|Country of origin||United States|
|Headquarters location||Portland, Oregon|
|Fiction genres||Fantasy, science fiction, horror|
Underland Press is a publishing company founded by Victoria Blake. Victoria Blake is a writer and the former prose editor for Dark Horse Comics. Underland Press was sold to Resurrection House in September 2013.
Debut authors for Underland Press included: Bram Stoker Award winner Kealan Patrick Burke, Edgar Award and International Horror Guild Award nominee Brian Evenson, Two-time World Fantasy Award winner Jeff VanderMeer, multiple award winner Will Elliott, and husband and wife writing team Berry Verhoef and Esther Verhoef writing as "EScoBER".
Will Elliott's novel The Pilo Family Circus is scheduled to make its North American debut in 2009 through Underland Press. It was originally published in Australia in 2006 after winning the inaugural ABC fiction award (sponsored by ABC Books). The novel went on to win the Aurealis Award (co-winner: Best Horror novel, plus the Golden Aurealis Award), the Australian Shadows Award, the Ditmar Award (Best Novel), and the Sydney Morning Herald's "Best Young Novelist Award" for 2007. The Pilo Family Circus was also short-listed for the 2007 International Horror Guild Award for Best Novel.
- Perfect Bound Trade Paperback ISBN 978-0-9802260-0-3
- 48 copy Limited Edition hardcover
- 27 Lettered Edition hardcover
- The Pilo Family Circus, by Will Elliott (March 2009) ISBN 978-0-9802260-2-7
- Finch, by Jeff VanderMeer (scheduled November 2009) ISBN 978-0-9802260-1-0
- Chaos, by Escober (AKA Esther Verhoef and Berry Verhoef) (May 2009) ISBN 978-0-9802260-3-4
- The Complete Drive-In: Omnibus by Joe R. Lansdale (May 2010) ISBN 0-9802260-4-X
- Curse of the Wolf Girl by Martin Millar (August 2010) ISBN 0-9802260-5-8
- In Extremis: The Most Extreme Short Stories of John Shirley by John Shirley – August 2011
- Cyberpunk: Stories of Hardware, Software, Wetware, Evolution, and Revolution edited by Victoria Blake – February 2013 ISBN 978-1-9371630-8-2
- Real Unreal: Best American Fantasy 3, edited by Kevin Brockmeier (scheduled January 2010). Featuring stories by Stephen King, Peter S. Beagle, Laura Kasischke, Jeffrey Ford, Lisa Goldstein, Paul Tremblay, Will Clarke, Thomas Glave, John Kessel, Kellie Wells, Ryan Boudinot, Rebecca Makkai, Martin Cozza, Chris Gavaler, Deborah Scwartzand, Shawn Vestal, and Katie Williams. ISBN 978-0-9802260-8-9
- Exit Vector, a Wovel by Simon Drax (June 2009 – current)
- EScoBER. Official page announcement for Chaos(in Dutch).
- Krozser, Kassia (4 April 2008). "Underland Press Unveils Debut List". ForeWord Magazine.
- Bray, Nick (15 Sept 2006). "A dark underworld". The Courier-Mail.
- Timms, Aaron (26 Oct 2006). "The fear of clowns". The Sydney Morning Herald.
- Kemble, Gary (29 Jan 2007). "Elliott wins top Aurealis Award" ABC online news (Articulate).
- Nahrung, Jason (3 Feb 2007). "Horror a hit" The Courier Mail.
- Aurealis Awards winners archive Retrieved September 16, 2007.
- Kemble, Gary, (17 March 2007). "Elliott wins Australian Shadows award". ABC online news (Articulate).
- Siemienowicz, Miranda (16 March 2007). "News: Australian Shadows winner announced". HorrorScope
- Convergence 2 official 2007 Ditmar winners announcement (June 2007). Retrieved September 16, 2007.
- Inkspillers Ditmar Awards archive. Retrieved September 16, 2007.
- Wyndham, Susan (June 2, 2007) "The Sydney Morning Herald Best Young Australian Novelists 2007" Sydney Morning Herald Entertainment blog.
- International Horror Guild Award 2007 shortlist.
- Dorman, Denise.(11 June 2008). "Groundbreaking Online Wovel Launched by Book Publisher". Reuters. WriteBrain Media.
- Underland Press announcement for Last Days.
- Underland Press announcement for The Pilo Family Circus.
- Underland Press announcement for Finch.
- Underland Press announcement for Chaos.
- http://www.sfsignal.com/archives/2010/05/review_the_complete_drive-in_by_joe_r_lansdale/ retrieved 7/17/13
- Underland Press details for Real Unreal: Best American Fantasy 3.
- Underland Press announcement for The Living.
- Underland Press announcement for FirstWorld