ATTN: Indie Lit Community


Well, it’s a start.

I’ve gathered everyone’s press schedules (those that submitted to me and/or had their press schedules available on their website), and let me say, damn: 2014 is going to be BIG for the indie press world. Though this list is long, it isn’t comprehensive; I am missing schedules from some presses, so editors, please contact me! 

For phase two, which starts now, I open up this endeavor to the indie lit community.

Here’s how it works:

If you are interested in contributing, choose between 3 and 5 books you are anticipating from the list below. Contact me with your most anticipated and a ONE paragraph hype blurb (talk about what the book is and why you are excited for it) for each of the 3 to 5 books claimed. And…that’s it. You will be credited for the contribution. NOTE: Books with a name in brackets–example “[This Guy]”–are claimed.

Authors/editors/publishers/owners-of-press: One stipulation… you can’t write about your own books/press publications.

I want this list to be indicative of one of the indie lit world’s biggest strengths: community and active participation. What better way to comprise a Year-in-Preview article than by incorporating the voices within the community itself?

I encourage you to participate.

Contact me at: michael @ electricliterature dot com
Blurbs/contribution deadline: January 31st 2014



(listed A-to-Z)



421 Atlanta

Before You Were Born by Daniel Beauregard (January) [Quincy Rhoads]

Winner of the 421 Atlanta Chapbook Prize in Short Prose, judged by Mary Miller (April/May)

New Oldest Land by Guy Benjamin Brookshire (August/September) [Quincy Rhoads]

Poetry chapbook by Lauren Traetto (title tk) (November/December)

Action Books

Rain of the Future by Valerie Mejer ()

Wetlands by Bruxa Lucas de Lima ()

Sorrowtoothpaste Mirrorcream by Kim Hyesoon (trans. Don Mee Choi) () [David Blumenshine]

Only Jesus Could Icefish in Summer by Abraham Smith () [Mike Young]

Wild Grass on the Riverbank by Hiromi Ito (trans. Jeffrey Angles) ()

Aforementioned Publications

That’s When the Knives Come Down by Dolan Morgan (August) [Eric Nelson]

Afforded Permanence by Liam Day (December)


A Life in Men by Gina Frangello (February) [Guy Intoci]

Alternating Current

Lift from the memory, not the legs: Collected Poems 2007-2013 by Leah Angstman (March) [Kevin Snow]

Poiesis Review #7: A Journal of Poetry, Prose, Creative Nonfiction (May)

The Poor Man’s Guide to an Affordable, Painless Suicide: Stories by Schuler Benson (June)

[As-yet-untitled]: Stories about Nebraska by Casey Francis (August)

Impossible Monsters: A Novel by Robert James Russell (November) [Kevin Snow]

Footnote #2: A Literary Journal of History (November)

Ampersand Books

Bone River by Benjamin Lowenkron (January)

I Don’t Know Do You by Roberto Montes (March) [Mike Young]

We Take Me Apart by Molly Gaudry (March) [Ashley Inguanta]

For the Woman Alone by Ashley Iguanta (May)

Desire by Molly Gaudry (October)

Artifice Books

Wolf Doctor by Russ Woods (March) [Mark Cugini]

KILL MANUAL by Cassandra Troyan (October)

Artistically Declined Press

Across My Big Brass Bed by Gary Amdahl (January) [Jim Ruland]

Here/Other by Kat Dixon (March)

With Lorraine All Day by Kristen Orser (April)

The Memory of Planets by Ryan W. Bradley (April)

Roller Girls Love Bobby Knight by Michael Wayne Hampton (May)

Hush Up and Listen Stinky Poo Butt by Ken Sparling (July)

Dad Says He Saw You at the Mall by Ken Sparling (July)

My Next Bad Decision by Nathan Graziano (September) [Leah Angstman]

Bare Bulbs Swinging by Meg Tuite, Michelle Reale, and Heather Fowler (November)

A Strange Object


Archipelago Books

The Expedition to the Baobab Tree by Wilma Stockenström (April) [David Nahm]

Harlequin’s Millions by Bohumil Hrabal (May) [Tony Messenger]

My Struggle: Book Three by Karl Ove Knausgaard (May)

Tristano Dies: A Life by Antonio Tabucchi ()

Bitter Life by Josep Pla (October)

Private Life by Josep Maria de Sagarra (October)

