Chad Post

Deahl, Rachel
October 2008
Publishers Weekly;10/6/2008, Vol. 255 Issue 40, p18
Trade Publication
The article features publisher Chad Post, who is the director of the "Open Month Letter Press." He worked at nonprofit company Dalkey Archive Press where he became an associate director for six years. He was educated at Michigan State with double major, English and Psychology. Post is also a vocal promoter of internationa literature.


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