Poetry Publishing Opportunity From Tupelo Press

Get your work in front of renowned poets

ThroughoPupelout the month of July, Tupelo Press is holding open submissions for book-length poetry collections (48-90 pages) and chapbook-length poetry collections (28-47 pages). July Open Submissions provide the lion’s share of what Tupelo publishes annually. Selected manuscripts will be published and distributed by Tupelo, with energetic publicity and promotion.

New this year, we’re celebrating our joint venture with 3: A Taos Press, with the July Open submissions to be read and selected by Andrea Watson, Publisher of 3: A Taos Press, and Veronica Golos, Director of Acquisitions for 3: A Taos Press.

Please read the complete guidelines here.

Founding publisher of 3: A Taos Press, Andrea Watson‘s poetry has appeared in Nimrod, Rhino, Cream City Review, Ekphrasis, International Poetry Review, Memoir, and The Dublin Quarterly, among others. She has designed and curated eighteen ekphrasis events of poetry and art across the United States, commencing with Braided Lives: A Collaboration Between Artists and Poets, sponsored by the Taos Institute of Arts. Other shows include Interwoven Illuminations, featured in Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review; The Sacred Blue; Threaded Lives, with its book, Poems from the Fiber World; and, most recently, Fragments: Poets and Artists of the South and Southwest. She is co-editor of Collecting Life: Poets on Objects Known and Imagined and of the anthology, Malala: Poems for Malala Yousafzai (FutureCycle Press, 2013), the proceeds of which are donated to the Malala Fund for Girls’ Education.

Veronica Golos is the author of Vocabulary of Silence, winner of the New Mexico Book Award, poems from which are translated into Arabic by poet Nizar Sartawi, and A Bell Buried Deep, co-winner of the 16th Annual Nicholas Roerich Poetry Prize (Story Line Press), to be re-issued by Tupelo Press. Her most recent poetry book is Rootwork: The Lost Writings of John Brown & Mary Day Brown, (3: A Taos Press, 2015).

Golos’s poems are anthologized in The Poet’s Craft, Annie Finch, Editor, Collecting Life: Poets on Objects Known and Imagined, Ley Lines, editor Harvey Hix, Pomegranate Seeds: An Anthology of Greek-American Poets, editor Dean Kostos, Somerset Hall Press, 2008, among others.

Her work has appeared in journals including Spillway, Meridians, Drunken Boat, Orion, Cimarron, Contemporary World Literature, Sin Fronteras, Verso (Paris), Poetry (London), Rattle, The Feminist Wire, World Literature Magazine Spring’s Forum (Syria), www.nabee.awatf.comwww.saddana.com, (UAE),www.shenrayar.com/ar, (Iraq) www.Alimbaratur.com (Denmark) and Maqal (Kuwait). Golos has lectured at Columbia University’s Teacher’s College, Hunter College, Julliard School of Music, College of Staten Island, Ft Hayes University (Kansas), Regis University, University of New Mexico and Colorado State College.

Golos is the Poetry Editor for the Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion (Harvard Divinity School), and co-editor of the Taos Journal of International Poetry & Art. She lives in Taos, New Mexico, with her husband, David Pérez.

(From a press release provided by Tupelo Press.)

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