Selected Stories by Sait Faik Abasıyanık (October)

Of Champions by Halldór Laxness (November)

Ready to Burst by Frankétienne (October)

Catastrophes by Breyten Breytenbach (Fall)

Time Ages in a Hurry by Antonio Tabucchi (October)


Atticus Books

The Shimmering Go-Between by Lee Klein (August) [Molly Gaudry]

Armageddon, Texas by Tommy Zurhellen (October)

Barrelhouse Books

Thanks and Sorry and Good Luck: Rejection from the Eyeshot Outbox by Lee
Klein (May)
You’re Going to Miss Me When You’re Bored, by Justin Marks (May) [Mike Young]

Bellevue Literary Press

Big Lucks

Who Can Make It, by Mike Young (February) [Gene Kwak]

dear gloria, dear madeline, dear siobhan, dear ethel, dear eloise, dear wendy, dear becky, dear lisa, dear liza, dear michelle, dear tamika, dear tanya, tonight, by Sasha Fletcher (March)

Shadow Lanka, by Brandon Brown (June) [Ben Fama]

Wastoid, by Mathias Svalina (September)

Fat Daises, by Carrie Murphy (December) [Laura Marie Marciano]

Birds LLC

Bizarro Pulp Press

Cherub by David C. Hayes (February)

Industrial Carpet Drag by Bruce Taylor (March)

Die, You Zombie Crackers! by Mark C. Scioneaux and David C. Hayes (March/April)

A Lightbulb’s Lament by Grant Wamack (April/May)

The Fairy Princess of Trains by Christopher Boyle (April/May)

Ichthyic in the Afterglow by Jason Wayne Allen (Summer)

America’s Next Dead Model by Mark C. Scioneaux and David C. Hayes (September)

Surreal Worlds: An Anthology edited by Vincenzo Bilof (November)

Black Balloon Publishing

Fat Man and Little Boy, by Mike Meginnis () [Simon Jacobs]

Black Mountain Press

The Hoards of Torment by William R Hincy

After the Octopus by Mark Spitzer

Jhator by Christine M Lajewski

Knotty, Knotty, Knotty by Joshua Kornreich

The Reharkening by Stephen Todd Booker

In Search of Lost Causes: Fragmented Allegories of an Iranian Revolution. Edited by Hamid Dabushi, PhD

Cut by Adam Cushman

Without Leave by Deborah Fleming

Black Lawrence Press

John the Revelator by TJ Beitelman

girl show by Kristy Bowen

Uprising by Michele Battiste

Scouting for the Reaper by Jacob M. Appel

The World of Rae English by Lucy Rosenthal

Mountain Redemption by Nick McRae

Like Oysters Observing the Sun by Brenda Sieczkowski [Joanie DiMartino]

Your Life Idyllic by Craig Bernier

Trace by Simone Muench

A Sunny Place with Adequate Water by Mary Biddinger [Justin Carter]

Black Ocean

The Constitution by Brian Foley () [Mike Young]

Bloof Books

Boost House

The YOLO Pages () [Beach Sloth]

Broken River Books

The First One You Expect By Adam Cesare (February) [Gabino Iglesias]
Incarnations By Chris Deal (February)
Our Blood In Its Blind Circuit By J David Osborne (February)
Long Lost Dog Of It By Michael Kazepis (February) [Shane Cartledge]
Black Gum Godless Heathen By J David Osborne (February) [Matthew Revert]
Repo Shark By Cody Goodfellow (April) [Gabino Iglesias]
Incognito (Anonymous Anthology) (April)
Boxing Anthology [title tk] (April)
On The Black By Ed Dinger (April)
God$ Fare No Better By J David Osborne (July)
The Last Projector By David James Keaton (July)

Brooklyn Arts Press

Idiopaths by Bill Rasmovicz (March)
The Itinerant Girl’s Guide to Self-Hypnosis by Joanna Penn Cooper (February)
Broken Cage by Joseph P Wood (May)
I’m Your Huckleberry by Erika Jo Brown (August)
Or Replica by Paige Taggart (September)
Let the West Coast Be Settled by Alex Green (November)
Yankee Broadcast Network by Martin Ott & John F Buckley (October)
Alter(n)ations by Matt Shears (October)
Confidence by Seth Landman (December)

Blue Square Press

Our Prayers After the Fire by Katie Jean Shinkle (Mid 2014)

