'If we enjoy it we will try to publish it': Indigo Dreams aim to give new poets a chance

Ronnie Goodyer and Dawn Bauling are Indigo Dreams Publishing, which is gaining a deserved reputation for giving many poets their first publishing opportunity. Earlier this month they were awarded the 2015 Ted Slade award by the website Poetry Kit for their services to poetry.  In the latest of our Publisher Showcase interviews, they talk to Greg Freeman about their philosophy, IDP’s growing poetry...

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Can poetry go 'mainstream'? The future's bright, says Valley Press publisher

In the latest of our Publisher Showcase series of interviews, Jamie McGarry of Scarborough’s Valley Press reveals to Greg Freeman that he had no alternative to becoming a poetry publisher, talks of the long odds that submissions face, speculates whether poetry has the potential to go “mainstream” at...

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Small press with big dreams delivers latest anthology

The Emma Press is a small, independent publisher specialising in anthologies and pamphlets, and has only been up and running for just over a year. But in that time the energetic and enthusiastic Emma ...

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Selling spoken word: reasons to be cheerful at Burning Eye

Clive Birnie launched Burning Eye Books after spotting a gap in the market – no one was focusing on poets working the live circuit. In the second of our Publisher’s Showcase series, he tells Greg F...

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