Welcome to The Crumpled Press
Liberated from the waste and uncrumpled to inspire: this is The Crumpled Press. We publish original work
by new authors and provide a space for established writers to say something new. Our titles stand out as contributions to contemporary thought, politics, and style. We aim to create an audience for good writing instead of packaging writing for a target audience.
We perish to publish.
This weekend, Regina Granne, author of Increments: Drawings 1970-95, passed away. Not only was she part of The Crumpled Press family, she was a great friend and teacher. Working on her book, printing and re-printing each image to meet her standards, taught me a new way of seeing. She was an artist through and through who followed her vision and her calling despite all odds. There will never be a more true example of courageous expression than the life of Regina Granne. We will miss her deeply.
Lauren Beklski's Whatever Used to Grow Around Here is featured in a wonderful review by Henry Stuart titled, "History Channeled: Whatever Used to Grow Around Here." Look for it in the L Magazine!
At the binding party of Lauren Beklski's Whatever Used to Grow Around Here, The Crumpled Press is featured in an article by the L Magazine!