Poets & Writers

Small Press Points

“We’ve been publishing revolutionary queer women of color for thirty-five years,” write the editors of on their website (), “and we, 2000) and South Asian women in the United States (, 1993). Now based in San Francisco, the nonprofit press publishes two to four books each year of mostly fiction and nonfiction. Forthcoming titles include a reprint of Juliana Delgado Lopera’s in the fall and a critical edition of Gloria E. Anzaldúa’s next spring. Although the editors are particularly interested in work by queer women of color, submissions of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry by women of all backgrounds (to be considered for inclusion in future anthologies) are open year-round via postal mail.

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