Omer/Teshuvah is published by a nanopress — a onetime collaborative venture between writer and editor.
(For more on the nanopress model, read Nic Sebastian’s posts about Nanopress publishing.)
Before settling on “Omer Teshuvah” as the name for the process of counting the 49 days between Tisha b’Av and Rosh Hashanah, we referred to this process as the Remo. (Remo is “Omer” backwards. Get it?) Ultimately we decided that “Omer Teshuvah” was a better name for the second counting, but we liked the sound of Omer/Remo, so we chose it as the name for our nanopress.