Best Little-Known Book Publisher 

Keyhole Press

Writers Choice

A mysterious little book publisher that popped up in 2011, Keyhole Press has released a series of staggeringly good books and a damn fine periodical, despite their aloofness. William Walsh’s Pathologies, which Keyhole offers as a free download, is a blistering series of stories that echoes both Lydia Davis’ minimalism and James Joyce’s experimentation. While still small, Keyhole will likely become a staple of Nashville’s vibrant literary scene.

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