[ 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!

[ 08jul20 ]
Sundress Opens for Full-Length Poetry Collections

Sundress Publications is open for submissions of full-length poetry manuscripts. All authors are welcome to submit qualifying manuscripts during our reading period of June 1st to August 31st, 2020. Find out more here. Submission fees are waived for all BIPOC writers.

[ 02jul20 ]
New Issue of Stirring Released

Stirring's annual themed issue is here and celebrates the work of 2020 graduates! From our homes to yours, congratulations! Read the full issue here.

[ 01jul20 ]
Sundress Academy for the Arts Now Accepting 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.

[ 17jun20 ]
Pre-Orders Now Available for Hood Criatura by féi hernandez

Pre-orders are now available for Hood Criatura by féi hernandez! Of the collection, Patricia Smith says, "These undaunted stanzas do not exist to teach—it's much too late for that—they exist to devastate. Then you'll know if you were ready." Save $3 off the cover price and get FREE shipping when you pre-order today.

[ 16jun20 ]
Fiction Open Reading Period Winner Announced

We are thrilled to announce the results of the 2020 Prose and Short Story open reading period. The winning selection is: Jilly Dreadful’s COSMOBIOLOGICAL: Stories. Find out more about the author and this collection along with a full list of finalists and semifinalists here.