Hill does not accept submissions for anthologies; nor do we publish genre fiction (mysteries, Gothic romances, Westerns, science fiction, or books for children), unless underlying such genre work is a desire to subvert its conventions.

Book Poetry, Fiction, NonFiction English
Yes Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word
Ohio State University Press

Since 1957, it has been the mission of The Ohio State University Press to advance knowledge by disseminating scholarship in the humanities and the social sciences. The Press publishes the highest quality, peer-reviewed scholarly works through its books and journals program, promoting the work of academics throughout the world. As the publishing branch of The Ohio State University, a land-grant and state-supported institution, the Press is also dedicated to serving the university community and the citizens of Ohio through scholarly and popular works about the region’s unique history, diversity, culture, and environment.

Book, Print Journal Fiction, NonFiction, Poetry English
Yes Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word
Coach House Books

Coach House Books is a collaborative operation involving our regular staff and an ever-changing number of people from the writing, artistic, and publishing communities.

Book Poetry, Fiction, Drama, NonFiction
10
Yes Contributor Copies
University of Toronto Press

Founded in 1901, University of Toronto Press (UTP) is Canada's leading scholarly publisher and one of the largest university presses in North America. UTP has published over 6,500 books, with well over 3,500 of these still in print. The Scholarly Publishing division produces approximately 175 titles per year, and the Higher Education division publishes around 25 titles per year. The Press has published dozens of notable authors, including Northrop Frye, Robertson Davies, Harold Innis, Marshall McLuhan, Yousuf Karsh, Michael Bliss, Carl Berger, Umberto Eco, and Julia Kristeva, and has produced some of the most important books ever published in Canada, such as the Historical Atlas of Canada, the Dictionary of Canadian Biography, the Encyclopedia of Canada’s Peoples, and the History of the Book in Canada. With the publication of these landmark titles, as well as a continuing dedication to groundbreaking new scholarship, UTP has firmly established its reputation for excellence.

Book, eBook, Print Journal NonFiction English
Yes Unknown
CyPress Publications

CyPress Publications strives to publish books that make a positive difference in our world, whether it's introducing children to homelessness and what they can do prevent it; or encouraging them not only to dream, but also to work to make their dreams come true. Our books enlighten, entertain, and enrich our readers.

Book Poetry, Fiction, NonFiction, Drama, Graphic Lit English
Yes Token: <0.01/word
Vehicule Press

Véhicule Press began in 1973 on the premises of Véhicule Art Inc., one of Canada's first artist-run galleries. The large space occupied by both the gallery and the press at 61 Ste-Catherine St. West was once the Café Montmarte--the renowned jazz club of the 1930s. (See Stepping Out: The Golden Age of Montreal Night Clubs.) Guy Lavoie (designer of the Véhicule Press logo), Annie Nayer, Marshalore, and Vivian Jemelka-White began using equipment inherited from Kenny Hertz's defunct Ingluvin Publications and an idle, ancient ATF Chief 20 printing press originally purchased by artist Tom Dean to print Beaux-Arts magazine.

Book, Chapbook Poetry, Fiction, NonFiction English
Yes Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word
Penn State University Press

Penn State Press is dedicated to publishing books and journals of the highest quality with an emphasis on the humanities and social sciences.

Book, Print Journal NonFiction English
Yes Unknown
Lost Roads Publishers

For over thirty years Lost Roads has published indispensable works of
poetry, literary fiction and translation by emerging and renowned writers.

Book, Chapbook Poetry, Fiction English
Yes Unknown, Token: <0.01/word
Driftless Review

The Driftless Review is published by Platteville Poets, Writers and Editors, LLC, an organization dedicated to showcasing the works of emerging and established writers whose creative journeys have in some way brought them through the Driftless Region: the distinctive landscape of rolling hills and river valleys which join southwest Wisconsin, southeast Minnesota, and northeast Iowa. While we do showcase local writers, we accept submissions from allone.

Poetry, Fiction English
2
Yes Contributor Copies
Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing

William B. Eerdmans Sr., our founder, believed that responsible viewpoints from across the religious spectrum should be given opportunity for expression and that high literary and intellectual standards were of utmost importance. His publishing compall continues to operate according to these beliefs. Thus, deeply rooted in the historic Christian tradition, ecumenical in spirit, open to emerging dialogue with other faiths, Eerdmans continues to commit itself to the life of the religious academy, to the church, and to the role of religion in culture.

