Small Press Love Fest
It's East Coast meets West Coast as we bring special guests from New York City together with San Francisco Bay Area favorites.
Presented by Ambush Review, Corium Magazine, great weather for MEDIA, Red Bridge Press, and Alley Cat Books.
Join authors and editors from four independent publishers in this celebration of unique voices. You'll hear great new work from innovative authors while enjoying refreshments in Alley Cat Books' revamped gallery space.
We'll also have a Q&A with the editors where you can ask questions about the submission process or publishing in general. Show your love for writing that goes beyond the mainstream, and join us for this one-of-a-kind event.
Admission is free. Beer and wine will be available.
This is our Valentine to you. Don't miss it!
great weather for MEDIA focuses on the fearless, the bright, the dark, and the unpredictable. Our first anthology, It’s Animal but Merciful, showcases poets and writers from the United States, Botswana, the Philippines, Denmark, and Canada. We organize numerous readings and events in our home town of New York City and across the country. Editor: Jane Ormerod
Ambush Review is an annual, San Francisco & Bay Area based literary arts publication featuring innovative and experimental poetry, short “flash” fiction, art and photography, translations, essays and critical reviews. We seek both emerging and established writers in a diversity of styles and forms. Our premiere issue was called a “stunning debut.” Editors: Bob Booker, Patrick Cahill
Corium Magazine is an online literary journal featuring short fiction, very short fiction and poetry that gets beneath the skin. The corium is the dense inner layer of skin beneath the epidermis. It includes connective tissue, blood and an elaborate sensory nerve network. What’s going on beneath the surface. Our contributors come from many countries and many publishing backgrounds. Corium is based in Oakland, CA, and published quarterly. Editors: Lauren Becker, Heather Fowler
Red Bridge Press Our first book, Writing That Risks, is an anthology by thirty new and award-winning writers from around the world. Brimming with fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction that not only risks but reveals, the anthology is due out April 2013. Following that, we'll publish single-author titles, including novels and collections, in print and ebook formats. We have dual citizenship in San Francisco and the Internet. Editors: Liana Holmberg, Deborah Steinberg
When: Saturday, Feb. 23, 2013, 4-7PM
Where: Alley Cat Books
3036 24th Street
San Francisco, CA [map it]
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