Publisher Database

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

Displaying 401 - 500 of 562
Publication Formats Genre Translated Languages Publication countsort descending Accept unsolicited submissions Payments
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
Le French Book

We are a digital-first publisher of great reads from France: crime fiction, thrillers, short stories, some non-fiction, and more. Bringing the creative world of contemporary France to new readers around the English-speaking world.

Book, eBook Fiction English
No Unknown
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
Dovehouse Editions
Atlantic Books

Atlantic Books is an independent British publishing house. It was founded in February 2000 and published its first book in May 2001. It has since developed a list that has a world-wide reputation for quality, originality and breadth, and includes fiction, history, politics, memoir and current affairs. It won 'Imprint and Editor of the Year' at the British Books Awards in 2005 and 2009, and was 'Independent Publisher of the Year' in 2009. In 2009 Atlantic Books entered a partnership with Australia’s largest independent publisher Allen & Unwin. Atlantic Books are proud to represent key Allen & Unwin titles from their adult list in the UK. In 2010 Atlantic launched a new genre fiction imprint, Corvus, introducing the world of crime, fantasy, historical and women’s fiction into the Compall's expanding list, and satisfying the market's increasing thirst for ebooks. In 2010, Atlantic Books also began publishing a small selection of books on behalf of Grove/Atlantic Inc. in the UK under the Grove Press UK imprint.

Book Fiction, NonFiction English
Gads Forlag
Plamen Press

Our goal as a small press is to take advantage of new developments in
publishing to increase the volume of quality English translations of poetry
and prose originating from Central, Eastern, and Southeastern regions of
Europe.

Poetry, Fiction, Essay
Mayapple Press

Mayapple Press is a highly-selective small press established in 1978 by poet and editor Judith Kerman. We focus on literature not often celebrated by either the mainstream or the avant-garde. This includes poetry which is both challenging and accessible; women’s writing; the rustbelt/rural culture that stretches from the Hudson Valley to the Great Lakes; the recent immigrant experience; poetry in translation; science fiction poetry. We also welcome poetry anthologies, short fiction and science fiction poetry. Publications are in trade paperback formats (30-120 pages). In general, we publish only authors with prior publications with reputable presses or literary magazines. We do not publish books which have been previously self-published, although parts of a longer poetry collection may have appeared in privately-printed chapbooks.

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

Faber and Faber remains one of the last of the great independent publishing houses in London. With the great depth of its backlist, featuring books by no fewer than twelve Nobel Laureates and six Booker Prize-winners, a thriving frontlist and ever-growing e-book list, and new ventures including the print-on-demand Faber Finds imprint, Faber Digital (publisher of the award-winning The Waste Land for iPad App, Faber Academy (the creative writing school), as well as Faber Factory Powered by Constellation, and Faber Factory Plus, the compall continues to go from strength to strength.

Book, eBook Fiction, Poetry, NonFiction, Drama, Graphic Lit English
No Pro: >0.15/word
Black Herald Press

Black Herald Press publishes The Black Herald, a partly-bilingual magazine based in Paris, France, and poetry books.

Book Fiction, NonFiction, Poetry French, English
Yes Contributor Copies
InTranslation
BorderSenses
Molossus

molossus was founded by david shook as an online broadside of world literature in 2010, joined shortly thereafter by creative director brian hewes. today it serves as the online magazine of phoneme media, a not-for-profit publishing and film production house for world literature in translation. molossus accepts unsolicited submissions by email year round, and review copies at the address below, although unsolicited receipt does not guarantee review coverage.

Poetry, NonFiction, Fiction English
Yes None
Grove/Atlantic

Founded in 1917, Atlantic Monthly Press is one of two hardcover imprints of Grove Atlantic. As a book publishing imprint borne out of the venerable Atlantic Monthly magazine, AMP won numerous Pulitzer Prizes and National Book Awards and included the bestselling titles Mutiny on the Bounty; Goodbye, Mr. Chips; Ship of Fools; Fire in the Lake; The Soul of a New Machine; and Blue Highways. In 1986, the press was separated from the magazine by new owners and established as a fully independent publishing house. Under this new leadership in the late 1980s and early 1990s, the press published such authors as Raymond Carver, Ron Chernow (National Book Award 1990), J. P. Donleavy, Richard Ford, Francisco Goldman, Jay McInerney, P. J. O’Rourke, Rian Malan, Jeanette Winterson, Tobias Wolff, Sherman Alexie, Mark Bowden, and Charles Frazier.

