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A small press with big ideas.
Welcome to the first issue of the ASP Bulletin, our quarterly newsletter! We’re kicking off 2020 with excerpts from our 2019-2020 releases, some brand-new content, and our first-ever open submission call. In this Bulletin you will find travel essays from Joanna Biggar and Linda Watanabe McFerrin, poems from Reuben Jackson and Elizabeth Hazen, true stories from Rose Solari and James J. Patterson, and an interview with the incomparable Mark A. Pritchard.
Joanna Biggar discusses the experience of revisiting a place in her newest blog entry, and debuts a poem in the shadow of the women’s march.Read More
In this interview for NPR affiliate KCBX, Linda Watanabe McFerrin discusses travel, literature, and her new book “Navigating the Divide.”Read More
ON TUESDAY the writer of 2019’s Scattered Clouds and archivist at UDC’s Felix E. Grant Jazz archives, Reuben Jackson, stopped in for a chat with the DC Public Library’s radio podcast.Read More
Reuben Jackson’s new poem cycle, Kelly’s Love for Waltzes, debuts in the Boston Review.Read More
New releases Spring 2020
A little about us...
Alan Squire Publishing is an independent literary press founded in 2010 to publish books of fiction, non-fiction, and poetry that are beautifully written and beautifully made, with the avid reader and book-lover in mind. We are committed to bringing to the public books of great merit that deserve a wide readership, and to forging a new model of collaboration with other independent presses here and abroad.
Our collaborators on various projects include Left Coast Writers in San Francisco, California, Chris Andrews Publications, Ltd., in Oxford, England, and the Santa Fe Writers Project, now based in Bethesda, Maryland. In 2014, ASP officially became an imprint of SFWP.
All ASP titles are distributed internationally by Independent Publishers Group (IPG), the original independent book distributor in the United States. For bulk orders, visit them here: http://www.ipgbook.com/
And we love book clubs, independent bookstores, and all other means of getting our books into the right hands! If you have any problems with your orders, or want to discuss alternative or charitable discounts, please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at 301-461-3296.