From Audre Lorde to Leonora Carrington, Silver Press is the London publishing house uncovering forgotten feminist gems.
Described as the ‘the love child of Verso and Faber’, Repeater Books is an exciting new voice in left-wing literature – revolutionising the tired world of cultural theory and criticism.
OWN IT! is a ‘storytelling lifestyle brand’ that blends traditional publishing with digital innovations and integrated live shows, creating a space where art meets activism.
After struggling to find a publisher for his images, photographer Stephen Leslie discovered Unbound – a UK organisation giving power back to writers.
Since its inception in 1969, Pluto Press has become known for its groundbreaking left-wing literature – pushing the genre out of academia and into the real world.
After shaking up the Nigerian literary scene, Cassava Republic has now come to London: becoming the first African publisher to establish a subsidiary outside of the continent.
Founded in 2012, Jacaranda Books is bringing black culture to mainstream publishing, providing a space for writers that ‘cross racial, gender and cultural boundaries.’
After being let go from her job, and turned away from every publication, Claire Milbrath started her own title to bring emerging artists out into the light, away from the establishment's doors.
The writer and publisher shares his experience of getting shit done... without having to make soul-destroying compromises.
Offprint London showcases the best of indie publishing at Tate Modern, May 20-22. Here are our top picks.
MacKenzie Peck makes real good porn. Publisher of Feminist Math Magazine, Peck gets off on sticking it to sleazy San Fernando Valley execs.
Loud And Quiet’s reputation has grown steadily since it began life as a fanzine in 2005 - thanks in part to its eye-catching music photography.