Book, Print Journal Fiction, Drama, Poetry, NonFiction English
No Pro: >0.15/word
Harvard Review
Asymptote Blog
Northern Illinois University Press

NIU Press, with more than 600 books currently in print, publishes scholarly and trade books on a variety of topics in the humanities and social sciences. In fulfilling its educational mission, the Press publishes books for both specialists and general readers.

Book NonFiction, Fiction English
Yes Contributor Copies
University of Texas Pan American Press

Established in 1983 as an extension of the teaching mission of Pan American University, the Press serves both the academic community and the community at large. At present, the Press publishes and distributes RiverSedge, a semi-annual literary journal.

Book, Print Journal NonFiction English
Yes Contributor Copies, Unknown
Hispabooks Publishing

Hispabooks is a Madrid-based publishing house specializing in contemporary Spanish fiction in English-language translation. The list of titles includes rising talents and newcomers alongside established authors, mall of them winners of the most prestigious Spanish literary awards and translated into mall languages, and now for the first time into English.

Book, eBook Fiction English
No Pro: >0.15/word
Black Sun Lit
Otis Lab Press

Otis Laboratory Press is a fully functioning letterpress studio with four Vandercook proof presses and over 200 fonts. Established in 1984 by Sheila de Bretteville as part of the Communication Arts Department, the LabPress has a rich history of small edition book publishing, introducing generations of students to the origins of typography and the notion of the book as a visual communications medium. Conceived as a laboratory for aesthetic exploration and a place for practical production, the LabPress is an integral part of the graphic design curriculum. It provides a key link between traditional tools and digital media. Students actively participate and produce award-winning books that have become a permanent part of rare book collections throughout Southern California. - See more at: http://www.otis.edu/laboratory-press#sthash.xrrmnxjH.dpuf

Book Poetry, Fiction
No None
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
Jacar Press

At Jacar Press we believe that writers should be treated with respect and dignity. Writers and publishers should be allies, not antagonists, working together with each other. A writer’s job is to witness the world, and share that witness. This work is difficult and essential. A publisher’s job is to bring that work to readers.

Book, Chapbook Poetry English
Yes Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word
Tarpaulin Sky Press

hallucinatory ... trance-inducing (Publishers Weekly "Best Summer Reads"); warped from one world to another (The Nation); beautifully startling and fucked and funny and tender and sad and putrid and glitter-covered all at once. (VICE); simultaneously metaphysical and visceral ... scary, sexual, and intellectually disarming (Huffington Post); only becomes more surreal (NPR Books); horrifying and humbling in their imaginative precision (The Rumpus); wholly new (Iowa Review); breakneck prose harnesses the throbbing pulse of language itself (Publishers Weekly); the opposite of boring....

Book Fiction, Poetry, NonFiction English
Yes Unknown
Anomalous Press

Anomalous has its sights set on publishing literary text, advancing audio forms and creation, and supporting all sorts of alternative realities of the near future. The online publication is available in both visual and audio forms on various platforms. In March of 2013, Anomalous launched its first round of print chapbooks.

Book, Chapbook Graphic Lit, Poetry, Fiction, NonFiction English
Yes Contributor Copies
Lunch Ticket
Pella Publishing Compall, Inc.

Since 1974, Pella has been committed to the presentation of scholarly works in the field of Greek studies, publishing in the areas of history, sociology, political science, criticism and commentary. Equally important has been our mission to bring the best of modern Greek literature to an English-reading audience, and to nurture contemporary Greek American and American writers, artists, and poets.

