The Print Fest will take place Saturday, May 13th from 2-5pm at 20 Cooper Square.
3 Dot Zine is a collaborative submission based zine founded by artist Devin N. Morris in 2014 as a way to extend the reach of important dialogues Morris was having with his peers. Throughout his time participating in zine fairs and festivals in New York, Baltimore, and Philadelphia, he noticed a lack of Black and People of Color (PoC) representation within these environments, which stood in stark contrast to the diverse independent publishing communities Morris found himself apart of. Thus, the Brown Paper Zine and Small Press Fair for Black and PoC artists was created. # Dot Zine Issue 3 Launches June 2017.
I am a queer poet whose work incorporates elements of performance, book arts, and visual arts, and co-organizer of the D.I.Y. Chapbook Challenge.
2016 marks the 17th anniversary of the Belladonna* mission to promote the work of women writers who are adventurous, experimental, politically involved, multi-form, multicultural, multi-gendered, impossible to define, delicious to talk about, unpredictable and dangerous with language. Belladonna* has featured nearly 300 writers of wildly diverse age and origin, writers who work in conversation and collaboration, in and between multiple forms, languages, and critical fields. As performance and as printed text, the work collects, gathers over time and space, forming a conversation about the feminist avant-garde, what it is and how it comes to be. Belladonna* is committed to building publication and literary community between women writers who write off-center—poetry and prose that is political and critical, that is situational rather than plot-driven, that is inter-subjective or performative or witnessing rather than personally revelatory, that reaches across the boundaries and binaries of literary genre and artistic fields, and that questions the gender binary. Belladonna* is a feminist avant-garde collective, founded in 1999 by Rachel Levitsky. Belladonna* was started as a reading and salon series at Bluestocking’s Women’s Bookstore on New York City’s Lower East Side. In June 2000, in collaboration with Boog Literature, Belladonna* began to publish commemorative ‘chaplets’ of the readers’ work. This series continues today and has reached #209.
The Bettys is an art collective producing zines, events, and small limited edition goods.
#Blkgrlswurld is a bi-annual zine produced by three young Black siblings with a passion for metal and punk music. We host open calls and feature gigs, bands and adventures in the scene.
Nonprofit literary press specializing in bilingual editions of Spanish and Latin American poetry.
Cósmica is a feminist art collective that strives to unite and support womyn artists and professionals from alternative, under-represented, and diverse backgrounds. Cósmica is pushing for a new art movement that creates alternative spaces and platforms for our art. Our mission and goal is to create our own opportunities, foster the community we build, and create our own standards. Cósmica works with the knowledge that art and creative processes empower our lives. We believe women are magical in complex ways and seek to unveil our long-obscured powers.
DoubleCross Press publishes handmade books of poetry and essays on the Poetics of the Handmade.
Fournier Fine & Rare is an independent dealer of books, serials, manuscripts, and archives in all fields and genres. We specialize in primary source materials to the transformative cultural movements of the 20th century, modern conflicts, disruptive technologies, music and the visual arts.
a small press imprint, hand-made, featuring the work of female poets and texts in translation.
Homos in Herstory!/Elvis!
My comics/zines are about the topic of queer history – each zine covers a different decade, giving little illustrated glimpses into another time & queer culture. Topics covered include…lesbian pulp novels! (so trashy, so good) Masculine mainstream fashion in the 1920’s… the 1st “lesbian” play on Broadway, from 1908… and so much more! A whole universe of queer exploration.
A popup bookshop/mobile library project dedicated to promoting and cultivating literary arts and artists in Southeast Queens.
Our goal is to put great books out into the world for artists who might not have a chance otherwise. We seek books that push boundaries, and act as endeavors for a larger goal, by teaching, sparking conversation, highlighting a social need, making a soul laugh. We publish chapbooks, artbooks, spoken word CD’s, broadsides, anthologies, and handmade books for minorities and women as a means of breaking down barriers and creating community.
We specialize in hand printed fine art editions, posters, cards, books, shirts, tote bags, graphic design, custom projects, micro registration and the metric system.
La Chamba Press is an independent publishing collective based in Brooklyn, NY and Los Angeles, CA. We are a creative family of different diasporas from Latin America to the Caribbean working in a variety of mediums, bringing forth our unique voices and cultural perspectives. Together we share our illustrations, designs, poetry, photography, music and more.
La Liga is an online platform and print zine that showcases the many ways latinxs/chicanxs/latin americans are dissecting their cultural identities through different means of self expression. We aim to show their experiences and highlight the way they de-westernize different areas of life. Moreover, we acknowledge that latinidad is a social construct and that the latinx community is not a monolith and therefore hope to highlight this diversity.
La Liga es una plataforma en línea y zine que muestra las muchas maneras por las cuales lxs latinxs/chicanxs/latinoamericanxs están diseccionando sus identidades culturales a través de diferentes medios de autoexpresión. Tratamos de resaltar como des-occidentalizan las diferentes areas de la vida. Además, reconocemos que la latinidad es una construcción social y que la comunidad latinx no es un monolito y por lo tanto tratamos de subrayar su diversidad.
LOUFFA PRESS was founded in 2010. Based in Morningside/Harlem, New York City, LOUFFA PRESS is a micropress that focuses on printing limited edition chapbooks using letterpress technology. THE MISSION behind Louffa Press is to foster a venue for limited edition, collectible, handmade chapbooks and art books by a wide array of authors and artists whose voices must be heard; to introduce new and innovative flash fiction, short stories, poetry, and those forms less easily classified; to put forth into the world precious artifacts that embody in their physical form a meticulously tailored and individualist aesthetic.
No, Dear aims to bring together the voices of New York City poets who might not otherwise be in dialogue: both emerging and established poets from diverse backgrounds who are living and writing in New York City’s five boroughs. We aspire to disrupt a field that has historically privileged white patriarchal perspectives by building a publication and communal/critical dialogue that strives to be largely representative of women-identified poets, and poets of color and of all gender orientations.
The Operating System is a woman/LGBT run small press, arts organization, and online platform/magazine based in Brooklyn NY. The OS’s focuses on underrepresented voices, mixed-genre, avant-garde, and politically critical work, as well as on community engagement with process writing and storytelling across creative disciplines, geographies, and language barriers. In 2017 the organization will publish 20+ titles, and is expanding to include a Bowery Poetry imprint and other coalitions. The OS seeks to be an empowerment organization, transparent in their administration and promotes an open source environment in which creative practitioners collect and redistribute intellectual and material resources for community development.
The OPR is a platform for publishing and showcasing investigative, interdisciplinary, multimedia, and hybrid genre projects in poetry & poetics.
Projective Industries publishes around three handmade poetry chapbooks each year, with an open reading period each June.
Limited editions and artist books–collaborations with artists and writers.
Sula Collective is an online and print magazine for and by people of color.
Ugly Duckling Presse is a nonprofit publisher for poetry, translation, experimental nonfiction, performance texts, and books by artists. UDP was transformed from a 1990s zine into a Brooklyn-based small press by a volunteer editorial collective that has published more than 200 titles to date. UDP favors emerging, international, and “forgotten” writers, and its books, chapbooks, artist’s books, broadsides, and periodicals often contain handmade elements, calling attention to the labor and history of bookmaking. UDP is committed to keeping its publications in circulation with our online archive of out-of-print chapbooks and our digital proofs program. In all of its activities, UDP endeavors to create an experience of art free of expectation, coercion, and utility.
I curate and nurture WWBPS, a NY-based monthly literary Salon. The Salon hosts monthly potluck writing workshops, featured author readings, author Q & A and open mic open to all present.