The world of independent publishers is filled with mystery, intrigue, dedication, and hard work. After all, those wonderful books don’t just publish themselves–haha. As an independent publisher ourselves, we thought it would be interesting to find out the story behind some of our colleagues, and to let our readers know about the breadth and variety of work now being published by folks unassociated with the “Big Five.” One key common denominator: Independent publishers are definitely putting out some of the most diverse, interesting work that is changing the conversation about what makes a good read. Check out our list frequently as we continue to add to the mix. And if you have a suggestion for an indie publisher we should interview, please email us at email@example.com so we can expand our list even more.
Share This! by Pictured Above: Managing Editor Mike Good with Autumn House authors at Unnameable Books (Left to right: Mike Good, Clifford Thompson, Charles Kell, Sherrie Flick, Kathy Anderson) For this month’s publisher spotlight, we spoke with Mike Good, managing …Continue reading →
Share This! by This month for our spotlight on indie publishers, we’re bringing it back to NYC to highlight the work of Feminist Press, celebrating their 50th anniversary just last year! Three Rooms Press lead editor Mary Rose Manspeaker sat …Continue reading →
Share This! by Welcome back to our Indie Press Spotlight! This month, we spoke to Eric Obenauf of Two Dollar Radio about publishing art with a distinctive vision, community connection, and looking beyond the pandemic to what’s next. Two Dollar …Continue reading →
Share This! by Growing Bold Together In this installment of our new spotlight on fellow indie publishers, 3RP co-director Peter Carlaftes talks to Bronzeville founder and author Danny Gardner. I first met Danny at Book Expo in 2017 and we …Continue reading →
Share This! by With the strange new pandemic landscape rocking the literary world, it’s more important than ever to support local indie presses and bookstores whenever possible and to create an energy that spreads beyond the big publishers. That’s why …Continue reading →