Pinyon Publishing a small book-publishing company located on the Western Slope of Colorado’s Rocky Mountains. We publish innovative books of poetry, prose, & art. Recent titles include Stuart Friebert’s lifetime achievements in Poetry & Translation, A Double Life, and Neil Harrison’s prize-winning poems, Where the Waters Take You.


We have very limited space for new titles, but we are accepting QUERIES about new book manuscripts for our 2023 lineup.  Please send a cover letter and SAMPLE of your book. We will review it within 6 weeks and let you know whether or not we would like to see the full manuscript. Thanks!

We publish traditional large-scale distribution titles as well as limited editions.

Please no simultaneous submissions.

Book sales are hard to come by; and making books is labor intensive as well as costly to keep up with all the fees, software, and hardware. So please note that we ask authors to purchase 100 copies. 

Please let us know why you feel your book is a good fit for Pinyon. Thanks!

We have very limited space for new titles, but we are accepting QUERIES about new chapbook manuscripts for our 2023 lineup of HANDMADE LIMITED EDITIONS.

This could be a traditional poetry chapbook, but we're also open to other shorter-length collections: prose, art, and mixed styles.


Please send a cover letter and SAMPLE of your book. We will review it within 6 weeks and let you know whether or not we would like to see the full manuscript. Thanks!

Check out our handmade Pinyon Reviews and our book arts posts, to get a feel for simple book structures we like to make. 


Please no simultaneous submissions.


Book sales are hard to come by; and making books is labor intensive as well as costly to keep up with all the fees, software, and hardware. So please note that we ask authors to purchase 50 copies of their handmade limited editions.


Please let us know why you feel your book is a good fit for Pinyon. Thanks!

We consider fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and art. Ongoing for Spring and Fall issues. No simultaneous submissions. We generally review and notify within 6 weeks.

Pinyon Review is a small-circulation full-color zine, released in hand-sewn limited editions. Therefore we regret that we cannot afford free author copies. Please consider subscribing to see what we're like.

http://www.pinyon-publishing.com/currentissue.html

We release two issues each year. Full-color, hand sewn, limited editions.

A 1-year subscription includes 2 issues, with free shipping.

For international shipping, please email gs@pinyon-publishing.

http://www.pinyon-publishing.com/currentissue.html