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Counterpath Press is an independent, nonprofit, literary publisher that supports communities of readers and artists who are interested in linguistic and visual interventions in contemporary global culture.


FC2 is an author-run, not-for-profit publisher of artistically adventurous, non-traditional fiction. FC2 is supported in part by the University of Utah, the University of Houston – Victoria, the University of Alabama Press, and private contributors.


Letter Machine Editions was founded in 2007 by Noah Eli Gordon and Joshua Marie Wilkinson as a nonprofit publisher of books and chapbooks.


Pamlimpsest is a national publication which seeks engaging work in all genres of the Humanities, including literary fiction and poetry, film and theater scripts, creative nonfiction, and all modes of visual art. Librettos and musical scores, handwritten work and text-art, literary theory, scholarly essays, original philosophy, and translations into English are also welcome for submission.


Small Press Distribution is a non-profit literary arts organization located in Berkeley, California. Our mission is to connect readers with writers by providing access to independently published literature.


Springgun Press is a non-profit small print and digital small press that puts out amazing stuff.


Robot Melon is a online journal of writing and other arts.


Stacherone Books, Inc. exists to stimulate public interest in works of innovative prose fiction and nurture an understanding of the art of fiction writing by publishing, disseminating, and affording the public opportunities to hear readings of this work. In addition to encouraging the development of authors of innovative fiction and their audiences, Starcherone conducts workshops in independent publishing, to encourage the growth of other small presses.


Timber Journal is a literary journal dedicated to the promotion of cutting edge, truly innovative literature. We publish work that explores the boundaries of poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, and digital literatures. We produce both an online journal in which we explore the potentials of the digital medium, and a semi-annual “book object,” which is a venue for more traditional print-based work.


The Swaggregate is a common posting ground for all that CU Boulder MFAs are doing. It’s your one-stop-shop, your alternative to Facebook, your information juicer. Just the essence, not the bulk.


Walkabout is the Creative Arts Journal for the Undergraduates at the University of Colorado Boulder.

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