Texas Publishers 

ABSOLUTE LOVE PUBLISHING (Austin) - We are an independent publishing house devoted to creating and publishing books that promote goodness in the world. We offer inspirational
non-fiction and fiction books in categories such as body, mind, & spirit; self-help; spiritual; mystery; New Thought/metaphysical, and Young Adult.


ARTE PUBLICO PRESS (Houston) - The nation's largest and most established publisher of contemporary and recovery literature by U.S. Hispanic authors.

ASATTE PRESS (Austin) - Asatte Press is an Austin startup company specializing in Cloud Computing skills delivery. The Asatte Press Systematic Cloud Tutor can deliver individual skill enhancement training in the form of traditional books or as an interactive game on iOS and Facebook.

BLACK BUZZARD PRESS (Austin) -  A subsidiary of VISIONS International Arts Synergy (VIAS), a non-profit group for the promotion of poetry and the arts. Publishing well crafted, exciting poetry and translations from modern poets, everywhere. Particularly interested in translations from less well known languages. Chapbooks, collections, and VISIONS INTERNATIONAL, The World Journal of Illustrated Poetry.

CINCO PUNTOS PRESS (El Paso) - Independent book publisher featuring multicultural literature for adults, young adults and children.

DEL ALMA PUBLICATIONS LLC (Zapata) - Our goal is to produce quality and culturally relevant material for children, young adults, and educators of bilingual, bicultural, educational settings.

DOS GATOS PRESS (Austin) - Dos Gatos Press has published the Texas Poetry Calendar annually since 2006. They are a nonprofit corporation organized for literary and educational purposes, Dos Gatos Press seeks to make poetry more widely available to the reading public and to support writers of poetry—especially in Texas and the Southwest.

GREENLEAF BOOK GROUP LLC (Austin) - Greenleaf Book Group is a publisher and distributor that specializes in the development of independent authors and the growth of small presses.

THE HISTORY PRESS - The History Press is looking for local historians and writers who are interested in publishing accessible histories of Texas. We are a traditional, full-service press that focuses exclusively on publishing works of local and regional interest. The History Press is dedicated to preserving and telling local stories that are too often overlooked by national presses. For more information, visit their website.

LITTLE RED LEAVES: TEXTILE SERIES
(Houston) - Little Red Leaves is a collectively edited annual online journal of poetry as well as an ebook/paperback series of original chapbooks and reprints. Their textile series feature handmade poetry chapbooks.

MOCKINGBIRD BOOKS (Boerne) - Mockingbird Books is actively seeking submissions for a limited number of non-fiction books that appeal to adult Texas residents and visitors. They will consider books about history, nature, the environment, gardening, cooking, regional attractions, current topics and other creative non-fiction. They do not publish fiction, historical fiction, poetry, children's books or romance.

MUTABILIS PRESS - Independent non-profit publisher of poetry. Includes a representative listing of titles, authors, and excerpts.

PECAN GROVE PRESS (San Antonio) - Pecan Grove Press was established in 1988,and is sponsored by The Louis J. Blume Library of St. Mary's University. The press publishes books and chapbooks of poetry and sometimes short works of prose.

PINATA BOOKS
(Houston) - Piñata Books is an imprint of Arte Público Press dedicated to the publication of children’s literature that authentically and realistically portrays themes, characters, and customs unique to U.S. Hispanic culture.

PLAIN VIEW PRESS (Austin) - Plain View Press is a 35-year-old issue-based literary publishing house. They have published 350 titles presenting the work of almost 500 national and international writers. They publish contemporary poetry, fiction, memoir and nonfiction.

QUEEN'S FERRY PRESS - (Plano) Queen's Ferry is an independent publisher of collections of literary fiction. Queen’s Ferry Press is committed to offering writing that conveys via its textual structuring and emotive interpretation.

SLOUGH PRESS (College Station)- Slough Press has been publishing fiction, poetry, and essays for over thirty years. The focus of the press is on contemporary literary authors who experiment with form, communicate to a wide audience, and hope to influence the culture positively.

A STRANGE OBJECT (Austin) - an independent press dedicated to publishing surprising, heartbreaking fiction alongside thoughtful ephemera. Interested in fiction that haunts and inspires — big work that engulfs, takes risks, bucks form, or builds warm dwellings in dark places.

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PRESS (Austin) - The University of Texas Press is a publisher of international scope, issuing works in a wide range of fields. Their books present the results of original research conducted all across the United States and Latin America and in centers of learning throughout the world.

VIRGOGRAY PRESS (Austin) - Virgogray Press is an independent publisher that focuses on chapbooks and poetry. They are interested in expanding to publish full collections of poetry and literature in the near future.

WEST TEXAS LITERARY REVIEW (Lubbock) - West Texas Literary Review seeks poems, essays, flash fiction, and photographs that bring value to the page. We want work that is thoughtful, deliberate, and authentic. We want work that is concrete and direct, and can justify its own existence. We read submissions year round.

WINGS PRESS (San Antonio) - Wings Press attempts to produce multicultural books, chapbooks, CDs, DVDs and broadsides that they hope will enlighten the human spirit and enliven the mind.

WHO ARE YOU PUBLISHING (Austin) - Who Are You Publishing is looking for writing submissions from all writers, whether young or old, published or unpublished, and in multiple forms of text. We believe that your truth, even a fictional truth, can come in all shapes, sizes, and styles. We are searching for writers who firmly understand their voice and simply require a platform to be heard as well as those on a journey to discover themselves and their identity as an author.

TRANSCENDENT ZERO PRESS (Houston) - We publish poetry with mystical undertones, making religious imagery your own. We publish protest poems from the frontlines. We don’t want timid or ranting verse. We want your heart, your love, your tenderness