Seven Stories Press


Seven Stories Press

Seven Stories Press is an independent publishing company located in New York City that publishes both cutting-edge works of fiction and a wide array of non-fiction by leading progressive voices of conscience and dissent. It was founded by editor Dan Simon in 1995 after he parted company with Four Walls Eight Windows. The current editor-in-chief of Seven Stories is Amy Scholder.

Seven Stories' nonfiction offerings focus on U.S. foreign policy, pacifism, feminism, social justice, and civil, labor, and human rights. From 1997 to 2005, it published the "Open Media series," a series of books, pamphlets and treatises cofounded in 1991 by Greg Ruggiero in opposition to the first Gulf War. The series is now published by City Lights Books, where Ruggiero works as editor.

Fiction authors published by Seven Stories

*Nelson Algren
*Kate Braverman
*Octavia Butler
*Harriet Scott Chessman
*Assia Djebar
*Ariel Dorfman
*Martin Duberman
*Alan Dugan
*Annie Ernaux
*Marcus Ewert
*Barry Gifford
*Stanley Moss
*Peter Plate
*Charley Rosen
*Ted Solotaroff
*Lee Stringer
*Martin Winckler
*Kurt Vonnegut

Nonfiction authors and groups published by Seven Stories

*Daw Aung San Suu Kyi
*Eqbal Ahmad
*Tom Athanasiou
*David Barsamian
*Boston Women's Health Book Collective
*Center for Constitutional Rights
*Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting
*Noam Chomsky
*Angela Davis
*Elizabeth Ewen
*Stuart Ewen
*Mike Gravel
*Shere Hite
*Robert McChesney
*Phil Jackson
*Derrick Jensen
*Savannah Knoop
*Ralph Nader
*Gary Null
*Benjamin Pogrund
*Project Censored
*Luis J. Rodriguez
*Arundhati Roy
*Barbara Seaman
*Vandana Shiva
*Leora Tanenbaum
*Koigi wa Wamwere
*Gary Webb
*Howard Zinn

External links

* [http://www.sevenstories.com/ Seven Stories Press Official Site]


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