Book Fiction, NonFiction, Drama English
Yes Unknown, 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
Les Figues

Les Figues Press is a nonprofit literary organization and award-winning, independent publisher of poetry, prose, visual art, conceptual writing, and translation. Based in Los Angeles, our mission is to create aesthetic conversations between readers, writers, and artists. Les Figues Press publishes five to seven books a year and favors projects which push the boundaries of genre, form, and general acceptability. We also curate and host literary events, including readings, conversations, performances, and art salons. Les Figues Press embraces a feminist criticality and editorial vision. We are interested in work that is aware of itself as a textual body within a history and culture marked (like physical bodies) by constructs of gender, race, class, and sexuality

Book, Chapbook Fiction, Poetry, NonFiction English
Yes Unknown, Token: <0.01/word
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
Dover Publications

Since our founding in 1941, we’ve built our reputation by offering remarkable products at amazing prices. Everyone in the Dover family wants you to be delighted with your purchase. When you shop at Dover, you may do so with complete confidence. We stand behind every product we sell with our unconditional guarantee.

Book, eBook NonFiction, Fiction English
Yes Token: <0.01/word, Semi-Pro: <0.14/word, Pro: >0.15/word
Aunt Lute Books

Aunt Lute Books is dedicated to publishing literature by women whose voices have been traditionally underrepresented in mainstream and small press publishing. Since 1982, Aunt Lute Books has published books that incorporate the histories and lives of women whose stories often go untold, from dramatic works and poetry to memoirs and historical documents. Our aim is to distribute literature that expresses the true complexity of women’s lives and the possibilities for personal and social change. - See more at: http://auntlute.com/about/#mission

Book Fiction, NonFiction English
Limonero
Princeton University Press

Princeton University Press is an independent publisher with close connections, both formal and informal, to Princeton University. As such it has overlapping responsibilities to the University, the academic community, and the reading public. Our fundamental mission is to disseminate scholarship (through print and digital media) both within academia and to society at large. We select for publication only scholarship of the highest quality on all levels regardless of commercial viability: specialized monographs making an original contribution to knowledge within a subdiscipline; titles appealing to a broader range of scholars and professionals in a single discipline; interdisciplinary academic works intended for readers in more than one subject area; and works by scholars aimed at bringing the findings of a discipline to the larger, well-educated reading public. Some titles from all these categories are also eventually used in the classroom as supplemental course reading. We also publish texts specifically intended for student use at the graduate and undergraduate level. We seek to publish the innovative works of the greatest minds in academia, from the most respected senior scholar to the extraordinarily promising graduate student, in each of the disciplines in which we publish. The Press consciously acquires a collection of titles--a coherent "list" of books--in each discipline, providing focus, continuity, and a basis for the development of future publications. Through the publication of works of scholarly significance, Princeton University Press fulfills part of the mission of Princeton University by furthering its fundamental commitment to the dissemination of knowledge.

Book, eBook NonFiction English
Yes Unknown
The Missing Slate
Mcclelland & Stewart, The Canadian Publishers

As “the Canadian Publishers” it is natural that the M&S name should be associated with the fine fiction of mall well-known Canadian authors. M&S takes pride in being the only major trade house in Canada to publish poetry, and is proud of its leading role in publishing books dealing with environmental and Native issues, problems in the justice system, Canadian history and other matters of national concern.

Book, eBook Fiction, NonFiction, Poetry English
No Pro: >0.15/word
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
Fairleigh Dickinson University Press

Established in 1967, Fairleigh Dickinson University Press has published over 1,500 books in the humanities and social sciences, with special strengths in history and literature. Using a rigorous system of peer review by scholars from around the world, the FDU Press Editorial Committee and Advisory Board, composed of university faculty and external scholars, selects manuscripts for publication on the basis of their value to scholarship and understanding.

Book NonFiction English
No Pro: >0.15/word
Black Heron Press

Black Heron Press is a literary press located in Seattle, Washington.We distribute through Midpoint Trade Books. Our books are also available from Ingram, Baker and Taylor, and most regional wholesalers.

