Driftwood Press publishes fiction, poetry, comics, and more. We can't wait for you to take a look inside our books.
Mason Boyles' literary crime novel about found family and compulsion, shown through the eyes of triathletes; the innovative language in this novel stuns.
Sara Moore Wagner's harrowing book is a stark and ultimately hopeful collection about rural life and the opioid crisis in modern Appalachia.
Kevin Lichty's novella explores fraught familial relationships in a traveling carnival; the emotional, intense surrealism on display in this compressed novel knows no bounds.
Writer & performance artist Niki Tulk unearths folklore and profound truths about our collective history of sexual violence, womanhood, and justice.
Geographic and lyrical, Jen Silverman's poems communicate complex insights into the landscapes of relationships.
Melody S. Gee's chapbook meets at the intersection of cultural and spiritual identity, culminating in a set of harrowing poems that investigates how belief defines us.
Nick Potter's collection of experimental graphic works and comics poetry takes on one experiment at a time, mixing lyrical comics with abstract, conceptual works.
The bizarre and intimate poems in David Greenspan's collection represent one of the most stunning appeal to the mysteries and anxieties of the human body in poetics today.
Equal parts humorous and devastating, Ben Kline's poetry chapbook investigates the lingering impacts that formative family experiences can have years later.
Wren Hank's poetry chapbook is a stunning portrayal of trans experiences, mixing deft prose poetry and lush lyricism to profound effect.
Erin Carlyle's full-length poetry collection creates a powerful portrait of rural struggle in America with empathetic insights into poverty, the opioid crisis, and female autonomy.
Helli Fang's poetry chapbook dives headfirst into harrowing poems that call forth the experiences of Asian American identity and generational tension.
Charles Malone's poetry chapbook is a tender, powerful mediation on the geographies that define us, asking poignant questions about the environments we leave behind.
Mixing ecological insights with medieval hagiographies, Kimberly Povloski's chapbook beautifully connects mysticism to the ongoing crisis of a warming, ravaged world.