Flower Press is an equitable publishing practice centering historically marginalized womxn, femme, queer, trans, and non-binary artists and practitioners. We are based in Detroit, Michigan on the ancestral, traditional, and contemporary lands of the Anishinaabe. We publish zines, periodicals, books, research, chapbooks, resources, operas, poems, dreams, memories, stickers, magic tricks, prayers, guides, maps, tapes, and more.
We will always prioritize submissions by and resources for Queer, Trans, Black, Brown, Indigenous, People of Color, Disabled, Neurodivergent, Low-income artists and practitioners. We work slowly with our collaborators into relationships built on mutual respect and trust. We prioritize our collaborators' agency, autonomy, and power, engaging publishing as a tool for collective liberation. We are committed to developing transparent, creator-focused practices and removing barriers to publishing.
The Changing Times: Detroit, 2018
Radical Self-Care for Black Women, 2019
Crushed Marigold, 2020
The Fairies Sing Each to Each, 2021