Book Fiction English
Yes Contributor Copies
Catamaran Literary Reader
Mexico City Lit Drama, Graphic Lit, Poetry, Fiction, NonFiction, Essay, Review
Monthly Review Press

In May 1949 Monthly Review began publication in New York City, as cold war hysteria gathered force in the United States. The first issue featured the lead article Why Socialism? by Albert Einstein. From the first Monthly Review spoke for socialism and against U.S. imperialism, and is still doing so today. From the first Monthly Review was independent of all political organization, and is still so today. The McCarthy era inquisition targeted Monthly Review's original editors Paul Sweezy and Leo Huberman, who fought back successfully. In the subsequent global upsurge against capitalism, imperialism and the commodification of life (in shorthand “1968”) Monthly Review played a global role. A generation of activists received no small part of their education as subscribers to the magazine and readers of Monthly Review Press books. In the intervening years of counter-revolution, Monthly Review has kept a steady viewpoint. That point of view is the heartfelt attempt to frame the issues of the day with one set of interests foremost in mind: those of the great majority of humankind, the propertyless.

NonFiction English
Yes Unknown
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
Guernica Editions

Guernica Editions is an independent Canadian publisher with a keen eye for literature that dares to cross boundaries: No Borders. No Limits.

Book Fiction, Poetry, NonFiction, Drama English
No Pro: >0.15/word
Buddha's Light Publishing

Buddha’s Light Publishing offers quality translations of classical Buddhist texts as well as works by contemporary Buddhist teachers and scholars. We embrace Humanistic Buddhism, and promote Buddhist writing which is accessible, community-oriented, and relevant to daily life. Founded in 1996 by Venerable Master Hsing Yun as the Fo Guang Shan International Translation Center, Buddha’s Light Publishing seeks to continue Master Hsing Yun’s goal of promoting the Buddha’s teachings by fostering writing, art, and culture.

Book, eBook Fiction, NonFiction English, Chinese
Yes Contributor Copies
The Shoutflower
Journal of Chinese Humanities
Northpoint Press

Farrar, Straus and Compall was founded in 1946 by Roger W. Straus and John C. Farrar. In 1964 Robert Giroux's name was added to the roster and the compall became Farrar, Straus and Giroux. The firm is renowned for its international list of literary fiction, nonfiction, poetry and children's books. Farrar, Straus and Giroux authors have won extraordinary acclaim over the years, including numerous National Book Awards, Pulitzer Prizes, and twenty-two Nobel Prizes in literature.

Book NonFiction English
Yes Unknown
Hohm Press

Hohm Press is committed to publishing books that provide readers with alternatives to the materialistic values of the current culture and promote self-awareness, the recognition of interdependence and compassion. Our subject areas include religious studies, natural health, parenting, women’s issues, the arts and poetry.

Book Fiction, NonFiction English
No Unknown
Cinco Puntos

We are a small, very independent publishing compall rooted here in El Paso, Texas, not three miles north of the U.S. Mexican Border. We are both writers. We started Cinco Puntos because we wanted more time to write and we found as we have moved further and further into the publishing life, that publishing, like writing, is an act of self-discovery. Every book takes us to a new place. Each book leads us into unexpected intellectual terrains. These are places we might have never experienced without the provocation of new books and the business of making and selling them.

Book Fiction, Poetry, NonFiction Spanish, English
No Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word, Semi-Pro: <0.14/word, Pro: >0.15/word
Peacock Journal
Outpost19 Books

Provocative reading. Literary, engaged, independent, forward-leaning. Exceptional fiction. Unexpected essays. Voices to be reckoned with... Our fiction belongs to a broad range of traditions. Our non-fiction explores the different ways we engage our culture and ourselves.

