Publisher seeks poems for anthology about video games of the 80s and 90s

Publisher Broken Sleep Books is looking for submissions for an anthology of poetry about video games of the 1980s and 90s. It will be edited by Aaron Kent and Matthew Haigh. Previously published poems that relate to the subject will be considered.

Broken Sleep Books won the Publisher category in the Michael Marks awards last year. It describes itself on its website as “a small, innovative press...

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Fortnightly ezine wants poems and stories on the theme of 'Tear'

The website worktownwords is asking for poetry and/or short story submissions to its fortnightly ezine. The latest edition is curated by Sarah Maclennan on the theme of 'Tear'. The closing date for submissions is noon 14 August. Send your entries to info@livefromworktown.org More details

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'Dear Dylan' ... call for letters to and poems that celebrate Dylan Thomas

Fancy writing a letter to Dylan Thomas, as if he were alive today? A letter that might have been delivered to his home at The Boathouse in Laugharne? Poetry editor Anna Saunders and publisher Indigo D...

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Poems wanted for new Leonard Cohen anthology

Hull’s Wrecking Ball Press is inviting submissions of poetry and prose inspired by the life and work of poet, novelist and singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen, who died in 2016. On their website the publi...

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Afresh, afresh, afresh: publishers seek poems for anthology on trees

North-east publishers Iron Press are looking for poems for an anthology on trees. Poets can submit up to four poems, and the deadline is 30 April. More details

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Suffering chronic pain? University project seeks short pieces of creative writing for online anthology

A university project is inviting those suffering chronic pain to submit what is termed as “ ‘flash’ illness writing” - short-form creative writing, from five to 150 words, which can be poetry or prose...

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