About the Press

The late Gil Ott founded Singing Horse Press in 1976 to publish the kinds of innovative writing all too often overlooked by mainstream trade and academic presses. In his tenure as director of the press, Ott produced a wide-ranging list of titles by a diverse group of authors, including Charles Bernstein, Harryette Mullen, Norman Fischer, and Rosmarie Waldrop, among others. In 2004, Ott turned the press over to Paul Naylor, the former editor of River City and coeditor of Facture. Under Naylor’s direction, Singing Horse Press will continue to support writers who pursue formally and intellectually challenging paths of expression and construction.

Address all correspondence to:

Paul Naylor
Singing Horse Press
12170 Ragweed Street

San Diego, CA 92129

Email: paulknaylor@yahoo.com