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Flood Editions

Flood Editions is a small press publisher based in Chicago, Illinois. The press was founded in 2002 by poet and translator Michael O'Leary. Flood Editions specializes in poetry, with a focus on contemporary American and international poets. They have published collections by poets such as Peter Gizzi, Fanny Howe, and Jennifer Moxley. In addition to poetry, Flood Editions also publishes translations of poetry and prose from languages such as French, Spanish, and German. The press has a reputation for producing high-quality, carefully designed books, and has been praised for its commitment to discovering and publishing new and exciting voices in poetry.

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