Untitled Poetry Collection by Gary J. Shipley (Late 2014)

Calamari Press

Deep Ellum by Brandon Hobson (March) [Joe Milazzo]

Chicago Center for Literature and Photography

CCLaP’s Interviews with Science-Fiction Authors (January)

Humboldt by Scott Navicky (February)

Death to the Bullshit Artists of South Texas, Vol. 1 by Fernando A. Flores (March)

Turtle and Dam by Scott Abraham (April)

The CCLaP Guide to Collecting Rare Books (May)

Love Songs of the Revolution by Bronwyn Mauldin (May) [Sarah Bradford]

An Interpretation of Dreams by Susan Pashman (June)

CCLaP’s Complete Short Work 2013 (July)

The Wounding Time by Hussein Osman (August)

The CCLaP Guide to Creating eBooks (September)

CCLaP’s Complete Short Work 2012 (October)

My Kind of Town by Travis Fortney (October)

CCLaP’s Complete Short Work 2008-2011 (November)

The NSFW Files by Karl Wolff (November)

The New York Stories, Volume 3 by Ben Tanzer (December)

Civil Coping Mechanisms (CCM)

Addicts & Basements by Robert Vaughan (February) [Brian Alan Ellis]

Because by Joseph Riippi (February) [Jason Cook]

Green Lights by Kyle Muntz (February)

S/N/D by Soren Melville (March) [Beach Sloth]

The Daydream Society by Evan Retzer (March)

Black Cloud by Juliet Escoria (April) [Cameron Pierce]

Left Hand by Paul Curran (April)

40 Likely to Die Before 40: An Introduction to Alt Lit. Edited by Cameron Pierce and Michael J Seidlinger (June) [Gabino Iglesias]

Walls by Andrew Duncan Worthington (July)

Noir: A Love Story by Edward J Rathke (July) [David Atkinson]

if I really wanted to feel happy I would feel happy already by Jordan Castro (August)
Paper Champion by Shane Jones (September) [Shane Cartledge]

My Apologies Accepted by Bunny Rogers (September) [Ben Fama]

Research; A Novel for Performance by Joseph Riippi (October)

We Will Listen For You by Nick Ripatrazone (November)

Winterswim by Ryan W Bradley (December)

Coconut Books

Foreigner’s Folly: A Tale of Attempted Project by Jiyoon Lee (February)

Séance by Andrea Rexilius (February)

Lions, Remonstrance by Shelly Taylor (April)

YOU DA ONE by Jennifer Tamayo (May)

Backfire by Emily Toder (May) [Mike Young]

Dismantling the Rabbit Altar by Natasha Kessler (May)

Invisible Reveille by Carina Finn (October)

More No Good by Alexis Pope (October)

More Wreck More Wreck by Tyler Gobble (October) [Mike Young]

Coffee House Press

The Devil’s Snake Curve: An Essay by Josh Ostergaard (April)

Faces in the Crowd: A Novel by Valeria Luiselli (May) [Tobias Carroll]

Sidewalks: Essays by Valeria Luiselli (May)

How a Mother Weaned Her Girl from Fairy Tales: Stories by Kate Bernheimer (August) [Molly Gaudry]

You Animal Machine (The Golden Greek): An Essay by Eleni Sikelianos (June)

An Artist’s Library: A Field Guide by Laura Damon-Moore and Erinn Batykefer (May)

Selected Poems by Mark Ford (April)

Dark. Sweet. New and Selected Poems by Linda Hogan (July)

Cross Worlds: Transcultural Poetics: An Anthology Edited by Anne Waldman and Laura Wright (June)

Columbus Press

Hagridden by Sam Snoek-Brown (Fall) [David Atkinson]

Curbside Splendor

The Old Neighborhood by Bill Hillmann (April) [Jason Pettus]

Let Go and Go On and On by Tim Kinsella (April) [Tobias Carroll]

Once I Was Cool by Megan Stielstra (May)

The New Black: A Neo- Noir Anthology. Edited by Richard Thomas (May) [Guy Intoci]

If I Would Leave Myself Behind by Lauren Becker (June) [Ashley Inguanta]

The Amazing Mister Orange by Marvin Tate (June)

Animals in Peril by Ryan Kenealy (July)

Echo Lake by Letitia Trent (August) [David Nahm]

Dalkey Archive

Sometime I Lie and Sometimes I Don’t (Austrian Literature Series) by Nadja Spiegel (March)

