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  • Ahsahta Press
    Ahsahta Press champions and promotes surprising, relevant, and accessible experimental poetry that more commercially minded small presses avoid; in making it widely available, we aim to increase its readership.
  • Free Poetry
    The MFA Program’s Free Poetry publishes essays and poetry by today’s leading poets. These chapbooks are available free of charge and without copyright. The editor encourages the reproduction of this chapbook and its free distribution, ad infinitum.
  • Western Studies Center publications
    The Western Studies Center publishes research, artists’ books, and other titles relating to the Intermountain West. Three imprints or series supported by the center include the Hemingway Western Studies Series, Idaho Center for the Book, and Idaho Film Collection. Visit the Hemingway site for links to these publications.
  • Idaho Review
    Magazine of fiction, poetry, and nonfiction
  • Melville’s Marginalia Online
    Melville’s Marginalia Online maintains a check-list of books owned and borrowed by American author Herman Melville, and edits his markings and notes in the books that survive from his library.
  • Western Writers Series
    The Boise State Western Writers Series offers brief critical introductions to significant authors and texts of the American West. The purpose of all the booklets in the Western Writers Series is to deepen the understanding of and appreciation for the literature of the American West, in all its range and complexity.
  • Wit’s End
    Wit’s End, formerly the Commentator, is the new English Department newsletter. It is now available online, and will be issued once each semester.