Book, eBook Fiction, NonFiction English
Yes Contributor Copies, 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
Jewish Publication Society

Since 1888 the mission of JPS has been to enhance Jewish literacy and self-understanding with the JPS TANAKH, the most widely read English translation of the Hebrew Bible, Bible commentaries, and hundreds of classic books about Jewish history and thought. As the oldest not-for-profit and non-denominational Jewish publisher in the U.S., JPS publishes works representing the highest levels of scholarship, written in a popular manner. Indeed, “accessible scholarship” remains JPS’s unique niche. Our authors, donors, and readers represent the entire spectrum of the Jewish community.

Book, eBook NonFiction, Fiction English
Yes Unknown
CRWROPPS (Creative Writers Opportunities List)
Antibookclub

Founded in 2011 by Gabriel Levinson, ANTIBOOKCLUB has quickly earned its reputation as being on the cutting-edge of independent publishing through its deep commitment to discovering and unleashing the wild, the outrageous, and the provocative in all its wily forms. From short fiction to memoir to graphic novel to nonfiction and everything in between, we stop at nothing to bring you the books that defy convention and pummel the heart.

Book Fiction, Poetry, NonFiction, Graphic Lit English
Yes
Los Angeles Review of Books
Ars Libri Ltd.

Ars Libri maintains the largest stock in America of rare and out-of-print books on art. Founded in 1976, it has an international reputation as a source for scholars, collectors, artists, and everyone else with an interest in the visual arts.

Book Poetry, Fiction, NonFiction English
0
No
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
Sakura Review

We at Sakura Review consider the page as a site of singularity and belonging, that threshold for history-weaving. We prize deft and thoughtful craft, writing that communicates with a sure sense of its own form. We seek pieces with charisma that endear and entertain us — voices that call on us to stay and listen. We’re committed to publishing writing from diverse voices and experiences, including work in translation. Writing that is brave, however quietly or radically.

Print Journal NonFiction, Fiction, Poetry English
1
Yes Contributor Copies
Cutthroat, A Journal of the Arts and Wings Press

We publish poems, short stories, occasional one act plays and book reviews. Editors are Pamela Uschuk, Beth Alvarado, William Luvaas and William Pitt Root.

Print Journal Poetry, Fiction, Drama English
2
Yes
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
Toad Press

The Toad Press International Chapbook Series publishes contemporary, exciting, beautiful, odd, and avant-garde chapbook-length translations of poetry and prose.

Chapbook Fiction, Poetry, Drama English
2
Yes Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word
Strange Cage

STRANGE CAGE is a family press--two couples, one baby, and two dogs, all with a deep and powerful love of poetry. We once published chapbooks, but now we'll publish new and exciting voices and their FULL-LENGTH COLLECTIONS that challenge, expand, raze, raise, morph, celebrate, destroy, and enshrine poetry.

Chapbook Poetry English
2
Yes Contributor Copies
The Cossack Review

We publish new fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction, with an emphasis on writing that is rich and revealing. We especially look for smart pieces that uncover new truths and emotions.

Print Journal Fiction, NonFiction, Poetry English
2
Yes Contributor Copies
Swedish Book Review

The main aim of Swedish Book Review is to present Swedish literature to the English-speaking world. It carries translated extracts from the works of Swedish writers, a variety of articles and a wide range of reviews. SBR features not only established writers but also new or lesser-known ones and also includes the literature of Swedish-speaking Finland.
SBR’s coverage ranges well beyond popular genre fiction to include literary fiction, non-fiction, poetry, drama and literature for children and young adults. Its seasoned pool of reviewers is a reliable resource for all those seeking information about new books from Sweden.
SBR is editorially independent, but gratefully acknowledges funding from the Swedish Arts Council.

Print Journal Fiction, Poetry, NonFiction English
2
Yes Contributor Copies
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
Exchanges Literary Journal

Exchanges began in 1989–90, as a project of the Iowa Translation Workshop when I was director. The first issue was cyclostyled, the title being copied from Ulalume González de León’s short story “Intercambios,” translated by Stephanie Lovelady, a student in the Workshop. All texts were presented bilingually. The idea was a simple one: to provide a focus, giving workshop members a sense of working towards publication. Iowa, with its unique combination of Creative Writing Program, Literary Translation Program, and International Writing Program, seemed the ideal location for such a project. As editor of Modern Poetry in Translation, which with Ted Hughes I had founded in England, in 1965, I tended to see mall things in terms of magazine publication allway!--Daniel Weissbort

Poetry, Fiction, NonFiction, Drama, Graphic Lit English
2
Yes None
Tarpaulin Sky Magazine

Founded in 2002 as an online literary journal, Tarpaulin Sky published its first paper edition in 2007 and continues to publish new work both online and in print, often curated by guest-editors, focusing on cross-genre/trans-genre/hybrid texts as well as innovative poetry and prose.

