Although the press officially released its first book, Robert J. Sawyer's Relativity, on November 12, 2004, the people responsible for the press issued a filk CD two years earlier, entitled "A Walk on the Windy Side." That CD is considered to be the press's first project.
"A Walk on the Windy Side" includes songs by Charles de Lint and Juanita Coulson as well as readings by Frederik Pohl and Kristine Smith.
In addition to stories and essays by Sawyer, Relativity includes an introduction by Mike Resnick, an afterword by Valerie Broege and a cover by Jael. Relativity won the Aurora Award for best English Work (Other) for 2004.
ISFiC Press released its first two novels, Every Inch a King, by Harry Turtledove with a cover by Bob Eggleton and The Cunning Blood, by Jeff Duntemann with a cover by Todd Cameron Hamilton on November 11, 2005.
In 2006, ISFiC Press wil release its first non-fiction book, Worldcon Guest of Honor Speeches, edited by Mike Resnick and Joe Siclari. That was followed by Outbound, a collection of short stories by Jack McDevitt.
The publisher of ISFiC Press is Steven H Silver and the business manager is Bill Roper.