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I started publishing because I love books. I publish titles that I would buy, and that I want to see on the shelves, regardless of genre. SFWP’s mission is not about making a fortune, or creating a catalog that the accountants can get behind. The mission is one of recognition and preservation. These books are works of art, as precious as anything you would hang on your wall. Please take a moment to explore our titles and join me on this mission.
-Andrew Gifford, Director
The Four Words for Home, a memoir by Angie Chuang, was a Santa Fe Writers Project Literary Awards winner in 2011. The book also won the 2013 Willow Books Literature Awards grand prize in 2013 and was published by Willow’s imprint, Aquarius Press, in 2014. The story is...read more
Ira Sukrungruang won the Santa Fe Writers Project Literary Award in 2000 for his memoir, Talk Thai: The Adventures of Buddhist Boy, in which he both humorously and painfully conveys what it was like growing up as a first-generation American with Thai parents,...read more
In 2002, Kenny Cook, who publishes as K. L., won the Santa Fe Writers Project (SFWP) Literary Award for his debut collection of linked short stories, Last Call, inspired by “a compulsion to tell the stories of my own haunted, conflicted, fragile family members,” he...read more