Sunday, September 16, 2012

New Website (playing around)


--> T I N F I S H __ P R E S S

Tinfish Press was founded in 1995 to publish experimental poetry from the Pacific region. We began with a thin journal that was xeroxed and stapled, and moved into chapbooks, then into full length volumes of poetry. Our designs, all by artists with ties to Hawai`i, are strikingly non-standard. We publish work that focuses on place, language issues, anti-colonialism, Buddhism, and poetic form. Above all, we seek to create alliances between writers whose work crosses national and aesthetic borders.



Honolulu Advertiser
Honolulu Star Bulletin
Hana Hou
Honolulu Weekly
What Edit Grrl Reads
Susan M. Schultz interviewed by Al Filreis
The Writers' Center discovers Tinfish Press
Jennifer Feeley in Full-Tilt
Tinfish Editor's Blog, 2012 Best Local Literary Blog (HonoluluWeekly)

Contact T I N F I S H:

You can buy Tinfish Books directly from this website or from Small Press Distrubution in Berkeley, California. If you use books in your classroom, please order from SPD at, or at 1341 Seventh Street, Berkeley, California 94710-1409, 510.524.1668 800.869.7553 (Toll-free within the US).
Our land address is 47-728 Hui Kelu Street #9, Kāne`ohe, HI 96744
Readers in the United Kingdom can order Tinfish titles from Word Power Books in Edinburgh.



Editor & publisher, Susan M. Schultz lives in Kāneʻohe, Hawaiʻi and teaches at the University of Hawaiʻi. She is author of Memory Cards: 2010-2011 Series (Singing Horse Press, 2011), Dementia Blog (Singing Horse Press, 2008), Memory Cards & Adoption Papers (Potes & Poets Press, 2001), And Then Something Happened (2004) and Aleatory Allegories (2001), both from Salt Publishing, and editor of The Tribe of John: Ashbery and Contemporary Poetry (University of Alabama Press, 1995).  A Poetics of Impasse in Modern and Contemporary American Poetry was published by the University of Alabama Press in 2005. She lives with her husband, son and daughter and cheers for the St. Louis Cardinals baseball team.
Memory Cards: 2010-2011 Series and Dementia Blog are available from Singing Horse Press. And Then Something Happened and Aleatory Allegories are available from Salt Press and Small Press Distribution. Aleatory Allegories is also available from and
Memory Cards & Adoption Papers is available through Small Press Distribution.
Interview of Schultz by Jessica Nalani Lee (pdf)
          Tinfish Editor's Blog

B O A R D _  F _ D I R E C T O R S
Susan M. Schultz, Gaye Chan, Masako Ikeda, Jon Osorio, Bryant Webster Schultz, John ZuernS U P P O R T E R S
Tinfish was supported from 2006 to 2008 by grants from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) and the State Foundation on Culture and the Arts (SFCA), celebrating over 40 years of culture and the arts in Hawai‘i. The SFCA is funded by appropriations from the Hawai‘i State Legislature and by grants from the NEA.



The journal ceased publication after issue #20 came out in 2011.
         Chapbook and Book
         Submissions by invitation.
Send a query letter and a brief sample of your work to Susan M. Schultz (editor) at

         Before submitting to any small press, be sure you've read their website and some of their          publications. Be aware of their mission statements.

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