Gertrude Press stands in solidarity with Black Lives Matter, and commits to continue to feature the stories, art and voices of the Black queer and trans people who have always been on the front lines of revolution.
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Gertrude Press is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization founded in 1998 by writer Eric Delehoy. Gertrude now holds the distinction of being the longest consecutively published queer journal. We have published work by over 300 individuals from more than 35 U.S. states and 11 countries worldwide. We serve as a springboard for artists and authors to further their professional careers, including university tenure and book publication.
The premier issue of Gertrude (then titled Gertrude: A Journal of Voice and Vision) appeared in the spring of 1999—a 36-page, black and white, saddle-stitched journal. In Fall 2001 the first perfect-bound issue was published. As of 2017 we are on-line, and energized to have a global reach.
In December 2017, Gertrude Press also launched GERTIE: a quarterly, queer book club to expand our prevailing mission of supporting and promoting strong, literary LGBTQ writers.
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