The article presents the Belo-modra knjižnica publishing house which was active between the years of 1927 and 1941. The central focus is on the publication of works by women writers in Slovenia. The publishing house published books by Ljuba Prenner, Dora Gruden, Mira Lamut and Marijana Kokalj-Željeznova, while Marja Boršnik edited Izbrano delo Vide Jerajeve (Selected works by Vida Jeraj) and, in co-operatio with Eleonora Kernčeva, edited Izbrano delo Zofke Kvedrove (Selected works by Zofka Kvedrova). The Belo-modra knjižnica publishing house is not important only because it published Slovene women writers and by doing so bridged the gap which would have otherwise occured in Slovene literary history should Slovenia have been deproved of their writing. It is also important because it proved with its numerous other activities, that literature is not a place where only one gender can, or is allowed to, express itself.