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  • Posted November 02, 2017
  • Save 40% on Tiferet Journal

Foster peace through literature & art by subscribing to Tiferet Journal at a discount! Just $14.95 brings you one print issue and three digital issues filled with fabulous fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and art. Visit

  • Posted November 02, 2017
  • Weber—The Contemporary West, Fall 2017

This fall, Weber—The Contemporary West features interviews with prominent author, Anthony Doerr, and the New York Times best-selling author, Cristina García. This issue also has a special excerpt from the theater adaptation of García's sixth novel, King of Cuba. Our fall issue showcases artwork by Utah native, Jim Jacobs, and additional literary works from authors such as Ashley Morrow Hermsmeier, Walter Metz, James Grabill, Esteban Rodríguez, Muesser Yeniay, and more.

  • Posted November 01, 2017
  • A Remarkable New Storytelling Collection in America’s History

Vermont writer Cardy Raper’s An American Harvest: How One Family Moved from Dirt-Poor Farming to a Better Life in the Early 1900s is the first book in Green Writers Press’s place-based history series. This book (sometimes sad, sometimes humorous, sometimes scandalous) is the real-life tale of seven brothers and one sister who grew up dirt poor on a worn-out tobacco farm in North Carolina. With strong parental guidance, these siblings went on to achieve distinguished careers in a variety of fields.

  • Posted October 31, 2017
  • Meat for Tea: A Textbook for the Modern Classroom

Awards and Accolades: over 10 years in print; new issues printed quarterly; two-time winner of the New England Book Show; a unique classroom text. Meat for Tea makes a point of publishing emerging writers and artists as well as established ones.

  • Posted October 31, 2017
  • Lithic Press New Books

Lithic Press is an independent publisher of fine books of poetry. We do not accept unsolicited manuscripts. Each of the writers of the books on our flyer is connected to a university writing program. Our books have been used for classes at Colorado State University, University of New Mexico, Texas Tech University, Colorado Mesa University and elsewhere. Lithic offers a 40% wholesale discount to bookstores. Books may be purchased directly from or from our distributor, Small Press Distribution,

  • Posted October 30, 2017
  • Sinister Wisdom: A Multicultural Lesbian Literary & Art Journal

Sinister Wisdom is the longest-running multicultural lesbian literary and art journal. Founded in 1976, Sinister Wisdom publishes four issues each year. Subscribe, or renew your subscription, to Sinister Wisdom today and support the oldest lesbian multicultural literary & art journal at Sinister Wisdom welcomes submissions from lesbians and reads throughout the year. Please review what we publish, our submission guidelines and style guidelines prior to submitting at Sinister Wisdom accepts 1-2 interns each semester to work in our Tampa, FL office or remotely. Email resume for consideration to .

  • Posted October 30, 2017
  • Words of a Feather

Deerbrook Editions is a literary small press publishing noteworthy and emerging authors in well-designed trade books. Our mission is to provide literature that is relevant and stimulating and to support authors by giving them a wider audience. Our garden is one of books. We plant seeds of intellect and harvest nourishment. If you value art and culture, you are in the right place to find something fruitful for the eye and mind. Our three Graces are Reading, Writing, and Teaching. We plow earnings back into books. Learn more about new and past titles by visiting our website:

  • Posted October 30, 2017
  • Broken Wing: A Must-Read Novel 

An allegorical tale about a blackbird trapped in the inhospitable north country for the winter and a man who lives a solitary life of nurturing attentiveness, Broken Wing is a story of loneliness and tenacity, as well as race and what it is like to be a minority in a strange place. A tale of the natural world and the wonder of birds’ lives, Broken Wing is told with simple, dignified prose that take on the timeless, mythic aura of a folktale. Multi-genre and highly readable; perfect for young adults and adults alike.


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