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Key: (connect) = the press information is housed elsewhere on the Internet; (cite) = only directory/contents information is provided or; (full text) = full text of publications is provided. Special thanks to EPC Contributing Editor, Diane Marie Ward.

Afterwords Literature (connect)
Features a superb search engine to locate small press publications by several Canadian concrete and experimental poets.
Alt-X(connect)
Anabasis Press (connect)
Avec Press (connect)
California experimental poetry press, also interested in translations of French. Has published Norma Cole, Michael Palmer and Rae Armantrout.
Avenue B Press (cite)
See also Avenue B list
Barefoot Press (connect)
South African press which distributes in Samizdat fashion free poetry pamphlets featuring the work of regional authors.
Barrytown, Ltd. (connect)
Bathurst Street Press (connect)
Black Sparrow Press (connect)
The Santa Rosa, CA press responsible for the beautiful Charles Bukowski monographs.
Book Unbound (connect)
Burning Deck Press (cite)
Providence, RI press edited by Keith and Rosemary Waldrop. Since 1962, press has welcomed experimental poetry and published high-quality pieces.
Caju Press (connect)
Press focuses on South Asian writers and their folk literature in translation.
Chax Press (connect)
Since 1984, publisher of fine art and trade paperback editions of innovative writing. Titles by Tom Mandel, Karen Mac Cormack, Myung Mi Kim, Hank Lazer, and many others.
City Lights (connect)
Coach House Books (connect)
Influential Canadian press publishing Canadian writers since 1965. Current offerings feature Michael Ondaatje, Gary Barwin, Stuart Ross amongst others.
Copper Canyon Press (cite)
Port Townsend, WA press specializing in multicultural and feminist poetry rather than experimental or concrete poetry.
Cyanobacteria Publications (connect)
Welcoming those who want to experiment, Cyanobacteria is lusciously innovative. Publishing Glossolalia as well as electronic chapbooks, this press is a prophet of the open-minded attitude of web publishing.
Editions Herisson (cite)
Editions Phi (cite)
Elemenope (cite)
What could be said of Elemenope other than they are responsible for producing the long-desired Live at the Ear - the first audio-anthology of Post-Modern Language Poetry and a necessity for anyone who longs for an understanding of modern American poetry.
Figures
Maine publisher of language poetry.
Fingerprinting Inkoperated (connect)
Canadian haven for experimental and visual poetry including realia.
Generator Press (cite)
Granary Books (connect)
Grist On-Line (New York) (connect)
Hard Press (connect)
New York press issuing innovative pieces such as poem-postcards on a regular basis from a range of poets.
The Impercipient Lecture Series (cite)
Indra's Net (connect)
Instress Saratoga, CA (connect)
California publisher has a solid catalogue of innovative poetry pieces and also produces Inscape and Windhover zines.
Jargon Society
Kelsey St. Press (connect)
Berkeley, CA press focusing on experimental women poets.
Leave Books (Buffalo) (cite)
See also Leave | Leave April'95 | Juliana Spahr
Light & Dust Poets (connect)
Contemporary poetry press edited by Karl Young. Site features samples of published poets -- a list which is extensive and impressive.
Lingo (West Stockbridge, MA) (connect)
Lit Press (connect)
Online guide to poetry publishers hosted by L.A. Books, the Los Angeles cooperative of publishers.
Littoral Books / Los Angeles (via L.A. Books)
Many Press (connect)
Mayapple Press (connect)
Michigan press interested in Great Lakes poets.
McPherson & Company (connect)
Founded in 1974 by Bruce McPherson, this Kingston, N.Y. press specializes in high quality editions of American fiction and non fiction works and also some Italian translations.
Meow Press (Connect)
Meow Press, a small press publisher of mostly poetry chapbooks, has been in operation since 1993, and is celebrating the publication of its 50th chapbook in July 1998.
National Poetry Foundation (connect)
Orono, Me. based publishing wing of Sydney Pollet's Foundation
New Directions (connect)
Ninth Lab Chapbooks (full text)
Press edited by Jake Berry interested in language poets. Publications are available in paper or electronic format and are featured on the EPC.
O Books (connect)
Oakland, CA publisher featuring an extensive list of emerging and established poets.
Paisăn Press
Pavement Saw Press
Penguin Books (connect)
Corporate publisher's site offering an impressive list of canon texts and paperbacks.
Pleasure Boat Studio
Poetry Mission
Postypographika Press (connect)
Web-publishing body exploring visual and postmodern poetry.
Potes & Poets Press
Small Elmwood, Ct. press founded in 1980 edited by Peter Ganick issuing limited editions of contemporary language and experimental poetry. Past works published from Charles Bernstein, Bruce Andrews and Leslie Scalapino.
Prest Roots Press (cite)
10 year old British small press publishing such emerging writers as Paul Green and Peter Larkin.
Primitive Publications / Washington DC (cite)
Public Works (cite)
Reality Street Editions (connect)
British publisher interested in promoting the works of recognizable U.K. poets.
Roof Books (connect)
Premier publishers of language centered writing - their catalogue being a veritable who's who of contemporary poets.
Room Temperature (connect)
Seeing Eye Books / Los Angeles (via L.A. Books)
Segue Books (connect)
Shuffaloff / Buffalo & Toronto (cite)
A Small Garlic Press (connect)
In Kennewick, Washington exists an exuberent modern poetry press with a peculiarly engaging name. A.S.G.P. is responsible for producing affordable chapbooks that will impress you with what the future holds for contemporary poetry.
Spanner
Allen Fisher imprint also serves as distributor of selected volumes of poetry
Station Hill Press (connect)
Publishing a variety of modern poetry (amongst other subjects), Station Hill Press has a well organized site which features a superb catalogue befitting the quality pieces which this press produces.
Story Line Press (cite)
Oregon publisher of U.S. and U.K. poets (primarily narrative) headed by Robert McDowell and funded by the Nicholas Roerich Museum of N.Y.
Subpress Collective(connect)
Subtext (Seattle) (connect)
Sun & Moon Website (connect)
Groundbreaking California press edited by Douglas Messerli. Arguably the premier small press for language poets.
Tailspin Press (cite)
Tender Buttons Books (cite)
Texture Press (cite)
Spirited Norman Oklahoma press directed by Susan Smith Nash.
United Artists Books (connect)
University of Illinois Press (connect)
Long-standing poetry press producing anthologies and single author works.
Viet Nam Generation, Inc. (cite)
Kali Tal's thought-provoking press devoted to the spirit of the 1960's. Catalogue of past publications is thorough, sincere and inviting.
Washington Review Online
We Press
Wellsweep Press (connect)
John Cayley's British publishing organization specializing in translations of Chinese literature.
Wesleyan University Press
Xenos Press
Site is in development
Xexoxial Endarchy (connect)
Multimedia press from Wisconsin run by the dynamic duo -- Miekal And and Liz Was. Catalogue of previous press publications is impressive and its diversity in formats in which it has published pieces is without comparison.
Ye Olde Font Shop (connect)
Located in Manchester, CT, this unique shop offers artists and poets interesting things to purchase. In addition, their website offers to "publish your poetry" on the web and supply you with love and fame and all those other goodies that we "became" poets in order to experience.
Zasterle Press


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