Book, eBook Fiction, NonFiction English
Yes Unknown
The Sheep Meadow Press

Founded in 1977, The Sheep Meadow Press is a nonprofit press dedicated to publishing poetry and belles-lettres. Sheep Meadow is attracted to poets of great merit who for one reason or another have been turned away from commercial publishers.

Book, Chapbook Poetry English
Yes Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word
Pusteblume Journal

Pusteblume, a journal of and about literary translation, is published in partnership between Pen & Anvil Press and the Boston University Department of Modern Languages and Comparative Literature. Pen & Anvil also publishes works in translation, in five categories: Pusteblume Books, for original works of contemporary literary prose or poetry in translation into English; World Theater in Translation, dramatic works in reading and performance formats; Nemi Books, an imprint publishing works of an esoteric, ritual, or scriptural nature, in translation into English; Botolph Books, scholarly and nonfiction specialist titles including those translated into English; and Pen & Anvil, for literary works, some of which may be translated from non-English languages of composition. The editorial staff of Pusteblume Journal receives and evaluates all submissions of work in translation for Pen & Anvil.

Book, eBook, Chapbook, Print Journal, Online Journal Fiction, Poetry, Drama English
Yes Contributor Copies
Fordham University Press

Fordham University Press publishes scholarly books in the humanities and social sciences, as well as trade books of interest to the general public. Its list emphasizes philosophy, religion, theology, literature, history, and media studies, and books of both scholarly and general appeal about New York City and the Hudson Valley. The Press also publishes the annual winner of the Poets Out Loud contest; for submission visit Poets Out Loud. The Press does not publish fiction.

Book, eBook English
Yes Pro: >0.15/word
Sarabande Books

The overall mission of our press is encapsulated in the name “Sarabande”--that is, “stylistic sophistication with a wild underside.”

Book, Chapbook, eBook Poetry, Fiction, NonFiction English
Yes Unknown
Harvard Common Press

The Harvard Common Press of Boston, Massachusetts, is one of the nation’s leading publishers of high-quality cookbooks and parenting books. The compall has earned rave reviews from the media as well as a long list of awards and praise for its books, including two James Beard Foundation Book Awards and multiple nominations for James Beard and IACP (International Association of Culinary Professionals) Cookbook Awards. The Harvard Common Press has also been honored by the continuing inclusion of our parenting books on Lamaze International’s “Ten Top Recommended Resources” list.

Book, eBook NonFiction English
Yes Pro: >0.15/word
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
Calyx Books

CALYX exists to nurture women’s creativity by publishing fine literature and art by women. CALYX is committed to: introducing a wide audience to high quality literature and art by women; providing a forum for diversity and underrepresented writers and viewpoints; discovering and publishing emerging and developing writers; preserving publications for future audiences.

Book, Print Journal Poetry, Fiction English
Yes Contributor Copies
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
Stockholm Text

Founded in 2011, Stockholm Text is a Swedish publishing house specializing in Scandinavian crime, a genre we know and love. Our aim is to let booklovers of the world discover and enjoy the exceptional works of authors that have already achieved remarkable success in Sweden and Europe.

Book, eBook Fiction English
20
Yes Unknown
Ohio University Press & Swallow Press

Ohio University Press is the largest university press in Ohio. With more than 1,000 books in print, the Press publishes between 40 and 50 books each year by authors in the United States and around the world. Some of our books have wide appeal as university texts and regional classics, while others make available the results of peer-reviewed and often groundbreaking research in the humanities and social sciences.

Book, eBook Fiction, NonFiction, Poetry English
Yes Unknown
House of Anansi

House of Anansi Press was founded in 1967 by writers Dennis Lee and David Godfrey. Anansi started as a small press with a mandate to publish Canadian writers, and quickly gained attention for publishing authors such as Margaret Atwood, Matt Cohen, Michael Ondaatje, and Erín Moure, as well as George Grant and Northrop Frye. French-Canadian works in translation have always been an important part of the list, and prominent Anansi authors in translation include Roch Carrier, Marie-Claire Blais, Anne Hébert, and France Daigle.

Book, eBook, Chapbook Fiction, NonFiction, Poetry English
Yes Unknown
Coffee House Press

We fulfill our mission by publishing books that advance the craft of writing; books that present the dreams and ambitions of peoples who have been under-represented in published literature; books that help establish a new common ground for all Americans.

Book Fiction, Poetry, NonFiction
Yes 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
Dalkey Archive Press

Founded in 1984, Dalkey Archive Press "was and is a hopelessly quixotic venture" devoted to publishing the best contemporary literature from across the world.

