Just saw this on The Guardian - a relatively inexpensive course for writers about how to work with small press publishers. I think I'd go myself just to listen to the indy press publishers (but instead I will either be working or reading bedtime books to my kids!).
Yes, that does look interesting. Galley Beggar are the publishers of Eimear McBride's A Girl is a Half Formed Thing, so in that sense, they're the new Tindal Street. Should have things worth saying, and worth listening to!
I agree! Galley Beggar Press looks like a really interesting independent press (although no doubt they're swamped by submissions now). Still... just by interacting with the publishers (and crucially!) reading the books they publish is a step in the right direction to making contact and perhaps, getting published by them.