Ghost City Press
Ghost City Press is an independent publisher of contemporary literature, poetry, and art based in Atlanta, Georgia. The press was founded in 2015 by John Dermot Woods and is focused on publishing unique and innovative literary works that push the boundaries of traditional forms and styles. Ghost City Press also operates a small press bookstore and curates literary events in Atlanta.
The press has published several books, including poetry, fiction, and non-fiction, and some of its notable works are The Complete Collection of People, Places & Things by Diane Williams, The Portable Veblen by Elizabeth McKenzie, and The Lost Children Archive by Valeria Luiselli. Ghost City Press has also published several chapbooks, including works by poets and fiction writers, as well as anthologies of poetry and fiction.
Ghost City Press has a mission to publish and promote the work of emerging and established authors, poets, and artists from around the world. The press is committed to publishing diverse voices and perspectives, and it has published works by authors from a variety of cultural, ethnic, and socio-economic backgrounds.
The press is considered as one of the most exciting independent presses in the literary world, and it has gained a reputation for its high-quality publications and its support of emerging authors, poets, and artists. Ghost City Press is known for its commitment to publishing unique and innovative works of literature, poetry, and art, and for its support of the literary community in Atlanta and beyond.