Print Journal Fiction, Poetry, NonFiction English
2
Yes Contributor Copies
Salamander Magazine

Salamander, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit literary organization that publishes a biannual magazine of poetry, fiction, memoir, and works in translation. It was founded by Jennifer Barber in 1992 with the aim of publishing a generation of writers reaching artistic maturity and deserving of a wider audience alongside new work by established writers. In addition to the magazine, Salamander, Inc. sponsors events and readings in the Boston area and in New York. Salamander became affiliated with Suffolk University in the fall of 2005. Its annual fiction contest began in 2010.

Print Journal Fiction, Poetry English
2
Yes Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word
EastBridge Books

To publish worthwhile books on Asia for Western readers that will enhance their understanding of and appreciation for the complexity and distinctiveness of the mall Asian cultures and societies. EastBridge places emphasis on original books in English and translations of books into English from their original Asian languages. EastBridge also publishes reprints of significant classic books about Asia.

Book Fiction, NonFiction English
3
Yes Unknown
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
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
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
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
4
Yes Semi-Pro: <0.14/word
december magazine

december invites submissions of poetry, fiction, and creative non-fiction (essays, memoirs, biography, literary journalism, social or cultural commentary or analysis) and visual art that can be reproduced in our print format.

Fiction, NonFiction, Poetry English
4
Yes Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word
The Literary Review

Publishers of contemporary fiction, poetry, and nonfiction. We publish works in translation.

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

We publish chapbooks. We are primarily interested in the non-narrative, the imagistic, the dream-like, the psychedelic and the surreal.

Chapbook Poetry English
4
No None
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
Portland Review

Portland Review has been publishing exceptional local and international writing and art since 1956. The journal is produced by the graduate students in Portland State University’s creative writing, publishing, and English programs.

Print Journal Fiction, NonFiction, Poetry English
4
Yes Contributor Copies
Prairie Schooner

Prairie Schooner’s intention is to publish the best writing available, both from beginning and established writers. Since 1926, we have printed the work of Eudora Welty, Octavio Paz, Tennessee Williams, Weldon Kees, Joyce Carol Oates, Rita Dove, Richard Russo, Reynolds Price, Julia Alvarez, Sharon Olds, and Cornelius Eady, plus scores of others.

eBook, Print Journal Fiction, NonFiction, Poetry English
4
Yes Contributor Copies
Southern Humanities Review

Southern Humanities Review publishes fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction. Translations in all genres have also appeared in the journal. The journal recently established the Auburn Witness Poetry Prize Honoring Jake Adam York, poet and Auburn University alum. $1,000 and publication in SHR will be awarded annually to one poem of witness by an American poet. Full guidelines on our website.

Print Journal Fiction, Poetry, NonFiction English
4
Yes Contributor Copies
Holy Cow! Press

Holy Cow! Press was founded in 1977 by editor/publisher Jim Perlman in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Our first publication was a chapbook of poems by Thomas McGrath to his son entitled LETTERS TO TOMASITO. In the ensuing 25 years, we have published over 70 titles and have moved the press operations to Iowa and Wisconsin, before returning to Minnesota (Duluth) in 1988.

Book, Chapbook Poetry, Fiction, NonFiction English
5
No Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word
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
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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.

Book NonFiction Catalan, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish (Old), Spanish
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Yes Token: <0.01/word, Contributor Copies
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
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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
Diasporic Africa Press, Inc.

