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Publishers of Poetry

This page contains links to the on-line presence of print publishers. Generally, they post samples of their publications and guidelines for submission.

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  • Abbey Press, Irish Poetry and Prose published out of Newry. Information about the books and authors they publish.
  • ABRAXAS Press publishes contemporary poetry, with a special emphasis on the lyric mode.
  • American Literary Review
  • The Antigonish Review is a quarterly literary journal published by St. Francis Xavier University.
  • Ars Interpres Russian-American Publishers based in New York. Bilingual books of poetry.
  • Arte Publico Press the oldest and largest publisher of U.S. Hispanic literature.
  • Ash Canyon Review, biannual poetry magazine partial to rich imagery and metaphor shedding light on familiar ground. Submissions, contests and events.
  • Ascent Aspirations Press, publishers of Ascent Aspriations Magazine (on-line) and
  • The Atlantic Monthly, an excellent companion to the journal. The poetry pages are here.
  • The Astrophysicist's Tango Partner Speaks is certainly a mouthful. Their site features the work of one poet, and also includes submission guidelines and a list of links.
  • Aurelius Publishing, a Flemish publisher, presents some poems and stories in English.
  • Autonomedia/Semiotext(e), on-line catalog and reviews.
  • Barrow Street, the home page of the New York City literary magazine and reading series.
  • Be-Mused Publications, publishers of books and a journal
  • The Bellingham Review table of contents for current issue, submission guidelines.
  • The Beloit Poetry Journal, samples, guidelines for submission, information on contests they sponsor.
  • Between the Lines - Interviews with Poets, a publisher of interviews with established poets. Excerpts available on-line.
  • Bloodaxe Books U.K.-based publisher of poetry, fiction, photography and education.
  • Boston Review, a political and literary forum. Their site made Lycos top 5%.
  • BOA Editions Limited, publishes volumes of poetry by many prominent authors, including Lucille Clifton, Li-Young Lee
  • Biographical Publshing Company, a press that offers services to authors who would like to self-publish.
  • Brooklyn Review Online, submission information and samples of recent issues are available.
  • Capilano Review, Vancouver, B.C. based literary magazine.
  • Carcanet in Manchester, U.K., their site has a searchable catalog of books they publish.
  • The Chicago Review an international journal of writing and critical exchange published quarterly. Samples and guidelines for submission are on their site.
  • The Circle, "where culture and subculture meet."
  • Clackamas Review, semi-annual journal edited and published at Clackamas Community College in Oregon City, Oregon.
  • Colorado Review, samples, guidelines, and information on the Evil Companions Literary Award.
  • Consortium Book Sales & Distribution Links to over 65 small presses distributed by Constortium. Their site has sections for booksellers, individuals, and publishers.
  • Copper Canyon Press has a searchable online catalog of books they publish, contact information. Also features a calendar section listing poetry readings and booksignings, and sections for press releases, and links.
  • Crab Orchard Review, a biannual published out of Souther Illinois University Carbondale.
  • Cream City Review -publishes fiction, non-fiction, poetry.
  • Creative Communication, publishers of Poetic Power, promotes contests through primary and secondary schools and publishes anthologies of young writers.
  • Crowd a new print magazine featuring poetry, fiction, non-fiction, photography.
  • Curbstone Press is a non-profit publishing house dedicated to literature that reflects a commitment to social change, with an emphasis on writing from Latin America and Latino communities in the United States.
  • Cyberwit, publishers of the Taj Mahal Review and some anthologies of poetry.
  • Doubletake, a journal of literature and photography. Their site has an area for teachers.
  • Drowningman.net, an excellent site containing links to over 300 literary publications.
  • dPress, a small press operating out of Alaska.
  • Enitharmon Press, an independed London-based publisher of poetry.
  • Ephraksis, a print journal published out of Sacremnto, CA.
  • Fence Magazine, an independent journal based in New York City.
  • Fine Madness, samples of work in past issues, subscription information, guidelines.
  • Firstwriter.com, a site and publication for beginning poets and writers.
  • Five Leaves Publications, a small press based in Nottingham, UK specializing in secular Jewish literature.
  • The Florida Review, published twice yearly. Each issue includes fiction, poetry, and literary nonfiction.
  • Forklift, Ohio, a Journal of Poetry, Cooking, and Light Industrial Safety, a journal of poetry edited by Matt Hart and Eric Appleby
  • Georgia Review samples of work, submission guidelines, and information on the reading series run by the magazine.
  • Graywolf Pressis a non-profit, literary publisher located in St. Paul, Minnesota that specializes in poetry, fiction, and cultural criticism.
  • hardPressed poetry, publisher and distributor of Irish poetry.
  • Hollow Hills Publishing, a British publisher of electronic books. They publish fiction and poetry
  • Hunger Magazine, bi-annual, international magazine of poetry and prose. Past contributors have included Antonin Artaud and Anne Waldman.
  • Ice Floe Press, a journal and press focusing on work from the far North, but on all sides of the Pole.
  • Indiana Review, a biannual literary review managed by Indiana University graduate students
  • Interactive Publishing, an Australian print and electronic publishing company that also offers self-publishing services to authors.
  • Island Hills Books, a publisher of poetry and prose focusing on books with "a spirit of the place."
  • Katabasis, a London-based publisher of poetry and prose from Britain and Latin America.
  • The Kenyon Review highlights from the magazine, events, summer writing programs, and submission guidelines.
  • Klang, a Seattle-based magazine. Their site has samples from previous issues.
  • Light and Dust, from here you can go to their online exhibit of poets, or to their backlist catalog. Recommended.
  • Literal Latte a literary journal available for free in many NYC coffee houses. "I'll have a Venti."
