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MidsummerNightsPress
Poetry press. Our authors: Achy Obejas, Francesca Lia Block, Jane Yolen, Rigoberto González, Julie R. Enszer, Raymond Luczak, Pat Parker, Charles Flowers, &c.
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Not published? No problem. Wave goodbye to hours of hunting out places to submit your work. Our updated Indie Press Guide collates 600+ independent publishers and literary magazines in the UK and ROI – for just £16.99! Buy it here:
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Ledbury Poetry Fest 6m
For anyone who couldn't get into the launch today. Please join us tomorrow, July 5, 11.30am, featuring the UK Poet Laureate Simon Armitage. No registration required, just click on the link
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Will Evans 19h
On publishing & translation making it through this crisis, in which I wax poetic on 's forthcoming Russian books—Petrushevskaya, Lipskerov, Meshchaninova, Ganieva! Thanks for the chance to share my obsession w/ Russian literature!
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Travis Allen 🇺🇸 Jul 2
Texas Governor Greg Abbott is requiring everyone in Texas to wear a face covering. It’s illegal to carry a gun while wearing a face covering. Texas just unintentionally banned concealed and open carry.
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Knights Of Jul 3
** TAKES A DEEP BREATH ** This week we did a whole lot. Quick recap, we know it’s been noisy. (Please share) FREE weekend workshops in July for minority writers - chat with agents, editors, writers. Open, honest and for you. APPLY HERE:
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Has there ever been a fantasy novel that’s soooooo 2020? A wizard with a SOURDOUGH STARTER as her familiar! 😂😂
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John Scalzi 20h
It's racist as fuck and needs to be changed, like, decades ago. There, review over, change it already.
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Rebekah Klein-Pejšová Jun 24
Sometimes you need to just lie in the grass for a while and look up at the clouds and treetops.
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Kishani Widyaratna 22h
'I fiercely oppose the idea that it’s hard to find the writers because the writers are out there, clearly, you just need to look for them. I think a lot of it is about … desire. What are your priorities? What do you want to find?’ ⁦
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Sarra Manning 22h
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Fat & Queer Anthology DEADLINE JULY 10 22h
Can you believe we're here ⁉️ ONE WEEK away from the JULY 10 deadline❗️ Thanks to everyone who has submitted work and thanks to those of you still working on that perfect poem, essay, or story 🤩 🏳️‍🌈 🏳️‍⚧️
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‘A Conflicted Cultural Force’: What It’s Like to Be Black in Publishing
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Laura Scott Jul 3
Over the 🌒 about this ...🌜🌛🌗🌖
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Bogi Takács * No to #LFK jail expansion! 20h
All this teachers versus parents stuff is very annoying to read because people readily assume that teachers cannot be parents???
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Alexandra Büchler Jul 2
A masterclass in thinking about literary translation with in progress on interviews and takes questions from the auditnce simultaneously. Tune in on fb if you haven’t registered.
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Asymptote Journal Jul 2
Did you know that Asymptote published Lydia Davis's first translations from the Dutch way back in 2011? Now, you too can find a great home for your translations too! Submit by Aug 24 to our Fall 2020 Special Feature edited by Michele Hutchison:
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Randall Mann Jul 2
Excited to share from that The Jake Adam York Prize for a first or second poetry collection is open for submissions! I'm honored to judge this year; will publish the winning book.
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Book Island Jul 2
So glad I found this thread where author explains everything you've always wanted to know about royalties, where you should buy your books from if you want to support the author/illustrator (spoiler: it's not A or BD).
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Skull + Wind Press Sep 18
A wonderful interview with poet, publisher, and S+W translator Lawrence Schimel over at The Rumpus!
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