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Vermillion Ink Press

Vermillion Ink Press aims to publish literature that uplifts underrepresented voices and illuminates the world in vivid color. In this work, they seek to increase empathy, foster discussion, and cultivate community through the power of the written word.

Aapil Library

Aapil Library aims to develop a zine library focused on personal narratives and is open to makers, readers and the general public in a physical space with online access to workshops. The aim is to foster a human connection between us with a broader objective of contributing to the literature of our times while building a sense of community. 

Burn Something Collective

Burn Something Collective aims to work at the intersection of curation, publishing, and mentorship to create support, connection, and autonomy for Black and POCI femme, nonbinary, and trans artists, writers, curators, and cultural workers. BSC envisions a world in which expression from queer Black and POCI artists is not erased, overlooked, undercut, or confined by imposed categories.

The Witness Project

The Witness Project aims to create and implement strategies for the development and dissemination of literary work by and for underrepresented populations and, by creating opportunities for traditionally silenced voices to be heard, to serve as a catalyst for cross-cultural understanding. 

Strive Publishing

Strive Publishing aims to publish African American picture books and young adult novels with stories from African American communities that are contemporary and relatable.

Sigma’s Bookshelf

Sigma’s Bookshelf aims to exclusively publish the works of teen authors ages 12-19 at reduced cost.

Poetry for People

Poetry for People aims to create events and classes that make poetry accessible, interactive, and illuminating.

Holy Cow! Press

Holy Cow! Press is an independent small press publisher with a primary focus on Midwest authors and artists.

Cow Tipping Press

Cow Tipping Press aims to teach and publish writing by people with developmental disabilities, encouraging readers to reconsider the dynamism and assets of this rich form of human diversity.