[ 01sept20 ]
Sundress Academy for the Arts Closes Soon for Spring Residency Applications

The Sundress Academy for the Arts (SAFTA) is now accepting applications for short-term writing residencies in all genres—poetry, fiction, nonfiction, playwriting, screenwriting, journalism, academic writing, and more—for their spring residency period which runs from January 3 to May 16, 2021. This spring we have scholarships for LGBTQIA+ writers, marginalized writers struggling with mental illness, and writers who show exceptional service to the community. Find out more here. Application fees are waived for all BIPOC writers.

[ 01sept20 ]
Sundress to Publish Debut Full-Length Collection from V. Ruiz

We are thrilled to announce that we will be publishing In Stories We Thunder, the debut full-length poetry collection by V. Ruiz, as part of our 2022 line-up! V. Ruiz is a Queer Xicana Bruja, artist, and writer fascinated by language and the magic it evokes. She lives in Las Vegas with her partner, their little one, and a tiny terror with an underbite. V is an assistant flash fiction editor for Homology Lit. Her writing has appeared in Fugue, Black Warrior Review, Hayden's Ferry Review, and Carve Magazine among other places.

[ 20aug20 ]
Pre-Orders Now Available for 2020 Broadside

Pre-orders are now available for our 2020 broadside featuring D. M. Spratley's "Each Morning an Animal"! Save $5 off this hand-printed letterpress broadside when you pre-order!

[ 20aug20 ]
New Issue of beestung Released

Ritual and myth. Gods and sisters. The stinger, but also the honey. beestung #4 has arrived, featuring work by Emma William-Margaret Rebholz, Xuan Nguyen, Sarah Cavar, Levi Cain, Kai Minosh Pyle, Jaisha Jansena, and Lichen.

[ 01aug20 ]
New Issue of Rogue Agent Released

A living carcass, seven layer mesh, and a tight fitting cocktail dress... Rogue Agent 65 is here featuring work by Jenn Avery, Jessica Drake-Thomas, Breia Gore, Rachana Hegde, Shannon Hozinec, Paulie Lipman, Nicole Matis, Emily Joy Oomen, and Barbara Kreader Skalinder, with visual poems by J. I. Kleinberg!