Middle Island Press

Chapbook Publishing for the love of all things literary

   Jul 31

Welcome to Middle Island Press

Middle Island Press: Specializing in Chapbooks, and now extending a perfect-bound publishing option. We publish poetry and poetic prose, and we represent some of the finest poets of our time. If you wish to get published, we are here to see your dreams to fruition…and for book-lovers, of course we showcase some of the best titles in America.

Forthcoming Titles:

Chicken Train by Terry Minchow-Proffitt
Turkey Heaven: Animal Rights Haiku by Robert Epstein

Recent Releases:

Beyond the Grave: Contemporary Afterlife Haiku edited by Robert Epstein
Beyond the Pillars by Loni Hoots
Big City Nighttime Stories by Gene McCormick
Billy Boy by Rodney Nelson
Cross Point Road by Rodney Nelson
Haiku Edge by Robert Epstein
Inside the Dark Room by Laken Brooks
Jupiter Works on Commission by Jack Phillips Lowe
Mac and the Princess by Frances McColl Stewart
Seven Last Words by Terry Minchow-Proffitt
Short and Sweet by Todd Millick
The Nymph of the Unknown Forest by Loni Hoots
The Sweet Surrender of Love and Nature by Mwati Mwila
Vignettes by Frances McColl Stewart

Publisher’s Notes:

We are currently not accepting new projects for saddle-stitched chapbooks, but we are accepting perfect-bound publishing projects. See our “Get Published” page for more information.

Authors, we only accept electronic manuscripts (we proofread, but we do not transcribe).

MUCH THANKS to our fine poets for growing Middle Island Press,
and THANK YOU, READERS, for supporting living poets!

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At Middle Island Press, we design our books with love and craft them to perfection. We hope you will enjoy reading them as much as we enjoy the various aspects of the publishing process.

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Selected SnippetsRobert Champ - Nova Scotia Road