Archipelago Books, the Brooklyn nonprofit independent literary press, is moving on. Archipelago is leaving its offices in DUMBO under the Brooklyn Bridge after three years. Zoe Ward, editor and publicist at Archipelago, told PW Daily that AB has been subletting its space from a theater company and she expects to be out of the space by June. "They want to expand. It’s nothing bad but the price of real estate in DUMBO is out of control" said Ward. She wants the press to stay in Brooklyn and she said the press is considering the possibility of moving into the Can Factory, a renovated industrial space in Gowanus Brooklyn, where indie presses like Akashic Books and Ugly Duckling Presse have already taken up residence. "Manhattan’s a possibility," said Ward, "We’re just starting to look around but we’d like to stay in Brooklyn."