The Great American Novel

The Great American Novel: Selected Visual Poetry (2001-2019) Eileen R. Tabios ISBN: 978-1-7323025-7-0 Release Date: February 14, 2019 Pages: 128 Price: $18.00 Distributors: Amazon, Ingram, Paloma Press Paloma Press is pleased to release The Great American Novel (GAN) by Eileen R. Tabios. Spanning two decades, GAN presents a unique vision of visual poetry. Texts and…

How to help those affected by the wildfires

In light of the devastating wildfires in Butte and Ventura County, Paloma Press has donated to the animal relief efforts of Butte Humane Society and the Humane Society of Ventura County. We encourage you to do the same. For every donation of at least $25 to either organization, we will send the donor any book…

Hay(na)ku!

HAY(NA)KU 15: A Commemorative 15th Year Anniversary Anthology Edited by Eileen R. Tabios ISBN: 978-0-9826493-1 Release Date: September 2018 Pages: 232 SPECIAL OFFER! The book’s release price is $14.40, a 20% discount from its retail price of $18.00. You can take advantage of this offer by ordering through Lulu. For more information: editor@palomapress.net BOOK DESCRIPTION:…

HUMANITY, Volume 1

HUMANITY, Volume 1 An Anthology edited by Eileen R. Tabios Published by Paloma Press ISBN: 978-1732302518 Release Date: August 15, 2018 Pages: 212 Price: $18 Available now through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Chapters/Indigo, & select bookshops Contact: editor@palomapress.net PALOMA PRESS RELEASES 11TH BOOK, HUMANITY, A FUNDRAISER FOR MIGRANT AND REFUGEE CHILDREN San Francisco, 15 August…

Be a Humanitarian

A rare feat, HUMANITY gathers scholars, writers, ministers, and cultural and environmental activists in a seminal work that explores the human condition. HUMANITY, the anthology, supports UNICEF USA’s Emergency Relief campaigns on the borders of the United States and in Syria. As an action call, Paloma Press will send a copy of the anthology to the…

HUMANITY in support of migrant and refugee children

A child uprooted may be called a refugee, an internally displaced person or a migrant. But first and foremost, a child is a child, no matter where they come from. (UNICEF) The numbers are staggering: 11,786 children under 18 are currently detained after crossing the southern U. S. border (U.S. Department of Health and Human…