Ohio Book Publishers

The Antioch ReviewThe Antioch Review, founded in 1941, is one of the oldest, continuously publishing literary magazines in America, publishing fiction, essays, and poetry from both emerging as well as established authors.

Bottom Dog Press. Book publishing company which supports the art of writing in the Midwest and the Pacific Northwest.

Cleveland State University Poetry Center. Cleveland State University Poetry Center was originally established in 1962 at the former Fenn College of Engineering to promote poetry through readings and community outreach. In 1971, it expanded its mission to become a national non-profit independent poetry press under the auspices of the Cleveland State University Department of English, and has since published over one-hundred-fifty titles.The Poetry Center is committed to acquiring, through first-book and open-book competitions, stylistically distinctive and skillfully crafted collections from an aesthetically diverse range of authors.

Drinian Press LLC. Drinian Press relies on short-run and modern high-speed printing. Drinian Press, LLC is in its sixth year as a publisher with a mission of supporting emerging authors of quality fiction and providing a nontraditional avenue for writers who have a story to tell.

Gray & Company, Publishers. Publishing company specializing in the best books about Cleveland.

Kent University Press. The Kent State University Press is the publishing arm of Kent State University. The imprint is controlled by an editorial board composed of Kent faculty scholars. As a member of the Association of American University Presses, the Press is included in the select group of more than 100 university-sponsored scholarly presses, whose programs make them an important segment of the academic and publishing communities.

Miami University Press. Miami University Press, edited by Keith Tuma, publishes one volume of poetry each year as well as the winning entry in its novella contest and, occasionally, a volume of non-fiction or poetry in translation.

Oberlin College Press. Oberlin College Press publishes new collections of poetry by both established and emerging American poets, world poetry in illuminating translations, and innovative anthologies of poetry and poetics.

Ohio State University Press. The Ohio State University Press was established in 1957 and currently publishes 30 new books a year, specializing in literary studies, including: narrative theory, Victorian studies, medieval studies, and classics. The Press also acquires books in linguistics, offers foreign language pedagogical material, and publishes the annual winners of their short fiction and poetry prizes.

Ohio University Press & Swallow Press. Ohio University Press is an academic unit that reports to the Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost. The scholarly publishing arm of Ohio University operates under the guidance of an Editorial Advisory Board composed of some of the most engaged and acclaimed scholars on the Athens campus. Originally incorporated in 1947 and formally organized in 1964 by President John C. Baker, Ohio University Press is the largest scholarly press in the state of Ohio. With a staff of twelve, it publishes fifty titles a year and generates more than one million dollars in annual book sales.

Orange Frazer Press. Orange Frazer Press, over 20 years old, is a Wilmington, Ohio, family-owned and operated company and specializes in regional nonfiction with a national reach and custom publishing for both companies and individuals.

University of Akron Press. The University of Akron Press seeks to acquire innovative content that advances scholarship. These materials can be in traditional or digital formats. We especially are interested in works that are interdisciplinary in nature, shed light on new areas of research, and apply findings to real-world problems. As a regional publisher, we are interested in titles about Ohio history and culture in the broadest sense.