From Out of the City (Irish Literature Series) by John Kelly (April)

Selected Stories (Brazilian Literature Series) by Joaquim Machado (April)

More Than You Know (American Literature Series) by Melissa Malouf (April)

Radio (Estonian Literature Series) by Tõnu Õnnepalu (April)

Metamorphosis (British Literature Series) by Nicholas Mosley (April)

A Sentimental Novel by Alain Robbe-Grillet (April)

Works by Edouard Levé (July) [Michael J Seidlinger]

Dancing Girl Press

None of Us Know Any Stories by Emma Sovich () [Simon Jacobs]

Dark Coast/Pharos

The Lists of the Past by Julie Hayden. Selected and Introduced by Cheryl Strayed (May)

The Tattooed Heart & My Name is Rose by Theodora Keogh. Selected and Introduced by Lidia Yuknavich (May)

Total Loss Farm: A Year in the Life by Raymond Mungo. Selected and Introduced by Dana Spiotta (June)

Crazy Weather by Charles L McNichols. Selected and Introduced by Ursula K Le Guin (June)

Dig That Book Co

#urananimal by Nicholas Spence (February)

Furthest Agent by D.C DeMarse (April)

Brother Lung by Mike W. Archibald (July)

It Doesn’t Matter what you look like on the Outside it’s what’s on the Internet that Counts” by Beach Sloth (October)

Dzanc Books

When Blackness Was a Virtue by Michael Grant Jaffe (January)

Byrd by Kim Church (March)

Not For Nothing by Stephen Graham Jones (March) [Ashley Inguanta]

The Brunist Day of Wrath by Robert Coover (March)

Sankya by Zakhar Prilepin (April)

The Mayflies by Sara Veglahn (April)

The Sea-God’s Herb by John Domini (May) [David Atkinson]

Between Wrecks by George Singleton (May)

Friday Was the Bomb: Five Years in the Middle East by Nathan Deuel (May)

The Committee on Town Happiness by Alan Michael Parker (June)

The Fish and the Not Fish by Peter Markus (July)

In Bed One Night, and Other Brief Encounters by Robert Coover (August)

The Old Reactor by David Ohle (September)

Offerings From a Rust Belt Jockey by Andy Plattner (September)

A Different Bed Every Time by Jac Jemc (October) [David Atkinson]

By Light We Knew Our Names by Anne Valente (October) [Justin Carter]

History of Cold Seasons by Joshua Harmon (November)

The Annotated Mixtape by Joshua Harmon (November) [Jamie Iredell]

The Maggot People by Henning Koch (November)

Come Away by Stephen Policoff (November)

EAB Publishing

Lit Mag/anthology: Midnight Circus: Classic Lit on the Side (Winter)

Lit Mag/Anthology: Midnight Circus: Rejected Dreams (Spring)

The Garden of Good and Evil Pancakes by David Atkinson (Spring)

Lit Mag/Anthology: Midnight Circus: Invasion and Occupation (Summer)

The ABCs of Dinkology 2 by AE Stueve (Summer) [David Atkinson]

Lit Mag/Anthology: Midnight Circus: 2013-2014 Collection (Summer)

Emergency Press

Fence Books

Fiction Collective 2 (FC2)

Fourteen Stories | None of Them Are Yours by Luke Goebel (September) [Jason Cook]

Fifth Star Press

O, Democracy! By Kathleen Rooney (April) [Jason Cook]

Future Tense Books

Scout Book chapbooks from Jay Ponteri, May-Lan Tan, and Chelsea Hodson (May)

Excavation: A Memoir by Wendy C Ortiz (July)


Gigantic Worlds: An Anthology of Science Flash Fiction (March)

Graywolf Press

Damned If I Do: Stories by Percival Everett (February)

Karate Chop: Stories by Dorthe Nors and Martin Aitken (February) [Liberty Hardy]

Glyph: A Novel by Percival Everett (February)

Woke Up Lonely: A Novel by Fiona Maazel (April)

Holler Presents

The Collected Interviews of Scott McClanahan Volume 1 and 2 () [Cameron Pierce]

Stories V! by Scott McClanahan reissue () [Tyler Crumrine]

Ink Press Productions

Work Ethic by Tim Paggi (January) [Tyler Crumrine]

I’m Just Happy To Be Here by Mark Cugini (March) [Molly Gaudry]

