PS Hudson first started in a Hudson, New York, apartment before moving to a storefront space in the town of Catskill, just across the Hudson River. There Patrick Kiley and friend Christin Ripley integrated their studio practices of publication, book making and art making, including screen printing, paper and fabric marbling, sewing, drawing and several other areas Ripley excels in. After needing more space to cater to the expanding publication practice of the studio, in the late winter of 2016 Patrick Kiley moved the studio forty minutes north to Troy, still right along the Hudson River but very close to the state capital of Albany. This studio focuses primarily on production and bookmaking with a digital printer, perfect binder and most recently a risograph-style duplicator. PS Hudson has particular interest in publishing fiction, criticism, essays, archives and academic writing.