Stolon Press acknowledges the Gadigal and Wangal peoples of the Eora Nation as the first and continuing custodians of the lands on which we live and work, and pay respect to Elders past and present.

Stolon Press was started in Sydney in 2019 by Tom Melick and Simryn Gill as a way to publish texts and images that might easily fall through cracks or remain in boxes and bottom drawers. Its growing list of titles follows the paths of friendships and longstanding conversations. Like the plants from which it takes its name, Stolon Press works close to the ground, opportunistic in modest terrain and untended places.

Contributions by Alexander Robinson, Anca Rujoiu, Andrew Brooks, Anna Polo, Astrid Lorange, Aveek Sen, Catherine de Zegher, Chandrima Bhattacharya, Diane Fortenberry, Elina Alter, Elina Tipikina, Elisa Palacio, Elisa Taber, Emma Capps, Eugene Choi, Geddes & Walter, Graham Maslen, Hans Sluga, Jane Devery, Jeroen Wille, Jo Kukathas, John Howes, Juan Laxagueborde, Judy Annear, Khaled Sabsabi, Lee Weng Choy, Lilian Chee, Lisa Howes, Mary MacDougall, Naomi Riddle, Nina Serova, Olindo Polo, Quentin Sprague, Robert Milne, Ruud Ruttens, Simryn Gill, Souchou Yao, Tina Melick, Tom Melick, Tom Polo, Trent Walter, Vaughan Wozniak O'Connor, William Eric Brown, Xenia Cherkaev, .

Website by Robert Milne, set in Quadrant by Vincent Chan, Matter of Sorts.

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