Diasporic Africa Press is a non-for-profit publisher of scholarly books about the African world. We value scholarship more than the bottom line or profit margins. As such, we are dedicated to meaningful ideas and projects from veterans and new scholars that help us deliver on our mission. As a service to humanity, we produce and disseminate global African stories laden with integral perspectives, and along the way, partner with the writers of these stories so as to provide high quality and informed scholarship for the global public. We bring untold, sometimes undervalued but always intelligent and well-written stories to you. In so doing, we aim to also feed a global lore that cannot exist without African-based ideas and their worldwide stories.

Book, eBook NonFiction, Fiction English
5
Yes Contributor Copies
Ivy Press

In the USA, Ivy Press aspires to build a bridge between the two cultures. Bulgaria is usually mentioned in the press with uncomplimentary associations. Through poetry, the "soul of a nation", we hope that American readers can become better acquainted with this ancient nation.

Book, Chapbook Poetry English, Bulgarian
5
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Cross-Cultural Communications

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Book Fiction, Poetry English
5
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Library of Arabic Literature

The Library of Arabic Literature series offers Arabic editions and English translations of significant works of Arabic literature, with an emphasis on the seventh to nineteenth centuries. The Library of Arabic Literature thus includes texts from the pre-Islamic era to the cusp of the modern period, and encompasses a wide range of genres, including poetry, poetics, fiction, religion, philosophy, law, science, history, and historiography. Books in the series are edited and translated by internationally recognized scholars and are published in parallel-text format with Arabic and English on facing pages, and are also made available as English-only paperbacks.

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

Anvil Press, founded in 1968, is based in Greenwich, south-east London, in a building off Royal Hill that has been used at various points in its 150-year history as a dance-hall and a printing works. Anvil grew out of a poetry magazine which Peter Jay ran as a student in Oxford and retains its small compall ethos. At present it has no staff other than Peter Jay, its founder, editorial and production director.

Book Poetry English
6
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
Cactus Heart

Cactus Heart is a metaphor for how we believe literature and art should be: the perfect combination of sharp and tender. We seek work that shocks and wounds and delights, that carries joy and terror and mystery.

Print Journal Fiction, Poetry, NonFiction English
6
Yes Contributor Copies
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
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
6
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China Books and Periodicals, Inc.

China Books is the oldest and largest publisher, importer and distributor of books from and about China to North America. Today, as part of Sino United Publishing (Holdings) Ltd family, China Books has expanded with a worldwide distribution network and an ever-increasing list of books and products specializing in Chinese language and culture.

Book Fiction, NonFiction, Poetry English
6
No Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word, Semi-Pro: <0.14/word, Pro: >0.15/word
7Vientos

7Vientos (7V) is a bilingual publishing house that strives to serve the world of confluences that is today’s America. The objective is simple: to promote diversity of cultures by bringing literature previously unavailable in English. We publish works by writers who think outside the box; unorthodox, experimental, and intellectually risky.

Book Fiction, Poetry, Graphic Lit, Drama Spanish, English
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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
Burning Deck Press

Burning Deck began in 1961 as a little magazine. In 1961, poets were supposed to be in opposing camps, often inelegantly—and inaccurately—labeled 'academics' and 'beats'. The two most widely noted anthologies of the time (Donald Allen's The New American Poetry and what was known as "The Hall-Pack-Simpson"), both representing the period 1945-1960, do not contain a single poet in common. Burning Deck Magazine disregarded this split and presented a spread of poets wide enough that occasionally an author complained of being published in such unprogrammatic compall. Though advertised as a 'quinterly', the magazine, after only four issues, gave way to a series of chapbooks and—later, in part with the help of NEA grants—books of poetry and occasionally of short fiction. In 1984, Burning Deck merged with allART: Contemporary Arts Center, becoming the literature program of this non-profit organization. In 1992, we added a translation series (Série d'Ecriture: current French writing in English translation), in 1994 a second one (Dichten=: current German-language writing in English translation).

Book, Chapbook Fiction, Poetry French, German, English
10
Yes Semi-Pro: <0.14/word

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