Back again with another small press shoutout! This week we hop across the pond to look at Salt Publishing, which for 15 years has been independently dedicated to creating “A New British Fiction Movement.”
Why are they called Salt? Maybe it’s an acronym? Maybe it’s a tribute to the number-one spice? Meat preservation? The taste of sea air? I don’t know. I just know that their books are beautiful, their hearts are in the right place, and they put out 30 books a year, including some fantastic fiction.
But they’re more than just fiction! Salt also puts out poetry, anthologies, poetry for children/teens, literary autobiography, plays, and on and on. Smart books for smart people!
Today, Salt is a privately-owned British company, with editors in the USA, Australia and the UK; a trade publishing business, proudly independent, committed to producing important, beautiful, readable, literary works.
Here’s another exciting development: Proxima, their crime imprint. You may recognize the world-beating classic, Mrs. Darcy versus the Aliens.
These are good, smart folks with a great website, great books, and making a great contribution to the world of letters. Check out their list today!
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9 thoughts on “Small Press Shoutout: SALT Publishing!”
Companies like Salt Publishing always interest me. They are the publishing story of the future
I couldn’t agree more. They really have a lot of energy and spirit – it’s hard to predict where publishing is headed, but companies like Salt are likely to be at the forefront of it.