Inwood Indiana, the smallest press in the world, is proud to introduce The Pop Machine, bursting with small-town stories, world-class poetry, tales of horror and woe, and all things peculiar. Featuring fine selections of poetry...Read More
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Tracks-BookstoreCover-Front-sm Inwood Indiana is at it again! Despite being the smallest press in the world™, Inwood Indiana attracts talented writers from all over.
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Crossroads is now available in the Prolific Press bookstore. Between the road sign and the ditch, Inwood Indiana is widely considered to be the strangest place on earth. Crossroads is filled with hand selected literary works...Read More
In an effort to keep Inwood Indiana alive, and to support the arts in general, Inwood Indiana is now a Prolific Press publication. In an effort to fulfill Prolific’s mission, to make the arts more accessible to everyone,...Read More
When our editor, Glenn Lyvers, lived in Inwood, Indiana as a teenager, they played a game (similar to tag) called Ditch’em, which is where the name came from for this beautiful (and frightening) issue. We hope you...Read More
Salem Cemetery features short stories and poetry by these fine authors: Carrie Ryman Matthew Dho Marc Berkemeier Ken Leland Helen R. Peterson Adam Cheney Terry Davis Michelle C. Wright Christian Riley Leonard Treman Patrick...Read More
Inwood Indiana Issue #3. Derailed. Inwood Indiana Press is proud to present “Derailed,” a fine collection of poetry and fiction featuring works by: James R. Silvestri, Terry Davis, George McLoone, Frank Terry, Max Keanu, Gail...Read More
Our newest book, Hawthorn Road, has been released. You may purchase copies from our website. Hawthorn Road is the second volume in the Inwood Indiana collection. Set in rural Indiana, rooted in suspicion and storytelling, Inwood...Read More