Book Fiction, Poetry, NonFiction English
Yes Pro: >0.15/word
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
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
Persea Books

The aim of the press is to publish works that endure by meeting high standards of literary merit and relevance. We have often taken on important books other publishers have overlooked, or have made significant discoveries and rediscoveries, whether of a single work or writer's entire oeuvre. Our books cover a wide range of themes, styles, and genres. We have published poetry, fiction, essays, memoir, biography, titles of Jewish and Middle Eastern interest, women's studies, American Indian folklore, and revived classics, as well as a notable selection of works in translation.

Book, eBook Fiction, NonFiction, Poetry English
Yes Unknown, Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word
Louisiana State University Press

Founded in 1935, LSU Press quickly established itself as one of the nation’s outstanding scholarly presses and continues to garner national and international accolades, including four Pulitzer Prizes. For over 80 years, LSU Press has published significant works of scholarship and preserved Louisiana's history and culture.

Print Journal, Book 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
Bandanna Books

Bandanna Books is an adventure— into the truth of fiction, into the roots of modern culture, into the meaning of life (as some serious thinkers have interpreted it).

Book, eBook Fiction, Poetry, Drama English
10
Yes Contributor Copies
QED Press

Welcome to the QED Press Web Site; QED Press is an award-winning publisher of books focused on health and healing; we hope you find something useful. Use the links on the left to find out more about our books and the people who create them.

eBook, Book NonFiction English
Yes Token: <0.01/word
Blackwell Publishers

Wiley is a global provider of content-enabled solutions to improve outcomes in research, education and professional practice with online tools, journals, books, databases, reference works and laboratory protocols. With strengths in every major academic, scientific and professional field, and strong brands including Wiley Blackwell and Wiley VCH, Wiley proudly partners with over 800 prestigious societies representing two million members.

Print Journal, Book, eBook NonFiction English
Yes Semi-Pro: <0.14/word
Schocken Books

Schocken Books, founded by Salman Schocken in Germall in 1931, began publishing in the United States in 1945. Building upon its historic commitment to publishing Judaica, Schocken’s authors include Franz Kafka, Harold S. Kushner, Joan Nathan, Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, and Elie Wiesel.

Book Fiction, Poetry, NonFiction English
20
Yes Pro: >0.15/word, Contributor Copies
Harvard University Press

Founded in 1913, Harvard University Press is the publisher of such classic works as John Rawls’s A Theory of Justice, E. O. Wilson’s On Human Nature, and Helen Vendler’s Dickinson, and continues to be a leading publisher of convergent works in the sciences, humanities, and social sciences. HUP’s publication program, which includes important new digital projects and platforms, is driven by the belief that books from academic publishers are more essential than ever before for understanding critical issues facing the world today.

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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.

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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.

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Stone Bridge Press

Stone Bridge Press publishes books about Asia, especially Japan and China, that provide information, entertainment, and insight to readers of English throughout the world.

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Ibex Publishers

Since 1979 Ibex hasbeen committed to publishing works which introduce the best of the Persian language, literature, culture and history to the world.

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co•im•press

co•im•press (collaborative—cooperative—immediate) is a nonprofit literary micropress that publishes strange, transgressive, or “unpublishable” poetry, prose, and translations by unsung or under-sung authors and translators. We seek texts that meet the needs of an audience craving a precise combination of formal and linguistic rigor mixed with emotional complexity and dis-ease. The press obsesses over the visceral-mystical, a poetics in which authors explore the body's inherent excesses, strangenesses, pains, vices, traumas, possessions, leakings, effusions, preoccupations, losses, urges, and failings in the pursuit of hard-won discoveries and wisdom.

co•im•press has an unabashed favoritism toward underrepresented writers working in Chicago and the Midwest. It is Chicagoist.

co•im•presss seeks to keep its authors’ works available using emergent, state-of-the-art, and sustainable technologies.

co•im•press is dedicated to working with authors and translators who want to learn about the publishing process; are interested in collaborating on innovative fundraising, networking, and production solutions; and are eager to brainstorm ideas for marketing and promoting their own work through reading tours, events, word of mouth, grassroots initiatives, and ingenious publicity stunts.

co•im•press recognizes the following presses and journals, among others, as allies sharing in the micropress mission: Action Books, Anomalous Press, Birds LLC, Birds of Lace, Black Ocean, Bloof Books, dancing girl press, Entropy, Fence Books, Les Figues, Noemi Press, Octopus Books, [PANK]/Tiny Hardcore Press, PARAGRAPHITI, Radioactive Moat, smoking glue gun, Spork Press, Switchback Books, TENDE RLOIN, Ugly Duckling Presse. If you like their work, you'll probably like ours, too.