  • *rave*!Litline, a non-profit web site for the independent literary community. Includes links to many small presses. Highly recommended as a reference for ordering books and submitting works.
  • Many Mountains Moving features fiction, poetry, essays, and art by contributors worldwide.
  • The Many Press has published around eighty separate items ­ books, pamphlets and broadsheets, as well as two magazines.
  • Marlboro Review fiction, poetry, translations and essays.
  • Matter is an annual collection of fiction, poems and screenplays, from established guest authors and the best of the writing MA at Sheffield Hallam University.
  • Mélange, both an on-line and print journal of poetry and prose published out of Pennsylvania.
  • Michigan Quarterly Review, University of Michigan's flagship journal.
  • Milkweed Editions is an award-winning, nonprofit literary publisher of high-quality books that places an emphasis on cultural diversity, environmental stewardship, exceptionally crafted poetry, and insightful literature for adults and children in the middle grades.
  • Mississippi Review posts samples from current and back issues, submission guidelines.
  • The Missouri Review, a highly-regarded magazine published out of the University of Missouri.
  • Mr. Cogito an on-line journal of poetry and press.
  • The Modern Review, a new quarterly journal appearing in September 2005.
  • New Delta Review, a journal of fiction, poetry and essays affiliated with the MFA program at Louisana State University.
  • New England Review, published out of Middlebury college, posts samples and submission guidelines.
  • New York Quarterly, literary magazine established 1969 by William Packard. They also have a reading series at Cornelia Street Cafe in NYC.
  • Orchises Press is a small literary and general publisher located outside of Washington, D.C. that publishes five to eight books a year and has currently a list of roughly sixty titles. Editor, Roger Lathbury.
  • Pen & Inc, a new UK-based independent publisher of poetry and fiction.
  • The People's Poet, a collective of poets from around the globe. They publish two magazines and recently issued an anthology.
  • Plougshares, a magazine of poetry and fiction. Each issue is guest-edited by a prominent writer.
  • Poetic Legacy, an online poetry ezine, editor Michael Lee Johnson, author of The Lost  American
  • The Poetry Business publishes contemporary poetry books, cassettes, and a literary magazine, The North
  • Poetry International is an annual journal of poetry published out of San Diego University.
  • Poetry Life, on-line presence of the UK journal. Their site has winners of their annual contests.
  • Poetry Salzburg, poetry books in English published at the University of Salzburg. They also publish the Poetry Salzburg Review.
  • jo, publisher of poetry and fiction.
  • Potato Hill Poetry publishes books poetry books for the educational market.
  • Prairie Schooner a magazine of poetry and fiction. Sponsors many prizes for works published in their magazine.
  • Quarterly Review of Literature Poetry Series publishes from four to six new books of poetry--collections, long poems, poetic plays, and translations--in each volume.
  • Quarterly West a nationally distributed literary magazine which publishes fiction, poetry, reviews, creative nonfiction and art.
  • Rattapallax, the on-line presence of the journal and press of the same name. A catalog of books they publish and information on their published poets.
  • Re-invention UK, Ltd, a new British based publishing company, which specializes in charity anthologies.
  • Red Crane Books publishes a few poetry titles every year along with cookbooks, literature, art, essays, Native American, gardening, etc.
  • The Richmond Review publishes poetry, fiction, essays, and writing on film.
  • Sewanee Review guidelines, submission information, samples.
  • Shambhala Publications a publisher of titles in a varietry of categories, espcially Eastern philosophy. They also publish poetry. Their site has an online, searchable catalog, and a links page.
  • Shenandoah, includes samples from the journal, a history, writers' guidelines, and more.
  • A Small Garlic Press a publisher of chapbooks based in Illinois, US. Their site has an on-line catalog and submission information.
  • Story Line Pressis an independent, non-profit literary press publishing Rita Dove, Louis Simpson, Donald Justice, and others. They award the Nicholas Roerich Poetry Prize for a first book.
  • Stride Publicationsa literary book publisher that grew out of the magazine of the same name.
  • Sub-terrain, a literary magazine out of Vancouver Canada
  • Sun & Moon Press This site has a complete catalog along with contest information. An interesting division of S&MP is Green Integer, which publishes more obscure titles by well-known authors.
  • Sycamore Review a nonprofit journal for the artspublished twice annually.
  • Teen Writer's Dream, the on-line presence of the magazine of the same name. Geared toward the 13-20 age group, they have theme-based contests and a lively message board.
  • The Threepenny Review samples of current and past issues, submission guidelines.
  • Tampa Review, the literary journal of the University of Tampa, a biannual hardcover publication. Their site has samples from prvious issues, and subscription information
  • Time Being Books, publishing books of poetry since 1988, including works by Albert Goldbarth and Charles Muñoz
  • TriQuarterly, the international literary magazine at Northwestern University.
  • Two Rivers Press, an independent co-operative press publishing poetry, prose and environmental writing.
  • Wake Forest Press, an American-based non-profit publisher focusing on Irish Poetry
  • White Pine Press is a non-profit literary press established in 1973, publishing literature from around the world. They publish poetry, fiction, essays, short stories and literature in translation.
  • Winedark Sea, a new journal of seeking "surreal, fantastic" poetry and prose.
  • Word Riot Press, publishers of poetry and fiction based in New Hampshire.
  • WORDSANDPOETRY.COM, a subsidy publisher offering manuscript review, critiquing and a monthly poetry contest.
  • Wordworks a nonprofit literary organization founded in 1974, publishes contemporary poetry in collector's editions.
  • Zoo Press, publishes several volumes of poetry a year and sponsors the annual Paris Review Prize.
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