Soho Press is not only the name of our press; it’s the imprint within Soho dedicated to literary fiction (and the occasional memoir). The Soho Press imprint publishes bold literary voices—authors who craft new and powerful stories and offer us fresh ways of seeing the world. Soho Press authors include Alex Shakar (Luminarium), Edwidge Danticat (The Farming of Bones), Matt Bell (In the House Upon the Dirt Between the Lake and the Woods), Paula Bomer (Nine Months), and dozens of other brilliant writers from across the globe.

Featured Authors

Pola Oloixarac

Pola Oloixarac is a fiction writer and essayist. Her novels, Savage Theories and Dark Constellations, have been translated into seven languages. She wrote the libretto for the opera Hercules in Mato Grosso, which debuted at Buenos Aires’s Teatro Colón and then premiered in New York City. Her fiction has appeared in Granta, n+1, and The White Review, and she has contributed articles on politics and culture for The New York Times and the BBC World Service, among others. She lives in San Francisco, where she’s completing a PhD at Stanford University.

Author Of

Savage Theories

Steve Toutonghi

A native of Seattle, Steve Toutonghi studied fiction and poetry while completing a BA in Anthropology at Stanford. After various professional forays, he began a career in technology that led him from Silicon Valley back to Seattle. Join is his first novel.

Author Of

Join; Side Life

Dale Peck

Dale Peck is the author of twelve books in a variety of genres, including Martin and John, The Law of Enclosures, and Greenville. His fiction and criticism have earned him two O. Henry Awards, a Pushcart Prize, a Lambda Literary Award, and a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship. He lives in New York City, where he teaches in the New School’s Graduate Writing Program.

Author Of

Greenville; Martin and John; Visions and Revisions; The Law of Enclosures; The Garden of Lost and Found; Now It's Time To Say Goodbye; The Soho Press Book of 80s Short Fiction; Night Soil

Andromeda Romano-Lax

Born in Chicago, Andromeda Romano-Lax is the author of The Spanish Bow, a New York Times Editor's Choice that was translated into 11 languages, and The Detour, as well as numerous works of nonfiction. She teaches in the low-residency MFA program at the University of Alaska Anchorage and is a co-founder of 49 Writers, a statewide literary organization. Recently, she has divided her time among Alaska, Mexico, and Asia.

Author Of

The Detour; Behave; Plum Rains

Mike McCormack

Mike McCormack has published a collection of short stories, Getting It InThe Head, and a novel, Crowe's Requiem. In 1996, McCormack was awarded the Rooney Prize for Irish Literature. In 1998, Getting it in the Head was voted a New York Times Notable Book of the Year. A story from the collection, "The Terms," was adapted into an award-winning short film.

Author Of

Notes from a Coma; Forensic Songs; Solar Bones