Established in 2016, PALOMA PRESS is an independent literary press publishing poetry, prose, and limited edition books. Titles include BLUE by Wesley St. Jo & Remé Grefalda (officially launched at The Library of Congress in September 2017), and MANHATTAN: An Archaeology by Eileen R. Tabios (which debuted at the 4th Filipino American International Book Festival at the San Francisco Public Library in October 2017).
Paloma Press has also released the fundraising chapbooks MARAWI in support of relief efforts in the Southern Philippines; and AFTER IRMA AFTER HARVEY in support of hurricane-displaced animals in Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico.
Paloma Press proudly curated the wildly successful literary reading, “THREE SHEETS TO THE WIND,” as part of the 2017 Litquake Festival in San Francisco.
SUBMISSION GUIDELINES: We have an open call for submissions, and publish poetry, literary fiction, and creative nonfiction. Please note that we have projects lined up for 2018 and manuscripts submitted this year will be considered for production in 2019.
Publisher: Aileen Cassinetto
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