Sator Press is a nonprofit publishing company founded by Ken Baumann in 2009. Its madness: produce and promote challenging literature, and do so slowly and sustainably. Its method: Ken reads, edits, designs, publishes, promotes, sells, and ships its books. Sator Press is operated out of Ken's garage in Santa Fe, and is dedicated to Barney Rosset, may he rest in endless creative hustle.
Confessions from a Dark Wood by Eric Raymond
Meet Nick, a hapless pawn in the world of global capital brand management consultancy. And his girlfriend Sadie Parish, the first domestic suicide bomber. And his boss, emperor of bullshit, Pontius J. LaBar. And PJ's dreaded orangutan. Their story is a hilarious, heartbreaking, painfully smart satire that guides you through the high dollar swamps of modern industry.
The Angel in the Dream of Our Hangover by Mark Leidner
A collection of aphorisms by the poet Mark Leidner. Each page of this thing has caught me for hours and hours and hours. This is a pristine family reunion of Mark's relentlessly beautiful—and funny, and fucked up—wisdoms.
The Complete Works of Marvin K. Mooney by Christopher Higgs
Marvin K. Mooney, the enigmatic philosopher, has vanished. But we're left with his work: wild, confessional, encyclopedic, destructive texts that call into question Marvin's identity. Who is Marvin K. Mooney? And what has Christopher Higgs done with him? Only you, as our reader, can find out.
Submissions are closed until 2015. If you're not interested in any Sator Press titles, buy books from these great small presses instead: Tyrant Books, Two Dollar Radio, Caketrain, Calamari Press, Wave Books, Blue Square Press, Black Ocean, Publishing Genius, Civil Coping Mechanisms, Lazy Fascist Press, Boss Fight Books, and Featherproof.