Pushcart Press

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Pushcart Press
Founded 1972
Founder Bill Henderson
Country of origin United States
Headquarters location Wainscott, New York
Distribution W. W. Norton & Company
Publication types Books
Official website www.pushcartpress.org

Pushcart Press is a publishing house established in 1972 by Bill Henderson (a onetime associate editor at Doubleday) and is perhaps most famous for its Pushcart Prize and for the anthology of prize winners it publishes annually. The press has been honored by Publishers Weekly as one of the USA's "most influential publishers" with the 1979 Carey Thomas Prize for publisher of the year. It has also won the 2005 Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Book Critics Circle and the 2006 Poets & Writers/Barnes & Noble Writers for Writers Prize.[1]

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  1. ^ Pushcart Press website, accessed 21 February 2008

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