Underground Voices started as an online literary magazine in 2004 publishing hard-hitting, raw, dark fiction, flash fiction and poetry. In 2006, it started publishing an annual print edition, alongside the monthly online issues. In 2009, Underground Voices expanded into a small press. And finally, in 2013, Underground Voices decided to become an independent book publisher only, publishing 1-5 books a year.
Underground Voices' contributors have been published in the New York Times; have had books reviewed by the New York Times, the Miami Herald, The Guardian and Entertainment Weekly; have written Hollywood screenplays (Blue Valentine cowritten by UV contributor Cami Delavigne); and have had their books adapted into films (It's Kind of a Funny Story adapted from the book by UV contributor
Ned Vizzini). Please see the Contributor's Novels and Awards section for more.
Feel free to contact the editor, Cetywa Powell, for questions. Or Jim Tucker, Underground Voices' assistant editor. Or connect with Underground Voices on LINKEDIN.