Jaded Ibis Productions

Venus on Mars by Jan Millsapps (March)

A Map of Everything by Elizabeth Earley (March)

The Art Courage Program a collaboration by Katharine Whitcomb and Brian Goeltzenleuchter (March)

An Unsuitable Princess by Jane Rosenberg LaForge (April)

Is The Room by Rosetta Ballew-Jennings (April) [AJ Ortega]

Azimuth by Carol Ciavonne (Summer)

Boiling Lake by Sharon White (Summer)

Squeal for Joy by David Hoenigman (Summer)

Angels of a Random Touch by Marlon Fick (Summer)

Women Born With Fur and Out from the Pleiades by Beth Couture and Leslie McGrath (Fall) [Joanie DiMartino]

Two Memoirs by Amanda Montei (Fall)

The Book of I by Jorge Armenteros (Fall)

Crepuscule w/ Nellie by Joe Milazzo (Fall)

Devouring the Green: The Cyborg Lyric Anthology [Poetry in an Era of Catastrophic Change] (Fall)

Kattywompus Press

Don Dreams and I Dream by Leah Umansky (February) [David Blumenshine]

Lazy Fascist Press

American Monster by J.S. Breukelaar (First Quarter) [Matthew Revert]

Witch Piss by Sam Pink (First Quarter) [Gabino Iglesias]

The Door That Faced West by Alan M. Clark (First Quarter)

The Collected Works of Noah Cicero Vol. 2 by Noah Cicero (Second Quarter) [Brian Alan Ellis]

The Fun We’ve Had by Michael J Seidlinger (Second Quarter) [Matthew Revert]

The Last Horror Novel in the History of the World by Brian Allen Carr (Second Quarter) [Shane Cartledge]

Lazy Fascist Review #1 (Second Quarter) [Brian Alan Ellis]

To Those Whose Lives We’ve Ruined by Matthew Revert (Third Quarter) [Shane Cartledge]

Lazy Fascist Review #2 (Fourth Quarter) [Brian Alan Ellis]

Miseryhead by Michael J Seidlinger (Fourth Quarter) [Brian Alan Ellis]

Les Figues Press

The Lit Pub

The Birds & the Beasts by Andrea Kneeland

Letters to the Devil by Lena Bertone

Textile School by Katy Gunn [Simon Jacobs]

There Is Nothing Else to See Here by Chelsea Clammer [Tony Messenger]

Magic Helicopter Press

Range of Motion by Meagan Cass ()

Letters to Lil Wayne by Lauren Ireland () [Quincy Rhoads]

Wallop by Jordan Stempleman ()


The Parallel Apartments by Bill Cotter (February)

The Best of McSweeney’s Internet Tendency by Chris Monks and John Warner (March)

Painted Cities by Alexai Galaviz-Budziszewski (March)

Notebook of Nothings by Editors of McSweeney’s (April)

Melville House Books

A Highly Unlikely Scenario by Rachel Cantor (January) [Anne Valente]

Phantoms Of Breslau by Marek Krajewski (January)

Definitely Maybe by Arkady & Boris Strugatsky (February)

Vidal vs. Mailer by Norman Mailer, Gore Vidal and Carole Mallory (February)

The Weirdness by Jeremy Bushnell (March) [Liberty Hardy]

The Damned Utd: A Novel by David Peace (March)

Maranoia: Weed, Greed, and the End of California by David Rose (March)

Leavetaking by Peter Weiss and Christopher Levenson (March)

The Sea Inside by Philip Hoare (April)

With My Dog Eyes: A Novel by Hilda Hilst and Adam Morris (April) [David Nahm]

Seeing Power: Art and Activism in the Age of Cultural Production by Nato Thompson (April)

Novel [title tk] by Michael Bible () [Gene Kwak]

Midsummer Nights Press

When I Was Straight by Julie Marie Wade (Spring)

This Life Now by Michael Broder (Spring)

MG Press

Above All Men by Eric Shonkwiler (March) [Leah Angstman]


How to Say ‘I Love You’ in Greenlandic, by Nancy Campbell (February)

Temple, by Kristen Case (April)

111O/7, the A issue (April-May)

Child Helga, by George Szirtes (May)

Uncle Zoltán, by George Szirtes (October)

111O/8, (October)

Germania, by George Szirtes (November)

New Proverbs of Hell, by George Szirtes (letterpress broadside, November)

