Ashendene Press was a small private press founded by C.H. St. John Hornby (1867-1946). It operated from 1895 to 1915, and was revived after the war in 1920. The press closed in 1935. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ashendene Press"
The Association of Little Presses (ALP) was an organisation dedicated to promoting small press publishing activity in Britain and Ireland. ...more on Wikipedia about "Association of Little Presses"
The ancient and mysterious city of Carcosa was first named in the Ambrose Bierce short story, An Inhabitant of Carcosa. In Bierce's story, the city is barely described, and is viewed only in hindsight (after its destruction) by a character who once lived there. ...more on Wikipedia about "Carcosa"
Cemetery Dance Publications is a specialty press publisher of horror and dark suspense. Cemetery Dance was founded by Richard Chizmar, a horror author, while he was in college. It is associated with Cemetery Dance magazine, which was founded in 1988. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cemetery Dance Publications"
Charles Elkin Mathews ( 1851 - November 10, 1921 was a publisher and bookseller who played an important role in the literary life of late 19th and early 20th century London. ...more on Wikipedia about "Charles Elkin Mathews"
Cheap Street Press was a small publishing company started up and operated by the husband-wife duo, George and Jan O'Nale, in Newcastle, VA. Cheap Street concentrated on publishing "forced-scarcity" or "artificially rare" books - signed, numbered limited edition books of Science Fiction and Fantasy works. Their books were renowed as excellent examples of the book-making arts, having been created with elegant, imported silks and bound in leathers with matching slipcases. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cheap Street"
The City Lights Bookstore, in the North Beach section of San Francisco, California, is an independent bookstore specializing in poetry and a small press publisher of fiction, essays, memoirs, translations, poetry, and books on social and political issues. ...more on Wikipedia about "City Lights Bookstore"
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Coach House Books is an independent Canadian publishing company located in Toronto, Ontario. It is one of the most influential publishers in Canadian literature. ...more on Wikipedia about "Coach House Books"
Crowswing Books is a British small press publisher which prints small-run, limited-edition science fiction, fantasy and horror fiction for adults and children - speculative fiction, as it is known by some. In the summer of 2005 it began printing single-author collections of short stories. In the autumn of 2005 it launched its New Wave Fiction paperback imprint, which specializes in novels, novellas, collections, and anthologies from both award-winning authors and new writers. ...more on Wikipedia about "Crowswing Books"
The Cuala Press was set up in 1904 by Elizabeth Yeats and her brother William Butler Yeats. Elizabeth had previously run the Dun Emer Press for two years and had published work by her brother from that imprint. It was intended that the press would produce work by writers associated with the Irish Literary Revival. They ended up publishing over 70 titles in total, including 48 by William Butler Yeats. The press closed in 1946. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cuala Press"
Elizabeth Corbet Yeats ( 1868 – 1940) was born at 23 Fitzroy Road, London. She was the daughter of the Irish artist John Butler Yeats and sister of W. B., Jack and Susan Yeats. She trained and worked as an art teacher and was a member of William Morris's circle in London before her family returned to Dublin in 1900. At the suggestion of Emery Walker, who worked with Morris on the Kelmscott Press, Elizabeth studied printing with the Womes's Printing Society in London. ...more on Wikipedia about "Elizabeth Yeats"
The Europa Press was a publishing house founded and run by the Irish surrealist poet George Reavey. The press was based in Paris from its inception in 1932 until 1935, when Reavey moved to London. It ceased operation in 1939. ...more on Wikipedia about "Europa Press"
Fugue State Press (established 1992) is an small New York City literary publisher, specializing in the experimental novel. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fugue State Press"
Fulcrum Press was founded by Stuart Montgomery in the mid 1960s with the intention of publishing good quality editions of contemporary poetry in the modernist tradition. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fulcrum Press" This text is made on www.shortopedia.com
This is a list of small presses, that is, small publishers involved in craft printing, poetry or other activities with little commercial value. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of small presses"
The Menard Press is a small press publisher that started life as a magazine in 1969. Founded and run by Anthony Rudolph, the press specialises in literary texts and criticism, and writings on nuclear power and nuclear weapons and by survivors of Nazism. ...more on Wikipedia about "Menard Press"
New Writers Press is an Irish small press that specialises in poetry publishing. The press was founded in 1967 by the poets Michael Smith and Trevor Joyce and Smith's wife Irene in response to what they felt to be the stagnant state of Irish poetry at the time. ...more on Wikipedia about "New Writers Press"
Nonesuch Press was a private press founded in 1922 in London by Francis Meynell, his wife Vera, and David Garnett. The press was at its peak in the 1920s and '30s, but continued operating through the mid- 1960s. ...more on Wikipedia about "Nonesuch Press"
Peace & Freedom Press are a British small press, founded by Paul Rance in 1985. Peace & Freedom magazine, also launched in 1985, remains its oldest title, and was originally a poetry and music fanzine. Early issues featured the likes of Chumbawamba, Paul McCartney, Wilfred Owen, and, oddly, Nick Berry, when he was in EastEnders. Peace & Freedom magazine evolved into a more poetry orientated publication, and now also contains the odd short story and essay. ...more on Wikipedia about "Peace & Freedom Press"
The Poetry Bookshop, which ran in Bloomsbury, London, from 1913 to 1926, was the brainchild of Harold Monro, and was supported by his moderate income. ...more on Wikipedia about "Poetry Bookshop"
Salt Publishing is a small press publisher whose origins date back to 1990 when poet John Kinsella launched Salt Magazine in Western Australia. The journal rapidly developed an international reputation as a leading publisher of new poetry and poetics. Over the next decade, Kinsella, together with Tracy Ryan, went on to develop Folio(Salt), publishing and co-publishing books and chapbooks focused on a pluralist vision of contemporary poetry which extended across national boundaries and a wide range of poetic practices. ...more on Wikipedia about "Salt Publishing"
Slab-O-Concrete was a British mail order distributor and publisher set up by Peter Pavement in the early 1990s. Initially selling British small press comics and zines, Pavement also imported publications from the United States, Australia and Europe. ...more on Wikipedia about "Slab-O-Concrete"
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