NBC News profiles Maceo Montoya!
The Huffington Post reviews Counter-Archives to the Narco-City!
Entropy Magazine named Copilot Press among their list of Best Small Presses!
The Los Angeles Times and the Poetry Foundation cover OPEN PRESS, a new literary festival that featured Copilot Press.
Maceo Montoya's Letters to the Poet from His Brother received FIVE STARS from the San Francisco Book Review, was front page news in The Davis Enterprise, LA Review of Books, and El Paso's Words on a Wire. Named by Latino Stories as one of the Top Ten Latino Writers to Watch (and Read) and listed among authors selected for Rigoberto González's list of 14 Must-Read Works of Chicano Literature.
Pieces featured in the Matterhorn.
Stephanie Sauer's there is no grammar won So to Speak's Hybrid Book Contest.
Copilot Press founder Stephanie Sauer and others discuss community building among writers and artists in
The Nervous Breakdown article by Erin Hoover of Late Night Library.
Doug Rice of Dream Memoirs of a Fabulist profiled in Sensitive Skin Magazine, interviewed by David Hoenigman in Word Riot and berated by literary critic John Ashcroft.
Dream Memoirs of a Fabulist in the San Francisco Bay Guardian's pick of the week. They have this to say about the book: "It's queer, surreal, and will probably blow your mind." It also made The Rumpus' list of notable events.
Dream Memoirs of a Fabulist by Doug Rice listed among Lidia Yuknavitch's "stockingful of emotional and linguistic dynamite" in Northwest Book Lovers.
Dream Memoirs of a Fabulist by Doug Rice topped HTMLGIANT's Favorite Books List for 2011!
Author Doug Rice, book designer Stephanie Sauer and Darin Coelho Spring of Cinema Caldera (who made the Dream Memoirs book trailer) named among the "Sacramento region's top 25 up-and-coming creatives" in the Sacramento News & Review.
Doug Rice's Dream Memoirs of a Fabulist reviewed in HTMLGIANT, Speak Without Interruption and the Sacramento News & Review.
Copilot Press founder and book artist Stephanie Sauer awarded Yaddo fellowship.
The Ancient Documentaries of Southside Park featured in Sacramento News & Review.
José Montoya's Los Compasreviewed in Rain Taxi & featured on Capitol Public Radio.
Copilot Press part of the permanent collection of the Chicago Cultural Center's Publishers Gallery.
Esteban Villa's The Noun Painter profiled on Urban Paper Arts and in the Sacramento News & Review.
The Noun Painter lands IN PARIS:
Cartography and photos courtesy of Talys Pereira Barbosa.