[ 01aug18 ]
New Issue of Rogue Agent Release
Forgotten machines, fizzing eons, and clatter on the floorboards...Rogue Agent 41 is here! With poetry by Genevieve DeGuzman, Jenny Grassl, James Grinwis, Anwar Gheni Jaber, Andrew Kozma, Agnieszka Krajewska, Bryanna Licciardi, Sean Mahoney, Jessica Morey-Collins, and Caitlin Wilson and an interview with Caseyrenée Lopez talking about embodied poetry and their book, the new gods.
[ 01aug18 ]
Sundress Closes for Full-Length Manuscripts on August 15
Sundress Publications is opening for submissions of full-length manuscripts. All authors are welcome to submit qualifying manuscripts during our reading period until August 15th, 2018. Find out more here.
[ 19jul18 ]
Katie Burgess Wins 2018 Chapbook Contest
Sundress Publications is delighted to announce the winner for our seventh chapbook competition, Katie Burgess! Her chapbook, Wind on the Moon, rose to the top among many other outstanding works. Chapbook judge, Stacey Balkun, said this of the collection, "Burgess writes with an honesty so clear it aches. Wind on the Moon is one of those books you can't wait to share with everyone you love." Find out more about the chapbook and our finalists here.
[ 15jul18 ]
New Pretty Owl Poetry Released
Pretty Owl Poetry is truly honored to showcase work in our Summer 2018 issue by contributors Katie Manning, Amy Lawless, Kasandra Larsen, Hannah Cohen, john sweet, Cait Powell, Susan Carlson, Ava C. Cipri, louis gallo, Peter J. Stavros, and Audra Coleman. Plus, an interview with cover artist Jessica Earhart!
[ 11jul18 ]
SAFTA Announces Fourth Estate Residency Fellowship
The Sundress Academy for the Arts (SAFTA) is excited to announce that they are accepting applications for a new fellowship in long-form journalism and/or nonfiction. The Fourth Estate Residency fellowship comes with a two-week residency during the spring or summer residency periods as well as a $500 stipend. In the age of anti-journalism and “fake news," we believe it is more important than ever to give journalists and writers time to research, write, and revise work that delves into the events and issues of our time. Our group of ten writers (Camille Dungy, Eliza Griswold, Patrick Hicks, Ilyse Kusnetz, in memoriam, Kathryn Miles, Viet Thanh Nguyen, Brian Turner, Sholeh Wolpe, Elliott Woods, and Sunil Yapa) have joined together to make this possible. Although several of us work in writing disciplines outside of journalism, we believe it is crucial to support the work of journalists—especially in a time when the entire profession is under threat. Find out more here.