Small Press Book Fair

 
 

Conference to be held at the historic downtown El Tropicano Riverwalk Hotel, 110 Lexington Ave, San Antonio, TX

Aztlan Libre Press is dedicated to the promotion, publication, and free expression of Chicana/o literature and art.

Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review is a literary journal based in Austin, Texas that publishes poetry along with photographs, reviews and essays. Borderlands is a national publication with a special interest in supporting Texas and other southwestern poets and artists through publication and public readings.

Carnalitx Mobile Bookstore participates in conferences and community events in an effort to expand literacy. We focus on writers of color from multiple genres, and our inventory is comprised of previously read texts.

Chifladxzine is an online zine that focuses on the creative work of Latinxs. Chifladxzine was started by Claudia Delfina Cardona and Laura Valdez in Spring 2014 because we saw ourselves underrepresented in online publications we loved.

Founded to address the growing biliteracy challenges of the Hispanic learner in the United States, Del Alma Publications, LLC’s goal is to produce quality and culturally relevant material for children, young adults, and educators of bilingual, bicultural, educational settings.

FlowerSong Books nurtures essential verse from the borderlands.

Silver Needle Press is a new literary and artistic collective that strives to foster creative community through editorial accessibility and artist involvement. We pride ourselves on the commitment to generate opportunities for exposure for both emerging and established authors.

The Switchgrass Review is a national literary journal of women’s health, history, and transformation. We are published annually by the Coastal Bend Wellness Foundation (CBWF), in collaboration with the English Department at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi.

Trinity University Press is dedicated to publishing original, compelling, and imaginative work that furthers Trinity University’s commitment to educate for “the personal, lifelong quest for understanding of oneself and one’s place in the world.”

The Twig Book Shop began its evolution in San Antonio in 1972. Currently located at the former Pearl Brewery on the Museum Reach of the Riverwalk, The Twig provides newly released books for children and adults as well as award-winning classics. The space at Pearl has become a venue for local and national poets and authors. The Twig makes books available for book clubs, schools, and conferences. The Texana collection makes The Twig a destination for history lovers near and far.

Voices de la Luna is a quarterly literature and arts magazine. Founded in 2008 by San Antonio writers Mo Saidi and Jim Brandenburg, the magazine is the premier literary magazine in South Texas. All of us who are involved with the production of the magazine and with the many community services offered by Voices staff, board members, and contributors believe that poetry heals and arts advance the quality of life.

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