Inland Editions publishes critical texts on social issues, art, and culture by young authors from various professional and research backgrounds. Our publications aim to explore possibilities to create meaningful connections across disciplines and interrogate the significance of the book as a platform for sharing ideas in the post-digital age.

The interdisciplinary character of our books is grounded on the premise that no critical discussion should be linear, nor subject to one single field of study. We wish to engage and provide in-depth analysis and build contexts for informed debates. 

Inland Editions is a non-profit publishing initiative based in London, founded in 2014 by Maria Inês Cruz and Lozana Rossenova.

Maria Inês Cruz
Lozana Rossenova

Øystein Arbo
Molly Mann
Yordan Mehandzhiyski

Cassochrome (Sponsorship for
TypeTogether (Sponsorship for
Semplice (Sponsorship for the website)


We work with independent booksellers internationally and handle distribution inhouse. If you would like to stock our books in your shop, or have any enquiries about sales, please get in touch via email at

Workshops & talks

We run workshops, present talks and lectures about our practice and the opportunites (and challanges) of independent publishing. We also conceptualise, develop and design publications in collaboration with different partners as editorial consultants.

10.03.2016 | Workshop on independent publishing practices | University of the West of England, Bristol

19.12.2015 | Future Library Publishing Fair | Open School East, London

12.12.2015 | The form of the book in alternative publishing practices | Face Forward Typography Conference, Dublin

21.11.2015 | Library Tales | Printroom, Rotterdam