Fallen Tree Press is a small press specializing in publishing poetry chapbooks. We are focused on being part of the larger writing community. It’s our intent to promote a diverse group of writers, especially those identifying as women, BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, and members of underserved groups. Whenever possible, a portion of the proceeds from book sales will be donated to charity. The charities will be selected in conjunction with the authors.

We are closed to submissions. See our submissions page for our guidelines: https://fallentreepress.com/submissions

Announcing our chapbooks for 2024!

Our submissions in January 2024 were so amazing, we picked two! We are very pleased to announce Blood Quantum & Other Hate Crimes by Marsheila Rockwell and Mundane Things by Kateema Lee. In Blood Quantum, Métis poet Marsheila Rockwell gives us a “howl of defiance against erasure” (Chris La Tray), exploring life in the in-between. In Mundane Things, Kateema Lee guides us to the heart of everyday life. Both of these chapbooks tell you things you didn’t know you needed to hear. Don’t miss these books by two fantastic poets. Keep an eye out for pre-orders opening for Blood Quantum in June, 2024 and Mundane Things in August, 2024.

Now in stock, Community Not Market by Lacie Semenovich!

Community, Not Market by Lacie Semenovich
Community, Not Market by Lacie Semenovich

Visit our shop to purchase Mount Fuji, 36 Sonnets by Jay Hall Carpenter.

Mount Fuji, 36 Sonnets by Jay Hall Carpenter
Mount Fuji, 36 Sonnets by Jay Hall Carpenter

Our first release, Portraits of Life: An Ekphrastic Anthology, is also available.

Currently open for submissions? No. We expect to have another submission period in January 2025. See our Submissions page for guidelines.

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