In his T. The A3 Press publishes work that is lyrical and intense, a bit weird, perhaps, hybrid, experimental. This publisher also has a music imprint. After initially intending to focus on academic monographs and picture books they have come to specialise in poetry and haiku. However, these mainly comprise books by established poets from here or abroad and new editions of work by deceased writers. Eyewear Publishing A small independent press based in London. A well-established publisher of chapbooks and pamphlets. Eliot lecture, Picador editor Don Paterson commented on the abundance of writers who, wanting a slice of these opportunities, push for publication before they are ready.
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Akashic Books. A-Minor Press. The Poetry Business also runs a number of workshops and edits the literary magazine The North. Here are some examples of how other poets got published:.
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Face Press A poetry press based in the UK.
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Representing local authors from York and Leeds, and not-so-local writers from London, Brighton, the US, Bermuda and China, they are bringing the world to Yorkshire and Yorkshire to the world.
For me, a few years of feverish reading, writing and showing work to university writers-in-residence and to other young poets led to an Eric Gregory Award which was followed by interest from a major publisher Faber, whose editor had been on the award panel.
Aldrich Press. A Midsummer Night's Press. Alabaster Leaves Publishing is for emerging poets.
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Website: Asian American Writer's Workshop.
A late s survey suggested 8 per cent of the UK adult population had recently written a poem of some sort of which two-thirds were women. Organises workshops, masterclasses, and performance and writing opportunities for younger writers. As publishers become more corporate, global and boring, IRON Press champions new quality writing as it has done since I spent five years carefully building up a manuscript.
Aldrich Press. My tastes lean toward but are not limited to the genre-bending, the fabulists, as well as literary comedies.
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They specialise in short-run art, poetry and biographical titles. The Poetry Business also runs a number of workshops and edits the literary magazine The North.
Sidekick Books This tiny independent publisher puts together themed, collaborative anthologies, which are an ever-evolving platform for a plethora of styles and approaches.
Ahsahta Press. It publishes books, pamphlets, audio and ebooks.
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A new Birmingham-based publisher dedicated to promoting and showcasing Birmingham and Midlands poetic talent in colourful and exciting ways. Subgenres: Cross-genreExperimentalProse Poetry.
Seren Although mainly a fiction and non-fiction publisher, this press produces several poetry books each year.
We prefer poems with these qualities: image, subtlety, and point of view; a surface of worldly exactitude, as well as a depth of semantic ambiguity; and a voice that negotiates