[ 07feb19 ]
SAFTA Open for Screenwriting Contest

The Sundress Academy for the Arts (SAFTA) is now accepting applications from filmmakers across the country for their new Film Writing Contest. The contest seeks to award the best screenwriting for a short film of no more than fifteen minutes. One winner and select runners-up will be honored at a unique screening at Sundress Academy for the Arts' Firefly Farms. Find out more here.

[ 01feb19 ]
Sundress Open for Annual Chapbook Contest!

Sundress Publications announces its sixth annual chapbook contest. Authors of all genres are invited to submit qualifying manuscripts during our reading period of February 1st to April 30th, 2019. Poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and hybrids are welcome. Find out more here.

[ 01feb19 ]
New Issue of Rogue Agent Released

BEACH GLASS, A LONG ANCHOR, AND A SWOLLEN EEL...Rogue Agent 47 is here! Featuring poetry by Chelsea Margaret Bodnar, Timothy Cook, Jesica Carson Davis, Sean Thomas Dougherty, Katherine Fallon, John Grey, Megan McDermott, Emily Murman, Victoria Nordlund, and Emma Cairns Watson—and a delightful interview with Juliet Cook, who talks about embodied poetry and writing Malformed Confetti.

[ 22jan19 ]
New Issue of Pretty Owl Poetry Released

Pretty Owl Poetry's 20th issue is here with stunning art by Laura Salgarolo and poetry and flash fiction from Brian Clifton, ali lanzetta, Nicole Oquendo, Hannah Kroonblawd, River Ian Kerstetter, Melissa Eleftherion, Trisha Kostis, Kelly Boyker, Jenny Della Santa, Jefferson Navicky, alex stolis, Michele K. Johnson Huffman, Kate LaDew, Bo Schwabacher, and Dan Alter.

[ 22jan19 ]
Doubleback Books Selects New Collection to Publish

Congratulations to Colleen S. Harris, whose book, These Terrible Sacraments, will be republished by Doubleback Books this year! Find out more about Harris and our upcoming reading period here.

[ 09jan19 ]
Sundress Releases Chickenhawks & Goldilocks by Grey Vild

We are so excited to announce the publication of Chickenhawks & Goldilocks by Grey Vild! Of the collection, Cortney Lamar Charleston says "Here we, poet and reader, overcome the loss that would have us lose ourselves—a loss all too present for those in and aside the trans community—and find resolve to carry forward in the beautiful project of living, to make the choice every day while still honoring those who felt they couldn't, hiding nothing about how difficult, at times, the living is and will be." Download it for free now!