The Emma Press has published an anthology of poems about ageing, edited by Sarah Hesketh. The Emma Press Anthology of Age features new poems which take a close, hard look at old age, taking in the pain, humour, anger and fear associated with this universal state.
The Emma Press has launched a call for submissions of poems about 'space and aliens', for a new anthology aimed at children aged 9+.
The Emma Press has launched an anthology of poems about slow things, edited by Rachel Piercey and Emma Wright. The aptly-named Slow Things contains poems about everything from slow creatures (sloths), slow processes (cleaning teapots) and slow treats (parkin).
The Emma Press has been awarded a grant from Grants for the Arts, supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, to conduct a 15-date national poetry tour for children. The Myths and Monsters tour will include poetry
The Emma Press is publishing the first in a new series of themed children's poetry anthologies on 18th June 2015. Falling Out of the Sky: Poems about Myths and Monsters is a collection of new poems edited by Rachel Piercey (Newdigate
The Emma Press has launched an open call for submissions to a sea-themed poetry anthology due for release in October 2016. The independent publisher, based in Winnersh, is inviting poets to send in up to three poems by 21st June 2015.
The Emma Press is delighted to announce the six poets whose pamphlets have been chosen for publication in 2015/16: Deborah Alma, Kathy Pimlott, Camille Ralphs, Ben Rogers, James Trevelyan and Alison Winch. The six poets' pamphlet proposals were selected by Rachel