Oi y’all! Nostrovia! Tavern is making a migration from WordPress to Tumblr! We believe this will provide stronger opportunities for our writers to circulate new readerships + be closer with members of our community. We have a full bar + plenty of lit coming thru… Read More
Here is a group that gladly lives in a yurt for some fucking reason, drives across the United States on the regular, and generally does whatever it can in bringing experimental literature to the masses. Far too often the weirdest of literature lives a life… Read More
Fuck Art, Let’s Dance It’s here! Dive in!! Coordinated cross-country over thousands of miles & hours of social media frenzied dialogue to figure out what the devil we’re doing, we’re stoked over here @ Nostrovia! to launch F.A.L.D. Issue #013 live today ❤ Sprinkled throughout… Read More
Fuck Art, Let’s Dance slips a quarter in the busted jukebox of promotion & refuses to leave till it hears the externally-validating music of dancing, going live w/ the world Friday 12/16 ❤ This is a helluva solid issue. Thanks y’all for trusting Nostrovia! & pushing… Read More
Wow!! Much love to Katie Clark of Vagabond City Lit for this awesome interview of our three chapbook winners! ❤
Let me begin by saying I checked my mailbox three times a day while I was waiting for a package from Nostrovia! Press to arrive. In said package were the press’ three new chapbooks: “Make a Fist & Tongue the Knuckles,” “i can remember the meaning of every tarot card but i can’t remember what i texted you last last night,” and “I Was Talking About Love—You Are Talking About Geography” by Emily O’Neill, Ellen Nash, and Bob Sykora respectively.
When the chapbooks arrived, I carried them with me, rereading, for days.
What appealed to you about Nostrovia! Press?
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