Ghost Dog Press
Ghost Dog Press was an independent literary press based in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Its publishing manifesto was: "To publish writers whose work challenges, questions, and enlivens public discourse on political, social and artistic matters while continuing to advance the idea of what language can be."
Authors and books
Ghost Dog Press sponsored the "Free Speech Literary Festival," which showcased the works of alternative, radical and fringe poets and writers from across North America. The festivities were held at the Above Ground Studio in Ann Arbor and at the 555 Arts Collective in Ypsilanti. 
- Madziarczyk, John (2004-03-23). "Lost Highway Times, a democratic and socialist libertarian blog and news source". Losthighwaytimes.com. Retrieved 2011-10-12.
- "Poetry by Jimmy nil Fishhawk". Strong Verse. Retrieved 2011-10-12.
- Coordinators (2004-04-07). "Ghost Dog Press". Civic Media Center. Retrieved 2011-10-12.
- "May 2004 Satellite". Thenewmoonrising.com. Retrieved 2011-10-12.[permanent dead link]
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