I looked but didn't see a thread on Fuze.
From their website homepage:
Fuze Publishing is a boutique press committed to the belief that well-crafted storytelling crosses cultures, political contexts, and international borders, and has the power to educate and change.
Founded in 2009 in McLean, Virginia, Fuze already has established a reputation for books with “intelligence, wit, and style.” Our list spans a range of genres, from mysteries to memoirs, but all our titles share a common mission: to promote understanding in a diverse world while providing a lively reading experience.
At Fuze we are continually seeking long-term partnerships with new and established writers whose careers we can develop and whose talent we can promote. We bring careful, strategic expertise and management to each project, skillfully shepherding the final manuscript to major book publicity.
One of their co-founders (and authors), Molly Best Tinsley, was a presenter at the Willamette Writers Conference yesterday. In one of the small classrooms but well-attended, she spoke about writing good dialogue and used Hemingway's short story "Hills Like White Elephants" for the example.
Their website doesn't list any staff other than marketing/pr, Meg Tinsley.
She said Barnes & Noble refuses to carry their books and she seemed convinced the B&N is "old school" and "part of a dying system."
Submissions page says (at this point) Fuze Publishing is selectively accepting manuscripts.