“I hear America singing, her varied carols I hear.” Walt Whitman
Nothing attested, everything sung, writes Etruscan poet H. L. Hix, echoing Walt. Since our first release, September 11, 2001: American Writers Respond, Etruscan writers have sung a resonant chorus of poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and literary criticism.
People have taken notice. Three of our titles have been finalists for the National Book Award. Etruscan books have won honors from the Poetry Society of America and ForeWord Magazine. We’ve been in Best American Poetry and on Garrison Keillor’s show. We’ve partnered with The National Endowment for the Arts, Wilkes University, and Youngstown State University. Our Educational Outreach Program brings new literature to thousands of at-risk students.
We ask you to join Etruscan’s varied carols. Help us continue to show what an independent, non-profit literary press can do: orchestrate the literary music of authors not often heard in the mainstream. Help us show that books matter because they sing, not because of a bottom line.
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