Download printable copies of our books catalogs:
Curbside Catalog Spring/Summer 2014.pdf
Curbside Catalog Fall/Winter 2013.pdf


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If you like elegant or romantic poetry and prose, visit our imprint Concepción Books.  If you like work that is aware of its own creativity, visit our imprint Artifice. If you like sci-fi and spooky stuff visit Dark House Press.

If I Would Leave Myself Behind Lauren Becker

Written in short, uncluttered sentences rich with dark complexities, these stories examine the human urge for connection.


Let Go and Go On and On


In Let Go and Go On and On the story of obscure actress Laurie Bird is told in a second-person narrative, blurring what little is known of her actua


The Old Neighborhood

In April, we're publishing Bill Hillmann's debut novel, The Old Neighborhood, and we couldn't be more proud. The Old Neighborhood is the story of t


kiss as many women as you can

Curbside Splendor is thrilled about Franki Elliot's newest title, Read more...


the desert places

The Desert Places is a pocket-sized edition of a hybrid text by Amber Sparks and Robert Kloss that explores the evolution of evil in worlds both seen and unseen and features full-color



Joseph Bates's debut short story coll


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Way We Sleep Cover

The Way We Sleep, edited by C.


Everything Flows is the first collection of short fiction by novelist and screenwriter James Greer.


Cover for Amber Sparks May We Shed These Human Bodies

May We Shed These Human Bodies peers through vast spaces and skies with the world's most powerful telescope to find humanity:


 Chicago Stories cover by Rob Funderburk


For everyone who's always wondered what would happen if Roger Ebert had taken Oprah Winfrey to a critics' screening of REVENGE OF



"What’s it about? It’s about you. Something you said to me five years ago, five days ago, five minutes ago.