The NewerYork

The Inevitable June by Bob Schofield (June) [Thomas Lyons]

theNewerYork Book IV (August)

New Directions

Fullblooded Arabian by Osama Alomar (January) [David Nahm]

The Bachelors by Muriel Spark (April)

The Ballad of Peckham Rye by Muriel Spark (April)

The Comforters by Muriel Spark (April)

The Driver’s Seat by Muriel Spark (April)

A Far Cry from Kensington by Muriel Spark (April)

The Informed Air by Muriel Spark (April)

Loitering with Intent by Muriel Spark (April)

Memento Mori by Muriel Spark (April)

Territorial Rights by Muriel Spark (April)

Between Parentheses by Roberto Bolaño (May)

The Secret of Evil by Roberto Bolano (May)

The Iceland by Sakutaro Hagiwara (May) [Tony Messenger]

Stealth by Sonallah Ibrahim (May)

The Iraqi Nights by Dunya Mikhail (May)

Never Love a Gambler by Keith Ridgway (May)

Conversations by Cesar Aira (June)

New York Tyrant/Tyrant Books

Preparation for the Next Life by Atticus Lish (November)

Hill William by Scott McClanahan (as read by Scott McClanahan. Audio book)

Nouvella Books

Octopus Books

Origami Zoo Press

Together, Apart by Ben Hoffman (March) [Anne Valente]

Behind This Mirror by Lena Bertone (August)

Other Press

A Well-Tempered Heart by Jan-Philipp Sendker (January)

Not I by Joachim Fest (February)

A Curse On Dostoevsky by Atiq Rahimi (March) [Tony Messenger]

The Unlikely Settler by Lipika Pelham (March)

A Fairy Tale by Jonas T. Bengtsson (March)

The Cold Song by Linn Ullmann (April)

Secrecy by Rupert Thomson (April)

I’ll Be Right There by Kyung-sook Shin (May) [Joanie DiMartino]

The Impossible Exile by George Prochnik (May)

Unlearning With Hannah Arendt by Marie Luise Knott (May)

Papers in the Wind by Eduardo Sacheri (May)

Live Bait by Fabio Genovesi (June)

If It Is Your Life by James Kelman (July)

Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing

Tales from the Holy Land by Rafael Alvarez (January)

Long Distance Drunks: a Tribute to Charles Bukowski (March) [Gabino Iglesias]

Gory Hole: a Horror Triple Bill by Craig Wallwork (April)

Destroying the Tangible Illusion of Reality; or, Searching for Andy Kaufman by T. Fox Dunham (May)

Neophyte by Eli Wilde & ‘Anna DeVine (June)

The Green Kangaroos by Jessica McHugh (August)

Truth or Dare? An Anthology (October)

Plain Wrap Press

Sleep by David Tomaloff (February)

The Heart’s Progress by Sarah Fran Wisby (February)

Horse Girl by Thais Benoit (February) [Beach Sloth]

Bring Me My Absolute Surrender by Matthew Sherling (February)

The Translations by Andrea Kneeland (March) [Cameron Pierce]

The Frogs by Adam J Maynard (March)

Plays Inverse Press

THE HOLY GHOST PEOPLE by Joshua Young (February)

Bloodletting in Minor Scales [A Canvas in Arms] by Justin Limoli (2014)

Pleiades Press

Sylph by Abigail Cloud (April) [Justin Carter]

Frances Jammes: On The Life And Work Of A Lost 20th Century Master edited by Kathryn Nuernberger and Bruce Whiteman (June)

Pop Serial

Pop Serial 5 ()

Publishing Genius Press

Scarecrone by Melissa Broder (February) [David Blumenshine]

You Can Make Anything Sad by Spencer Madsen (April) [Rhys Nixon]

How to Catch a Coyote by Christy Crutchfield (June) [Mike Young]

SPREZZATURA by Mike Young (July) [Michael J Seidlinger]

Valparaiso, Round the Horn by Madeline ffitch (September) [Mike Young]

Eat, Knucklehead by Craig Griffin (November) [Brian Alan Ellis]

Queen’s Ferry Press

Danceland by Jennifer Pieroni (2014)

Elegantly Naked in My Sexy Mental Illness by Heather Fowler (2014) [Tony Messenger]

Backswing by Aaron Burch (2014)

Torture Tree by Bayard Godsave (2014)

