Got a manuscript? Search the Small Press database to find the right home for it. Hundreds of listings provide information about what each press is looking for, tips from the editors, and how to submit your work. Here are a few presses you may not have heard about:
Orison Books is a non profit literary press focused on the life of the spirit from a broad and inclusive range of perspectives.
Kimbilio, which means "safe haven" in Swahili, serves as a space to foster both writing and community for African American fiction writers. "For a lot of fellows, the retreat is the first time they have been in a professional community that is safe, where their subject matter and their person is fully honored and nurtured," explains David Haynes, cofounder of the retreat.
University of Tampa's Low-Residency Program (Sponsored Article)
The University of Tampa's low-residency MFA program is designed to help poets, fiction writers, and creative nonfiction writers advance their command of craft. Students benefit from intense mentoring relationships with renowned faculty members committed to individual learning and growth. Through small group workshops and special events, students develop lasting connections with a supportive network of peer writers.
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The latest episode of Ampersand: The Poets & Writers Podcast features a phone call with John Freeman, the editor of the biannual journalFreeman's and the author of "Such Great Heights," a profile of Annie Dillard that appears in the current issue of Poets & Writers Magazine. Freeman talks about traveling to Virginia, to Dillard's cabin near Cripple Creek, where he spent two days in the company of "this immense observational intelligence."