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

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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, who publish a range of pamphlets and collections, from a range of writers. We particularly wish to encourage more working-class writers, LGBTQ+, and BAME writers to submit. Politically we are left-leaning, and have no interest in misogynists, racist, sexists, the alt-right, or dickheads in general.”

The deadlines for submissions is 30 April. More details here  

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