The Emma Press acquires non-fiction debut celebrating the craft of sewing from Aotearoa New Zealand author Maddie Ballard
The Emma Press is thrilled to announce the acquisition of Maddie Ballard’s non-fiction debut Bound: A Memoir of Making and Remaking, a sewing diary exploring love, shifting connections and self-care.
‘a quiet celebration of the value of craft in a digital age’
The Emma Press is delighted to announce acquisition of Mother Night, the second poetry pamphlet from London-based poet Serge ♆ Neptune.
‘a dark little book that leads to some hope’
The Emma Press acquires a radical reworking of Arthurian myth from poet & novelist Clare Pollard, in her debut children’s fiction book
The Emma Press is delighted to announce acquisition of The Untameables, the debut children’s book from acclaimed poet, Clare Pollard. The Untameables was acquired by The Emma Press directly from the author in a deal for worldwide English-language rights (including
The Emma Press has acquired two new poetry pamphlets submitted unagented to the press during its December 2021 call for submissions. The pamphlets touch on themes of femininity, anger, body image, autonomy, and generational and cultural challenges, changes, and resilience. Consistent
We're hosting a series of online practical masterclasses exploring the craft of writing for children! Maybe you've always wanted to write for children, or perhaps you'd like to create something special for a child you know? You might have tried writing
The Emma Press has acquired three new poetry pamphlets submitted unagented to the press during its September 2021 call for submissions. The collections touch on themes of love and language, creativity, abusive medical systems weighted against marginalised genders, archives and cultural
We'll start our new programme with a soft relaunch in June 2021. For this call we will be looking exclusively for essay collections, to continue our series that began with Nina Mingya Powles' Tiny Moons: A Year of Eating in