[ 18apr17 ]
Agape Editions Releases A Stranger Longing by Shannon Elizabeth Hardwick
A Stranger Longing, which was selected by Vandana Khanna as runner-up for last year's NOLO contest, and whose poems move among themes of ecstatic energy, illness, and the body's relationship to the earth—always seeking more. Read it for free today!
[ 15apr17 ]
Agape Editions Extends NOLO Contest Deadline
Agape Editions would like to announce a deadline extension regarding the 2017 NOLO book prize. We will remain open for submissions until June 30, 2017. We've received several compelling submissions so far, but are eager to receive more work to consider. Send us your best and your weirdest by June's end! We'd love the chance to read and discuss it this summer.
[ 11apr17 ]
New Pretty Owl Poetry Released!
Pretty Owl Poetry is proud to release our thirteenth issue, Spring 2017, with art by Jessica Earhart and words by CAConrad, Ellen McGrath Smith, Chelsea Tadeyeske, Kristy Bowen, Trish Hopkinson, Jose Angel Araguz, Sam Wein, Lisa Schapiro Flynn, Maximus Adarve, Michael Bible, Henry Goldkamp, and Elias Keller. And be sure to check out our new website design by our talented editor Gordon Buchan!
[ 05apr17 ]
Sundress Releases Erin Elkins Radcliffe's Bottomlands
Sundress Publications is pleased to announce the release of Erin Elkins Radcliffe's Bottomlands, which was a runner-up for last year's chapbook contest. Of the collection, author Bonnie Nadzam says "As soon as I finished—and this has never happened to me before—I immediately started over again." Read it today for free!
[ 04apr17 ]
Get a Free Sundress Title with Residency Application
To celebrate National Poetry Month, all application fees for a fall residency at the Sundress Academy for the Arts will come with a free Sundress title throughout April! Apply today!
[ 01apr17 ]
New Issue of Stirring Live
In the latest edition of Stirring: A Literary Collection, myths old and new are retold and broken down, coming apart at the seams. What's exposed in the process are the raw anatomies of human connection: individuals, families, friends, and loves. Guest edited by poet Caitlin Pryor, this issue features poetry from Leslie Marie Aguilar, Bruce Bond, Jenny Molberg, Raena Shirali and others, fiction from Karen Craigo, nonfiction from Laura Romain, a review of Wren Hanks' chapbook Prophet Feverfrom Jade Hurter, and art from Jessica Kreutter and Steph Untz.