EastOver Press is an independent literary press with an online journal named Cutleaf.
EastOver Press specializes in publishing collections of short stories, essays, and poetry in a format that honors both the writing and the writer.
For Cutleaf, we seek the best in contemporary writing in prose and verse from emerging and established writers. We are excited to promote writing that speaks to our commonalities and our differences.
Keith Lesmeister is the author of the story collection We Could’ve Been Happy Here (MG Press, 2017). His fiction has appeared in American Short Fiction, Gettysburg Review, North American Review, Redivider, Slice Magazine, and many others. His nonfiction has appeared in River Teeth, Sycamore Review, The Good Men Project, Tin House Open Bar, Water~Stone Review, and elsewhere. He lives and works in rural northeast Iowa.
Visit Keith’s website at: keithlesmeister.com.
Denton Loving lives on a farm near the historic Cumberland Gap, where Tennessee, Kentucky and Virginia come together. He is the author of the poetry collection, Crimes Against Birds (Main Street Rag). He is also the editor of Seeking Its Own Level: an anthology of writings about water (MotesBooks). His fiction, poetry, essays, reviews and interviews have appeared in over 120 publications including River Styx, CutBank, Iron Horse Literary Review and The Chattahoochee Review.
Kelly March is a writer in North Carolina. A former newspaper reporter and editor, she is currently working on her first collection of essays.
Walter Robinson is a writer and physician in Massachusetts. His collection of essays, What Cannot Be Undone, won the 202 River Teeth Prize for Nonfiction and will be published by University of New Mexico Press in 2022. His recent or forthcoming essays appear in AGNI, wildness, Ruminate, Months To Years, The Sun, The Literary Review, and Harvard Review.
Visit Walter’s website at: wmrobinson.com.
- Christopher Castellani
- Jasmin Darznik
- Libby Flores
- Jill McCorkle
- Lynne Sharon Schwartz
- Joan Wickersham
- Paul Yoon