A literary learning press located at Minnesota State University Moorhead.
New Rivers Press publishes the best literary fiction, nonfiction, and poetry written by new and emerging authors from around Minnesota and the world. We find our manuscripts through three global contests and general submission periods. Check out our submission guidelines and contest deadlines under our submissions tab.
JD Scott is the author of the short story collection Moonflower, Nightshade, All the Hours View product.
“Every word of We Are No Longer Babaylan brilliantly hooks with and hinges on magic, and the View product.
“What a beautiful use of the words of water and geology and all things living. View product.
“Survivor’s Guilt is an urgent and honest look at one of the most important topics View product.
"You're going to find your new favorite story in here. I know I just did." View product.
Poetry. Women's Studies. Figg's is a collection that embraces and experiments with the multiple meanings View product.
Poetry. Jewish Studies. Women's Studies. California Interest. "In NIGHTTIME ON THE OTHER SIDE OF EVERYTHING, View product.
"This book is grimoire, is grain silo, is Americana and marginalia, is a hotel room View product.
Fiction. AMERICAN FICTION, an anthology of postmodern stories, explores the human experience and grapples with View product.
Elizabeth Mosier logged one thousand volunteer hours processing colonial-era artifacts at Philadelphia's Independence National Historical View product.
New Rivers Press History
In 1968, C. W. “Bill” Truesdale founded New Rivers Press as an independent publishing house to provide a voice for new authors. Today, New Rivers Press honors Truesdale’s tradition with a dual mission: to connect the best new and emerging writers and storytellers from across Minnesota and the world with eager audiences and to provide hands-on learning opportunities for students interested in entering the publishing world after graduation.