The Emma Press has launched a call for poems about rituals and customs in Britain, for an anthology publishing in October 2018. Editors Richard O'Brien and Emma Wright hope the book will 'build up a portrait of the country by exploring what its inhabitants commemorate'. The book's theme is inspired by Ovid's Fasti.
The Emma Press has announced the pamphlets chosen from their call for submissions last year. Editors Rachel Piercey and Emma Wright selected twelve manuscripts, all to be published in 2017. The call for submissions ran from October to December in 2015 and resulted in over 100 applications.
The Emma Press is looking for poems about kings and queens, for a new anthology aimed at children aged 8+. The deadline for submissions is 13th November 2016 and the book will be published in September 2017.
The Emma Press has launched a call for submissions of poems about 'space and aliens', for a new anthology aimed at children aged 9+.
In a move set to rattle the producers of Fifty Shades of Grey, due for cinematic release on 13th February, the Emma Press has announced a new call for 'mildly erotic' poems. The publisher is planning an expanded second edition of
The Emma Press has announced a new call for poems about 'slow things' to coincide with their latest publication, The Dead Snail Diaries by Jamie McGarry. The Dead Snail Diaries is the posthumous debut from a Scarborough snail who met an untimely end one