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We Love Small Presses!

We love small presses and we strive to bring books from these publishers to you. The year has been hectic, and with the store closed for a few months, you may have missed these exciting 2020 titles. With so much going on in the world it is the perfect time to read these diverse works from a few of our favorite smaller presses.

Europa Editions is dedicated to bringing a wide range of international voices to British and American publishing markets.

From the pen of one of Iran's rising literary stars, The Enlightenment of the Greengage Tree is a family story about the unbreakable connection between the living and the dead.

Catapult publishes award-winning fiction and nonfiction, offers writing classes, produces a daily online magazine, and hosts an online platform where writers showcase their own writing.

Opening up the fantasies and desires of one young woman caught between cultural, religious, and sexual identities, You Exist Too Much is a captivating story charting two of our most intense longings--for love, and a place to call home.

Dzanc Books publishes innovative new fiction, and runs an online literary journal and multiple literary programs.

Suspenseful and atmospheric, The Snow Collectors sketches the ghosts of Victorian exploration against the eerie beauty of a world on the edge of environmental collapse.

Counterpoint Press is author-driven and devotes their energy to “fresh, cutting-edge, and literary voices,” publishing fiction and nonfiction, poetry, graphic novels, and anthologies.

An eco-thriller with a fierce feminist sensibility, The Disaster Tourist introduces a fresh new voice to the United States that engages with the global dialogue around climate activism, dark tourism, and the #MeToo movement.

Coffee House Press is dedicated to community inclusivity. The Minneapolis-based press aims to widen “the definition of what literature is, what it can do, and who it belongs to.”

In these buoyant and inventive stories, Karen Tei Yamashita transfers classic tales across boundaries and questions what an inheritance--familial, cultural, emotional, artistic--really means.

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