Plain View Press gives contemporary voice to a far-flung community of humane and passionate writers and readers.
Plain View Press is a 36-year-old issue-based literary publishing house. We have published over 350 titles presenting the work of almost 500 national and international writers. We publish contemporary literature — poetry, fiction, memoir and nonfiction.
"Despite evidence that relentless violence has taken root worldwide, there is hope and there are artists to show the human face of it."
Susan Bright, Poet/Publisher, 2010
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Under the Sign of the Samovar by Marcia Katz Wolf;
It's All About Shoes edited by Pamela Laskin, Those Bones at Goliad by Judith Austin Mills, Desert Daughter by Nancy Key Roeder, Pictures in the Firestorm, Second Edition by Laren Rusk; Uncle Feyegle, Hardback Edition by Ahron Taub; Prayers of a Heretic, Hardback Edition, Ahron Taub; Carl, Willi, and Blanche, revised, by Barbara de la Cuesta; Alberix the Celt Book 2: Hear Again the Lark by Albert Noyer, Everyday Objects: poems by Edward A. Dougherty, Mush: from sled dogs to celiac by Tara Caimi, Ring of Fire by George Keithley.
Opening Gates by Nancy King; Shadowprints by Kim Zabel; Are You There by Victor Rizzo, Morning Light by Nancy King.
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Layla by Celine Keating, published in June, 2011, from Plain View Press, was chosen by both HuffPost and Poets & Writers as a must-read book.
Richard Troxell's book Looking Up At the Bottom Line has been sent to every congressional and senate representative and to the mayor of every state!