All the Ways We Say Goodbye by Victoria Kelly (2014)

Rose Metal Press

All Movies Love the Moon: Prose Poems on Silent Film by Gregory Robinson () [Leah Angstman]

The winner of our Eighth Annual Short Short Chapbook Contest, selected by contest judge Michael Martone to be published in summer 2014 (Spring)

A soon-to-be titled anthology of five novellas-in-flash by Tiff Holland, Meg Pokrass, Margaret Chapman, Chris Bower, and Aaron Teel (Spring)

Sarabande Books

Praying Drunk by Kyle Minor (February) [Guy Intoci]

Sator Press

No Other by Mark Gluth (Winter)

Scrambler Books

Polymath poetry by Mike Bushnell (February) [Beach Sloth]

An Anthology of Contemporary Brazilian Poetry. Edited by Ana Guadalupe and Jeremy Spencer (2014) [Mike Young]

takahē poetry by Stacey Teague (Summer)

An Anthology of Contemporary Spanish Poetry. Edited by Luna Miguel and Jeremy Spencer (2014)

Short Flight Long Drive

Similar Peaks

@snarkus666 by Marcus McDonald () [Ben Fama]

Red Poems by Vanessa Jimenez Gabb ()

The Face of God by Taylor Jacob Pate ()

Soho Press

Foreign Gods, Inc. by Okey Ndibe (January)

The Roving Party by Rohan Wilson (February)

Songs Only You Know: A Memoir by Sean Hoen (April)

Inside Madeleine: Stories by Paula Bomer (May) [Tobias Carroll]

The City Son by Samrat Upadhyay (June)

Forensic Songs: Stories by Mike McCormack (Aug)

Rainey Royal by Dylan Landis (September)

BOMB: The Author Interviews (November)

Solar Luxuriance

GHOSTLORD by Chris Moran
Bath House by Hans Henny Jahnn, tr. Adam Siegel
Children of the Stones by Jarett Kobek
Unperformed Actions of Rudolf Schwarzkogler by Pierre Abidi

Sorry House

debut novel (title tk) by Kool AD (2014)

Spork Press

Wish You Were Here by Matthew Dickman


The History of Ideas, 1973-2012, by Brian Blanchfield [Joe Milazzo]

Saturn by Simon Jacobs

All Hopped up on Fleshy Dum Dums by Lara Glenum [David Blumenshine]

Sky Rat by Rauan Klassnik

Tarpaulin Sky

Tiny Hardcore Press

Beside Myself by Ashley Farmer (March) [Gene Kwak]

Blacken Me Blacken Me, Growled – Cassandra Troyan

Dog Men – by Alana Noel Voth

One Sparrow In a Flock of Sparrows – by Sheila Squillante

Two Dollar Radio

Made to Break by D Foy (March) [Jamie Iredell]

Crystal Eaters by Shane Jones (June) [Cameron Pierce]

Ancient Oceans of Central Kentucky by David Connerley Nahm (August)

Tyrus Books

Forest of Fortune by Jim Ruland (August) [Jason Cook]

Wakefield Press

Pybrac by Pierre Louÿs Translated, with an introduction, by Geoffrey Longnecker (April)

Flametti, or The Dandyism of the Poor by Hugo Ball Translated by Catherine Schelbert, with an introduction by Bernhard Echte (May)

The Emperor of China and Other Dada Plays by Georges Ribemont-Dessaignes Translated, with an introduction, by Christopher Butterfield (2014) [Tyler Crumrine]

Wave Books

Etruria by Rodney Koeneke (April)

If I Don’t Breathe How Do I Sleep by Joe Wenderoth (April) [Jim Ruland]

Talkativeness by Michael Earl Craig (April)

Language Arts by Cedar Sigo (April)

The Pedestrians by Rachel Zucker (April)


E! Entertainment by Kate Durbin (May) [Jamie Iredell]

Tweaky Village by Kevin Killian (March)

YesYes Books

American Barricade by Danniel Schoonebeek [Mark Cugini]

The Bones of Us with poetry by J. Bradley and art by Adam Scott Mazer (a fully illustrated graphic poetry collection)

North of Order by Nick Gulig

[insert] boy by Danez Smith

A New Language for Falling Out of Love by Meghan Privitello [Mike Young]

EDITORS: Press/books not listed? Let’s fix that. Contact me with your press schedules.

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