As we move forward into the extended Shelter-in-Place call, Aunt Lute looks back on the almost forty years since we were founded in 1982. We are committed to publishing literature by women and those of marginalized backgrounds, who have been underrepresented in dominant storytelling narratives, whose stories reflect and magnify the depth of our experiences and inspire individual and cultural shifts.
We believe that reading is painful and healing, magical and spellbinding, and infinitely impactful. As a small, independent Bay Area local press, we understand the struggles that many of our fellow literary publications and small businesses are facing as we collectively combat COVID-19. Our community needs support now. We need support now.
If you are able to, please consider donating to Aunt Lute, or purchasing one of our eBooks here. Learn more about how we are handling the Shelter-in-Place call here.
We want to thank you for your support and express our deep gratitude for the rich and abundant community of writers who have graced our pages. Thank you all!
Aunt Lute Books is a nonprofit, multicultural women’s press in the Mission District of San Francisco, within walking distance of the 16th and 24th Street Mission BART stations. Since 1982, we have published women’s voices that are underrepresented in mainstream...