Boutique Publishers

Hodler, Timothy
December 2008
Details;Dec2008 Supplement, p49
The article features three publishers in the U.S. The Dalkey Archive Press was launched in 1984 as a side project of the Review of Contemporary Fiction. Two Dollar Radio was started by Eric Obenauf, a bartender, and his wife and brother in 2005. It has produced an impressive array of subversive fiction from former literary big-leaguers like Rudolph Wurlitzer and Jay Neugeboren. Small Beer Press was founded by Kelly Link and her husband.


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