Lost Roads Publishers

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Lost Roads is a small press founded in 1976 in Arkansas by poet Frank Stanford.[1] Its stated mission is to publish essential books in contemporary literature. After Stanford's death in 1978, editorship was assumed by poet C. D. Wright, whose book, Room Rented by a Single Woman (1977), had been the press's first release. Wright co-edited the press with poet Forrest Gander for many years. The current editor is Susan Scarlata.

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  1. ^ Lost Roads Archived 2009-03-09 at the Wayback Machine.

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