Bedouin Books’ new travel writing imprint Nomad

Nomads front page

Nomads front page

The Portland-based small publisher Bedouin Books define themselves as “publishers of handmade works of literature and poetry, fiction and non-fiction.”  The selective and tiny publishing house began in 2003 and has released a semiannual literary journal (swap/concessions) and several editions of quailty, handbound books, each designed and printed using innovation and artistry.

They have now started a travel imprint, Nomads, featuring new non-fiction work in travel writing, memoir, essays, and philosophy.  Got some great stoies you’d like to see in print? Go for the small, creatively artistic publishing company and get some beautiful finished products.

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