Readers & Writers
Publisher Resources
Search Publishers

Welcome to the 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.


Sputnik & Fizzle
  • Type of organization
  • Phone
    (347) 332-3094
  • Web address
  • Social media platforms used
    Facebook Instagram
  • Mission Statement / Editorial Focus
    Sputnik & Fizzle publishes lectures and other interventions in the world of ideas and praxis. We aspire to cultivate a space where academics and multimedia artists cross paths, where texts disturb comfortable formal territories, where national and linguistic boundaries are transposed via translation, and where the discourses that shape social, political, ecological, scientific, and artistic life coincide. We are interested foremost in the confluence of the theoretical and the practical. While much of our content is solicited, we are also open to submissions. Translations are most welcome. Sputnik & Fizzle should highlight the fluidity between the humanities, arts, and sciences. We believe in the versatility of the lecture format and are committed to realizing its wealth of embodiments.
  • Is your group affiliated with a University, portal or other agency?
  • Primary editor/Contact person
    Rita Sobral Campos
  • Contact title
  • Focus
    S&F publishes interdisciplinary lectures broadly within the humanities relevant to both artistic and scholarly practices.
  • Submissions policy
    We hold a reading period during the spring as well as solicit manuscripts from individual authors. For unsolicited submissions during our reading period, we require a one-page description of the project and up to 10 manuscript pages. We aim at responding to queries within two months.
  • CLMP Member?
  • Number of Books Published per Year
  • Titles in Print
    Fred Moten, "A Poetics of the Undercommons"; Divya Victor, "Semblance: Two Essays"; Mason Leaver-Yap, "Mediated Monologues"
  • Average Print Run

We would like to collect information during your site visit to help us better understand site use. This data is anonymized, and will not be used for marketing purposes. Read More on our Privacy Policy page. You can withdraw permission at any time or update your privacy settings here. Please choose below to continue.