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Publisher of Freedom’s Child by Carrie Allen McCray (The Crimson Edge, Volume One
Antrim House publishes emerging and established poets. “We prefer work that is both engaging and sage, visceral and mythical. On occasion, we also publish memoirs and photo essays.” Antrim House recently published a stirring memoir by Arlene Swift Jones, God, Put Out One of my Eyes. Jones is one of the poets published by Chicory Blue Press in A Wider Giving: Women Writing after a Long Silence.
One of the best publishers of poetry. (See Joan Swifts latest book, The Tiger Iris. Her poems are in The Crimson Edge, Volume One.)
At last a website for this stellar feminist literary journal. Its mission is to nurture women’s creativity by publishing fine literature and art by women accessible to the online community. The best of poems, stories, art and more.
Julie is a writer whose work I particularly like. Her website includes some of her online publications. I was deeply moved by an essay of hers www.quietmountainessays.org/Enszer about the death of one of her sisters.
A small literary press founded in 1978 by poet and editor Judith Kerman. It focuses on “literature not often celebrated by either the mainstream or the avant-garde. This includes poetry which is both challenging and accessible; women’s writing; the rustbelt/rural culture that stretches from the Hudson Valley to the Great Lakes; the recent immigrant experience; poetry in translation; science fiction poetry.” It has recently published Mapping the Sands, a collection of new and selected poems by Geraldine Zetzel, whose poems were published by Chicory Blue Press in A Wider Giving: Women Writing after a Long Silence.
Doesnt need an introduction, does it? Once and always the best source for feminists to keep in touch with the world and each other, and to keep the torch burning.
News, information and guides to independent bookstores, independent publishers, literary periodicals, alternative periodicals and more. I can see many ways to use this site, including finding new places to send our manuscripts.
An online magazine of critical, independent thinking, successor to the print publication On the Issues Magazine, a progressive feminist quarterly print publication 1983-1999. A poem of mine, “The Subjection of Women,” is printed in a recent issue.
An online magazine of the arts by women past sixty. A wonderful treat–poetry, fiction, nonfiction, fine arts–several times a year. Works by Chicory Blue Press author, Judith Arcana, (What If My Mother) as well as two of my works are available in the archives.
Poetry Book Design is a custom book design studio. It provides full-service from concept to finished product for books as well as logos, magazines, advertisements, catalogs, and websites. Personal attention is central to their service. PBD has designed all the books of Chicory Blue Press for more than twenty years!
I know I need a poem a day to keep the doctor away, and that’s exactly what this site offers. A fine poem every day, with archives of past poems, and easy access to the books or journals theyre found in. Cant do without it.
The Academy of American Poets
Poets and Writers
Publisher of Gerry Zetzels chapbook, Near Enough to Hear the Words
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