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We are delighted to announce that we are inviting proposals for prose pamphlets, to publish as part of the ‘Emma Press Pamphlets’ series. The open call for submissions will run until 25th January 2015 and we hope to begin publishing prose pamphlets from September 2015.
We are hoping to attract talented writers early in their careers, who might not be ready for a full-length publication, as well as more established writers who have a pamphlet-length project they would like to pursue. The Emma Press Pamphlets series currently contains exclusively poetry, from writers at all stages of their writing careers. The 36-page pamphlets are accessible to both writers and readers, due to their short length and price (£6.50 for a print copy and £4.25 for an ebook).
We are looking for proposals for formats including short stories, short plays, essays, recipes and guides. If you would like to submit, please visit our Submissions page and read the full guidelines. All writers who submit must be a member of the Emma Press Club, whereby they have to have bought a book from the Emma Press website within this calendar year, and additionally purchase a £5 submission fee per proposal.
Publisher Emma Wright said: ‘We’ve had a great response to our poetry pamphlets and lots of requests that we branch out into prose, so prose pamphlets seemed like a natural progression. We are very excited about the kinds of pamphlet concepts we will receive, and I’m hoping that our prose pamphlets help the poetry pamphlets reach a wider audience too.’
The Emma Press runs regular calls for submissions and our annual call for poetry pamphlets closed last month with a record 124 proposals. We are also currently open for submissions of poetry about Slow Things, and on December 3rd we are celebrating our poetry pamphlets with an event at the Southbank Centre – book your tickets here.