A literary publisher founded in Orlando, FL, in 2010, Burrow Press has provided over 1,600 opportunities for writers to publish and share their work. We encourage adventurous readers to become Subscribers so we may continue our work for years to come. Scroll down to learn more.


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Burrow Press exists because of adventurous readers like you. Subscribers directly support our publishing program, allowing us to take more artistic risks and provide a home for work that might otherwise be overlooked by “the big 5” corporate publishers. For an annual fee, Subscribers receive a year of Burrow books, name recognition in those books (and below), as well as other perks.


Special thanks to the Sullivan Creative Writing program

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Stuart Buchanan
Victoria Webster-Perez
Dan Reiter
Blaine Strickland
Michael Gualandri
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Alex Gurtis
David James Poissant
Karen Price
Thomas M. Bunting Projects
Shane Hinton
Jonathan Kosik
Cindy Simmons
Alissa Barber Torres & Anthony Torres
Nicole Hall
J.C. Carnahan
Jennine Capó Crucet
Urayoán Noel
Terry Godbey
Teresa Carmody
Erica McCay
John Fleming
Patrick Rushin
Troy Jewell
Sinister Wisdom
Joyce Sharman
Emily Dziuban
Hunter Choate
Whatever Tees
Jean West
Amy Watkins
Allie Marini
Nathan Holic
Michael Wheaton
Terri Witek
Kristin Berry
Amy Suzanne Parker
John Upperco
Terri Hartman
Matthew Corey
Susan Lilley
Caitlin Diamante
Shaina Anderson
Jacqueline Pappas
Neil & Sarah Asma
Valencia Peace and Justice Institute
Rachel Simmons
Naomi Butterfield
Abigail & Henry Craig
Pamela Ore
Cathryn Follman
Michele Randall
Nayma Russi
Jennifer Stroup
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Edwin Martinez
Frances Willford
Mary Kay Petrella
Stanley Thangaraj
Carly Marrero
Laura Walda
Selah Saterstrom
Maura Wilson Schneider
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