Apophony Press is a platform for publications made by artists. It publishes printed books and journals, audiobooks, digital publications and ceramics that act as surfaces or tools for writing.

Apophony is the opposite of an epiphany. Apophenia is when a person frequently perceives there to be connections between things that are commonly judged to be unrelated, like in bibliomancy, tealeaf reading or gambling. The neurotransmitter associated with this phenomenon is dopamine.

Artists are both celebrated and criticized for seeking connections between images, objects and events that defy conventional notions of reason. This press publishes their efforts.

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