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Literary Luminaries: An Interview with Kyle McCord, Nick Courtright, and Erin Stalcup of Gold Wake Press
Gold Wake Press is an independent literary press, publishing four to six titles per year. To date, the press has produced over forty books of poetry, memoir, and fiction, including titles such as This is Not About Birds, by Nick Ripatrazone, Robinson Alone, by Kathleen Rooney,
“With small presses, I definitely feel like we’re all in this together and my experience has been that we are a community rather than a group of competitors.”
“Caregiving isn’t just doing things for someone, it is an attitude toward the doing and toward the person and the person’s body. It’s a turning toward the other.”
“Experimental literary fiction appeals to a smaller subset of readers than more traditional commercial fiction, and being a small, agile, independent press means we can publish a wider range of books without taking a big financial risk each time.”