EVENTS | ABOUT | MAILING LIST | PAST PARTICIPANTS
March 19-26, 2022
A home for experimental writing.
Books & Journal
Publishes fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, comics, & more.
Handmade chapbooks (and more) since 2015.
A woman-run indie press that publishes literary fiction, nonfiction, poetry, hybrid.
Publishing simple, powerful writing that explores the truth of our time.
Chicago-based novella & chapbook publisher of “fine” “literature.”
An award-winning online arts and culture magazine, published since 2009.
An independent poetry press publishing fierce, feminist poetry.
Poetry chapbooks + Touch the Donkey [journal], etc.
Books, Journal & Author Services
Journal of defamiliarized and experimental writing.
501(c)3 non-profit literary press collective founded in 2000.
An independent, not-for-profit publisher of hybrid genres
Publishes works of the highest quality & presents them to enhance the reader's experience.
Layout/typesetting, copyediting, proofreading, project management, & indexing
Devoted publishing space for chronically ill, neurodivergent, & disabled poets and writers.
Run by WCSU MFA students and celebrates "rediscovery."
Publishing house at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.
Publishes individual collections to help poets connect to their communities.
From Austin, TX and focused on publishing impressive work from diverse voices.
Books & Author Services
An independent publisher of contemporary poetry, fiction, & creative nonfiction.
A chapbook collaboration from Pelekinesis and Shrimper Records.
A literary Inland Empire publishing company celebrating 10 years
An independent and volunteer-run literary publishing project.
An imprint of comedy website the Weekly Humorist.
A feminist horror press, publishing stories which challenge the status quo.
A Portland-based publisher that produces poetry, fiction, and nonfiction.
Based in Toronto with the mission to publish diverse speculative books.
Publishes work that evokes a sense of place, which is broadly defined.
Small Harbor Publishing runs both Harbor Review and Harbor Editions.
Publishes first and second collections of poetry by self-identified women.
Platform for stories that build bridges, tear down walls, & speak truth to power.
An award-winning independent publisher.
Investigating how place shapes identity, imagination, & understanding.
A nonprofit publisher with the mission to bring the world into conversation.
Publishes collections of short stories and poetry that are weird & wonderful.
A nonprofit publisher of poetry, translation, & experimental nonfiction.
Publishes some of the best in contemporary writing.
Publishes books: fiction, historical fiction, and history.
Dedicated to courageous voices, fiction, nonfiction, essays, & memoirs.
A transnational press publishing experimental poetry & poetry-in-translation.
Journal of mostly poetry & photography, & small editions of chapbooks
Publishes nonconformist, aesthetically self-determined literature.
Malarkey Books publishes books and zines as well as online literature.
Publishes under-told stories and republishes under-read classics.
Publishing & promoting the best place-based work being made today.
An independent press, founded in 1998, publishing fiction and nonfiction.
Seeks to publish books that enrich lives & make the world a better place.
Small press specializing in handmade books & trans-genre weirdness.
Hand-makes limited editions + artist books, hand setting real metal type
Perennial Press archives truths through fiction, art and poetry.
We publish interesting books that are a bit on the fringe: Fiction, Poetry, Translation.
Boundary-breaking prose books
Independent. Artisan. Dangerous. Collectable Editions + Trade Paperbacks
An independent book publisher based in Portland, Oregon.
Editors, designers, & marketers from strategy through distribution
Attempts to restore degradation and degeneracy to the literary arts.
A lil' indie pub based out of CA publishing an online lit mag & books of all kinds!
An online poetry journal built on the belief that every poet has their sound.
Flash, micro-prose, short-shorts, prose poems; hybrid writing, 1,000 words or less.
Astrophil Press publish a variety of aesthetic traditions that explore the possibilities.
An independent literary press that publishes poetry, fiction, and translations.
Toad Press publishes chapbook-length translations of poetry and prose.
Publishes original works demonstrating genius, eclecticism, and originality.
Publishing innovative books of memoir and fiction for 30 years.
Publishing transgressive literature and art, on the web and in books, since 1998.
Bell Press publishes literary anthologies on a variety of forms and genres.
the museum of americana is an online review dedicated to prose, poetry, art, and music.
A single edition art & recipe zine that combines old Hollywood and outer space.
Queen of Swords Press is a small press specializing in fiction from out of this world.
Chicago press publishing poetry & creative nonfiction from emerging writers.
Publishing chaotic & investigative work in all genres.
Indie press that's been publishing diversely for ten years. (Chapbooks).
Our go-to spell? Art + Ideas = Magic.
Nice people who publish good books in most genres.
A nonprofit begun in 1979. We publish a few books and chapbooks each year.
We are a bilingual press, publishing books in English and Spanish.
Publisher of short critical and historical books about classic video games.
Founded in 2018 to produce awesome books for young readers, PB-YA.
Indie press who releases collections & books w/ queer & QTBIPOC representation.
Lyrical to experimental: We publish work that is subtle, conscious and aware.
Publishing new and established voices since 1966.
Publishing contemporary poetry & short prose in translation.
A very cool, female run, indie press publishing experimental poetics, prose & autofiction.
Dark urban fantasy, horror, & fantasy novels, comics, & graphic novels.
Writewords Press is a small, grassroots literary publisher in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Committed to publishing irresistible, unforgettable prose and poetry.
San Antonio-based publishing company that specializes in Chicanx literature.
Publishing handmade, limited-run chapbooks and full-length books since 2014.
Forest Avenue Press publishes literary fiction on a joyride and the occasional memoir.
Sublunary Editions is a small press based in Seattle, Washington.
Vine Leaves Press blurs the line between mainstream and experimental works.
A repository of literature, art + music, including Sleepingfish magzine.
A small, independent, lesbian-run press publishing LBT books of poetry.
Believes in literature’s practical ability to create sympathy & a better world.
Slow and steady wins in the end, even in publishing.
A heavy metal acid trip via literature. Publishing books for the end of the world.
Tiny by design, publishing poetry in both paperback & handmade chapbook series.
Founded in 1986, HFR is a lit mag edited by the MFA students at Arizona State.
word west is an independent publisher and online writing school based in New York.
Slim volumes of wide ranging literary works in letterpress printed dust jackets.
Tiny new editor-run literary press publishing quality books that are timely and timeless.
An indie press based in Georgia, we work in poetry and literary translations.
Hand-crafted books that explore our sociopolitical & economic fabric.
Independent cross-cultural, multilingual, experimental press.
A biannual digital journal
Hand-assembled editions which excite the limits of the erotic.
A trans, disabled/Mad, and Viet poet writing monstrous and divine trauma narratives
Blackwater Press is a small press with titles in fiction and memoir.
Deixis Press is an independent publisher of fiction, usually with a darker edge.
Radically illegible, genre (b)ending work by Mad creators. Rants welcome.
We publish excellent novels written by working musicians and musicians at heart.
A poetry and travel independent publisher of work by Harry Matthews.
We love to share stories from around the world that remind us of connection.
A tinier imprint of Pink Plastic House, a tiny journal, with work by Kristin Garth.