Passager Books was founded in 2005 to give Passager authors the opportunity to publish their books, continuing the mission of Passager to honor the voices of older writers. Follow the links below to learn more about the titles from Passager Books, visit the online store to order one, or send us an email at email@example.com.
Audio and visual samples are available! Read or listen to a selection of recent titles by clicking on the book’s image below.
Coming Soon! Grandfather’s Mandolin
poems by Fran Markover,
2020 Henry Morgenthau III First Book Poetry Prize runner up
Ox Horn Bend
the story of Beyond Lowu Bridge continues in this Chinese-American’s journey during the Cold War
a debut collection by poet Dennis H. Lee, winner of the Henry Morgenthau III First Book Poetry Prize
Also from Passager Books:
The Three O’Clock Bird
poems by Anne Frydman
Finding Mr. Rightstein
a memoir by Nancy Davidoff Kelton
The Want Fire
poems by Jennifer Wallace
View from the Hilltop
a collection by the North Oaks Writers
Never the Loss of Wings
poems by Maryhelen Snyder
Because There Is No Return
poems by Diana Anhalt
Beyond Lowu Bridge
a memoir by Roy Cheng Tsung
Hot Flash Sonnets
poems by Moira Egan
a Passager anthology
Everything Is True At Once
poems by Bart Galle
150 years of journal writing
A Hinge of Joy
poems by Jean L. Connor
A Little Breast Music
poems by Shirley J. Brewer
Improvise in the Amen Corner
poems & drawings by Larnell Custis Butler
A Cartography of Peace
poems by Jean L. Connor
We like to build a relationship with our authors and their work, which is why Passager Books only considers manuscripts from writers who have first been published in our journal. Submit during one of our reading periods so we can get to know you!
We offer two options for bookstore ordering: through Small Press Distribution and through consignment.
You can visit Small Press Distribution at www.SPDbooks.org to order most of our titles.
Our consignment rate is 60:40, offering bookstores a 40% discount on cover prices. If you are interested in ordering directly from Passager, please email your order to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upcoming titles will be available for pre-order up to 6 weeks before their publication date, while the book is still being produced at the printer. This means that several weeks may pass between the time you place your order and the time the book arrives in your mailbox.
Books for pre-order will be specified as such on the individual book’s page on our website, and again on it’s page on the online store. Titles otherwise unmarked are currently in stock.