Black Radish Books is pleased to announce the launch dates for our summer titles:

Angela Veronica Wong’s Elsa, an unauthorized autobiography will be available June 5 through SPD.

Anastacia Renee’s Forget It  will launch July 25, 7 pm at Elliot Bay Bookstore in Seattle, and available at SPD. Anastacia Renee will also be reading work from Forget It Friday August 18 at 7 pm at Hugo Hous1021 Columbia Street, Seattle, WA 98104.

Anyjar by Jaimie Gusman will be available September 15, 2017 through SPD.



  • Anemal, Uter Meck by Mg Roberts
  • Elsa by Angela Veronica Wong
  • Playing the Form by James Maughn
  • Forget It by Anastacia Renee
  • go with me by Jared Hayes
  • Anyjar by Jaimie Gusman

Purchase pre-publication copies at the Black Radish Store.

Black Radish Books


Our collective editorial focus is to publish and promote innovative books of poetry, prose, cross-genre and other hybrid writing. We strive to operate with a collective impetus, and all board members are encouraged to contribute various talents other than the literary to the publishing of the press. Our goal is to allow members, not the artistic conscience of a press, to dictate the aesthetic. As such, our bent is best described as eclectic with focus on the difficult and the surprising.

We strongly support literary community collaboration and exchange, and we look for this spirit in our published and potential authors as well. All Black Radish Books authors are well-established creators of innovative writing and have been carefully selected based on quality, publication history, promotional/marketing ability (as established micro-presses, or as regular promoters of), and demonstrated commitment to actively supporting diverse aesthetics.

While we are presently unable to look at unsolicited submissions, please keep your eyes and ears peeled on our events page for future book calls, releases, recordings and reading events!


Interested in writing a review? Please contact us!


Black Radish Books are available through Small Press Distribution, Amazon and other online venues as well as via purchase or order at your local independent bookstore.



  1. Joyce Cohen says:

    good to know others are reaching out to our youth with writing projects.

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