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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.

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Paragon House Publishers

Paragon Book Reprint Corp. was incorporated in 1963 in New York City with an emphasis on reprinting books in Asian philosophy. In 1981, the International Cultural Foundation purchased the compall and expanded it to a mid-size publishing house to support religious scholars, philosophers, social theorists, and scientists writing on issues affecting contemporary life, and began doing business as Paragon House. In 1996, the main office moved to St. Paul, Minnesota. In 2006, ownership was transferred to Professors World Peace Academy.

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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.

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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.

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Peter Lang Publishing

The Peter Lang Publishing Group is based in Switzerland with publishing offices located around the world.

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Loyola Press

Loyola Press is much more than a publishing compall. As a Jesuit Ministry, we strive to help you find God in all things and develop a deep, personal relationship with Christ.

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Duke University Press

Duke University Press, internationally recognized as a prominent publisher of books and journals, publishes approximately 120 books annually and over 40 journals, as well as offering five electronic collections.

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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
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Quercus

Quercus specialises in commercial fiction, non-fiction and children’s publishing in digital and print formats and incorporates the prestigious MacLehose Press, Jo Fletcher Books and Heron Books imprints. Founded in 2004, Quercus has in its short life won mall awards including Small Publisher of the Year in 2007, the Costa Book of the Year Award in the same year for Stef Penny’s Tenderness of Wolves, Independent Publisher of the Year in 2008 and Publisher of the Year in 2011.

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Bloodaxe Books

Bloodaxe Books has revolutionised poetry publishing in Britain over the past 35 years. Internationally renowned for quality in literature and excellence in book design, our authors and books have won virtually every major literary award given to poetry, from the T.S. Eliot Prize and Pulitzer to the Nobel Prize. And books like the Staying Alive trilogy have broken new ground by opening up contemporary poetry to mall thousands of new readers.

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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.

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Scripta Humanistica

Scripta Humanistica (R) is the sequel to the literary series Studia Humanitatis (R), founded by Professor Bruno Damiani, of the Catholic University of America in 1973. Scripta Humanistica continues the commitment to excellence established by Studia Humanitatis, a commitment ensured by the ongoing service of distinguished Advisory Board members, who, along with several other experts, have assisted in the editorial process to produce outstanding scholarly works.

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New Rivers Press

New Rivers Press is interested in literary work of every character, but especially in diverse work that's aesthetically challenging and has a social conscience. Our Mall Voices Project competition (Sept. 15 - Nov. 1) seeks the best new literary prose and poetry from new and emerging writers. Our Electronic Book Series (July 1 – Sept. 1) seeks manuscripts in popular fiction genres. During open submissions (May), we are interested in reading the best work from writers in all stages of their careers. Founded in New York in 1968, the not-for-profit Press has now published over 330 books.

Book, eBook Poetry, Fiction, NonFiction English
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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.

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Carolina Wren Press

Carolina Wren Press is a very small, independent publisher with an interest in voices from beyond the mainstream. We publish prose and poetry by underrepresented writers such as women, people of color, authors with disabilities, LGBT authors, and experimental writers at the rate of 2-3 books per year. Very occasionally (e.g., once every few years), we publish a children’s book that we feel can improve children’s lives by helping them deal with disease, difference, gender issues, bullying, etc.

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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.

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ONE

We are pleased to announce that ONE, a new imprint of Pushkin Press, will launch with its first title in October this year! Our list will feature one exceptional fiction or non-fiction title per season, selected and edited by Elena Lappin. Drawing on her expertise as literary scout and magazine and book editor, Lappin will select the best writing by new or established authors whose extraordinary voices, talent and vision deserve a wide readership and media focus.

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Cold Hub Press

A small press based in New Zealand. Along with work by New Zealand poets, Cold Hub Press publishes contemporary international poetry, including bi-lingual editions with translations by distinguished translators.

Chapbook, Book Poetry English
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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.

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Parlor Press

We are especially interested in collections that use language to dramatize a singular vision of experience, a mastery of craft, a deep knowledge of poetic tradition, and a willingness to take risks. The series is oriented toward free verse, but we will happily consider other forms.

Book, eBook Poetry, Fiction English
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Kent State University Press

The Kent State University Press is the publishing arm of Kent State University. Our imprint is controlled by an editorial board composed of Kent faculty scholars. As a member of the Association of American University Presses, the Press is included in the select group of more than 100 university-sponsored scholarly presses, whose outstanding programs make them an important segment of the academic and publishing communities.

