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We are publishing boundary-pushing, experimental work that outgrows the capitalist and censored contexts.



Launched as one of our most important projects this year,  We has decided to publish Accent Society’s own magazine: Accently

Open Call for writers to join the inaugural issue: Fusion


We provide the service of Literacy Consultation, Book Layout & Design, Derivative Products, Printing & Binding, Publishing and Distribution.

If you would like to make an appointment for a book/exhibition consultation, please send your proposal or a manuscript to us along with the following information:

  • A table of contents/ A work list
  • A sample chapter/ Examples of your artwork
  • Your estimate of the potential audience for the work
  • If your work is not yet complete, please indicate its anticipated date of completion

Editorial Team

Yinhong Zhang

Yinhong Zhang is a French translator and editor, she earned a master 's degree in French from Nanjing University. She has translated and published Conversations with Emmanuel Levinas: 1983-1994, The Anti-Enlightenment Tradition, Herculine Barbin.

Zhou Li

Currently works as a photographer, art editor and concept writer. She is also the initiator of the creative group Coordinator. In 2017 she graduated with a Hons B.A. in Visual Studies and Cinema Studies from the University of Toronto, Canada, and now is a postgraduate student at the Academy of Media Arts in Cologne, Germany. Her current research field includes the phenomenology of perception, linguistics, sociology, and their intertwined relationship with the human spirit. She has nearly six years of experience in art book production and editing, specializing in providing suitable solutions for transforming artists' ideas into book forms. Recent art projects includes an artist's book "(inefficient) LOVE MANIFESTO"(2023), and the curation of Serendipity: Jin Qiaoer's Exhibition (33ml offspace, Shanghai, 2023).

Yasmine Anlan Huang

Yasmine Anlan Huang is an artist and writer who's accustomed to constant migration. She has authored Love of the Colonizer, published by Accent Sisters (Jersey City), while her writings and translations are scattered throughout Heichi Magazine, p-articles, SAMPLE Mag, and other platforms. She received her BA (Hons) in Creative Media from City University of Hong Kong, an MA from the University of Hong Kong, and an MFA from Parsons School of Design.

Xi Zhu

Xi Zhu is a multi-hyphenated poet-artist from China, currently based in Providence, RI, USA; Her “books” are encapsulated time-space for meditative and contemplative experience. She considers her artworks poems and her poems exosomatic organs or flooded rooms. She is the recipient of Frances Mason Harris ’26 Prize for book-length manuscript of poetry and prose and Robert Reid Award Fellowship. She is the chief editor of Clerestory Journal of the Arts and the founder of Butter*Rabbit*Press. Her works have appeared in Bloom Journal, v1. Magazine, the Flower Shop on the Corner (Poetry Anthology) and have been included in the Brown University Archive. She graduated with a dual degree from Brown University (Literary Arts) and Rhode Island School of Design (Printmaking+Drawing.)

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