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Bright Hill Press

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BRIGHT HILL PRESS, a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3), literary organization, was founded in 1992. Bright Hill Press has published poetry, fiction, and nonfiction since 1994. Titles include the anthologies Speaking the Words, The Word Thursdays Anthology of Poetry and Fiction, Out of the Catskills and Just Beyond: Literary and Visual Works by Catskill Writers and Artists, with a Special Section by Catskill High-School Writers and Artists, Iroquois Voices, Iroquois Visions: A Celebration of Contemporary Six Nations Arts, The Second Word Thursdays Anthology; On the Watershed Anthology; poetry collections The Man Who Went Out for Cigarettes (Adrian Blevins-Church), My Own One Hundred Doors (Pam Bernard), Blue Wolves (Regina O’Melveny),Whatever Was Ripe (William Jolliff), and To Fit Your Heart Into the Body (Judith Neeld); and the fiction collection Low Country Stories (Lisa Harris); Traveling Through Glass (Beth Copeland Vargo); My Father and Miro and Other Poems (Claudia M. Reder); What Falls Away (Steve Lautermilch); Heart, with Piano Wire (Richard Deutch); Inspiration Point (Matthew J. Spireng); First Probe to Antarctica (Barry Ballard); The Singer’s Temple (Barbara Hurd).

Full Name

Bright Hill Press


Delaware (The Catskills)

Phone Number

(607) 829-5055