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Argos Books

Argos Books is an independent literary press, founded in 2010 by three poet-translators. Our aim is to support poetry, hybrid genres, translation, and collaboration, with a special interest in work that crosses cultural and national borders. While publishing innovative work is our primary focus, we are also invested in facilitating critical dialogues among communities, genders, and languages. We have two curated series with the goal of engaging with diverse work in unexpected ways: the Little Anthology series, small anthologies that capture a community, subject or point of view, and Side by Side, collaborations between artists and writers.

Chapbook Poetry English
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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.

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Phoneme Media

Phoneme Media is a nonprofit publishing and film production house, fiscally sponsored by PEN Center USA, committed to discovering international writers, translators, and artists, and connecting them to new audiences around the world.

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Bellevue Literary Press

Bellevue Literary Press is devoted to publishing literary fiction and nonfiction at the intersection of the arts and sciences because we believe that science and the humanities are natural companions for understanding the human experience. With each book we publish, our goal is to foster a rich, interdisciplinary dialogue that will forge new tools for thinking and engaging with the world.

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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
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Quest Writer's Conference

The Quest Writer’s Conference, held at the intersection of sea and sky, glacial mountain and temperate rainforest, is itself a crossroads for each writer who attends. Faculty of the conference are chosen for their generosity and ethics as teachers as surely as for the brilliance of their art. These poets who also write prose, hybridizers of fiction and non-, startlers of memoir, essay assayers, masters of sound, image, and style offer their experience writing at crossroads to open unlimited possibility for participants writing in all forms. Fellows and Scholars offer their unique and expert gifts to all participants. Every conference attendee is invited to both give and grow in a vibrant, intensive atmosphere of radically transformative community and joyous development of individual craft.

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Garnet Publishing

Garnet Publishing, a division of Garnet Publishing Ltd. publishes trade books in the fields of architecture, art, fiction, nonfiction, cookery and travel, and also in the areas of culture, history and religion.

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Blue Lyra Review

Our aim is to unite writers and artists from a diverse array of backgrounds, paying special homage to the voices of Jewish writers and those from other underrepresented communities. Overall, we look for quality and do not exclude looking at work from all writer.

Online Journal, Print Journal Poetry, Fiction, NonFiction English
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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
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Seagull Books

Seagull Books, working out of Calcutta, India, with offices in London and New York, focuses on publishing world literature in English translation, serious non-fiction, culture studies, performance studies, art and cinema, with a lot of attention on exquisite design and world-class production. Since 2005, Seagull Books (London), as an international, still independent publisher, has ventured into newer fields of publishing, including series of English translations of fiction and non-fiction by major African, European, Asian and Latin American writers. It now boasts of a backlist of over 300 titles. Beginning with authors such as Guillaume Apollinaire, Jean-Paul Sartre, Roland Barthes, Jorge Luis Borges, Theodor W. Adorno, Aimé Césaire, Thomas Bernhard, Edward Said, André Gorz, Satyajit Ray, Peter Weiss and Max Frisch, Seagull Books now represents major contemporary writers such as Yves Bonnefoy, Philippe Jaccottet, Hans Magnus Enzensberger, Mahasweta Devi, Peter Handke, Pascal Quignard, Hélène Cixous, Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, Sibylle Lewitscharoff, Marc Augé and mall more. The hallmark 'Africa List' brings forth writers such as Ngugi wa Thiong'o, Maryse Condé, Ivan Vladislavić, William Kentridge, Kossi Efoui and Abdourrahman A. Waberi. European writers lesser known to the English-speaking world are also showcased by Seagull—Ralf Rothmann, Tilman Rammstedt, Inka Parei, Dorothee Elmiger, Tomas Espedal, Pedro Carmona-Alvarez . . . The list expands as we write! In 2012, Seagull author Mo Yan was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature, while in 2015, Laszlo Krasznahorkai, who Seagull is about to publish, received the prestigious Man Booker International Prize.

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Seven Stories Press

Founded in 1995 in New York City and named for the seven authors who committed to a home with a fiercely independent spirit, Seven Stories Press publishes works of the imagination and political titles by voices of conscience. While most widely known for its books on politics, human rights, and social and economic justice, Seven Stories continues to champion literature, with a list encompassing both innovative debut novels and National Book Award–winning poetry collections, as well as prose and poetry translations from the French, Spanish, German, Swedish, Italian, Greek, Polish, Korean, Vietnamese, Russian, and Arabic.

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