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Guerilla Books believes real books have a purpose: to help etch stories into human memory. Beyond a superficial level, into our unconscious, to a still uncodified realm in which every story - The Great Story - is constantly being born. For Guerilla books are the gateway, and the guardians; the ritual of engaging with them imbues the story in their keeping with greater authority and longevity.

Dalkey Archive Press has long been one of the leading publisher's of serious literary fiction. Driven by a dedication to keep in-print, great books that often struggle for mass readership, Dalkey has published such major literary authors as David Markson, Susan Daitch, and William Gaddis.

The Atlas Review is a new, independent literary magazine, comprising poetry, short stories, essays and visual art. They are concerned with merit and untapped talent from all reaches. While they will solicit a few writers for each issue, the true strength of their issues will be, in equal parts, the unsolicited submissions they receive.

Semiotext(e) began in 1974 as a journal started by French philosopher Sylvère Lotringer in an effort to bridge radical French theory and the intellectual and art worlds of New York City.

It is mostly known for in-depth interviews of well-known actors and artists, and is often associated with the west and a reportage style of photography that expresses the beauty of natural, rural landscapes.

Created in 1952 by photographers and writers as “common ground for the advancement of photography,” Aperture today is a multiplatform publisher and center for the photo community. From their base in New York, they produce, publish, and present a program of photography projects, locally and internationally.

Shambhala Publications was born at Ground Zero of the 1960s counterculture: in the back of a bookstore on Telegraph Avenue in Berkeley, California. It's ironic, since their founders' vision was more trans-cultural than countercultural--the concern being for an enlightened approach to every aspect of life--including culture.

Timber Press is a publisher of books on gardening, ornamental and edible horticulture, garden design, sustainability, natural history, and the Pacific Northwest.

Wave Books is an independent poetry press based in Seattle, Washington, dedicated to publishing the best in contemporary poetry, poetry in translation, and writing by poets. The press was founded in 2005, merging with established publisher Verse Press.

Graywolf is considered one of the nation’s leading nonprofit literary publishers. They currently publish around 30 books a year, including the Graywolf Press Nonfiction Prize winner, the recipient of the Emily Dickinson First Book Award, and several translations supported by the Lannan Foundation.

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