Mundane Joys is now available to preorder!
The inaugural chapbook of our 2021 season, the poetry collection Mundane Joys, is now available to preorder! Mundane Joys celebrates the less-obvious triumphs of every day life. Each copy comes with a custom Derailleur Press tea blend and seed paper to grow a garden of your own. Visit our store to reserve yours today!
Announcing The Rail!
Our new online literary magazine is currently seeking submissions across poetry, fiction, and nonfiction.
Previously unpublished writers, especially from trans/fem/nonbinary/gender nonconforming and BIPOC writers are strongly encouraged to apply.
Interested in submitting? Check out the submission guidelines here.
We can't wait to see what you write!
Derailleur Press' 2021 season is now available to order!
Derailleur Press' second season features our upcoming poetry anthology Mundane Joys, longform essay chapbook, and microfiction collection, plus custom Derailleur Press goodies and of course, a tote bag. You can find the subscription bundle, along with our 2020 season, in our store!
NOWHERE is now available in our store!
NOWHERE is a work of speculative short fiction that takes place among the ruins of post-apocalyptic Brooklyn and examines the unintended consequences of capitalism in healthcare.
Visit our store to grab yours today!
Conversations With Men is out!
If you haven't had a chance to snag your copy,
head over to our store!
This chap includes essays from Jeanette Wall, Francesca LoBasso, Yessica Klein, Drew Kimmis, and many more.
Cover and interior illustrations were done by Hannah Tyler; completing and complimenting the chap beautifully.
And as always, this anthology was hand stitched—with love—by your friends here at Derailleur.
So get your copy now! Or better yet, get the whole season; we don't want you to miss out.
Derailleur Press publishes work that doesn't just get your gears turning—but shifts them entirely. Our poetry, fiction, and nonfiction chapbooks are handmade, because we believe inspirational work deserves a personal touch.
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And swipe below to check out our micro-interview with poet Jo Longley: