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CLMP Directory of Independent Literary Publishers

Welcome to the online CLMP Directory of independent literary publishers, a digital resource and offspring of CLMP’s former annual print directory.

Browse presses, magazines, and online publishers alphabetically using the top navigation bar. Search for a specific press by entering its name or choosing a format from the dropdown menu.


 

A Strange Object
jill@astrangeobject.com
  • Type of organization
    press
  • Phone
    (512) 507-1494
  • Web address
  • Social media platforms used
    Facebook, Twitter
  • Statement
    Founded in 2012, A Strange Object is a women-run, fiction-focused press in Austin, Texas. The press champions debuts, daring writing, and good design across all platforms. Its titles are distributed by Small Press Distribution.
  • Is your group affiliated with a University, portal or other agency?
    no
  • Primary editor/Contact person
    Jill Meyers
  • Contact title
    Codirector
  • Focus
    Dedicated to publishing surprising, heartbreaking literary fiction. Fiction that haunts and inspires us.
  • Submissions policy
    We accepted agented submissions. As for unagented submissions, we ask writers to let us know about the projects they are working on—if we're interested, we'll follow up.
  • CLMP Member?
    yes
  • Number of Books Published per Year
    2
  • Titles in Print
    4
  • Average Print Run
    1500

Politics and Prose

at The NYPL, Oct. 11

Lit Crawl NYC

Match Game, Oct. 1

7th Annual Brooklyn Indie Party

at Greenlight Books, Sept. 16

Hundreds in Hudson

at the 1st Read & Feed

READ & FEED

at Basilica Hudson, July 30

Poets Read Fiction

at Berl's Brooklyn Poetry Shop, May 17

2nd Annual Firecracker Awards

May 19 at Poets House

Mothers in Publishing

May 7 at the NYPL

POC in Publishing

Periodically Speaking at the NYPL