Описание на сайте: “Publishing for more than thirty-five years, Granary Books brings together writers, artists, and bookmakers to investigate verbal/visual relations in the time-honored spirit of independent publishing.
As booksellers for nearly forty years, we specialize in rare books, ephemera, and archives that engage, extend, and document avant-garde and experimental work in poetry and small presses, little magazines, concrete & visual works, Fluxus, & artists' books.”
Granary Books began in 1985 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, as Origin Books- the name under which it published the first project, Noah Webster to Wee Lorine Niedecker by Jonathan Williams. A series of other small poem-cards and broadsides followed during the 1980s, as well as books by Jane Wodening, Jonathan Williams, R. B. Kitaj, and Paul Metcalf. By 1988, Granary Books moved to Manhattan on 636 Broadway, where Steve Clay and David Abel ran a gallery and bookstore on the tenth floor.