Y’know, I intended to provide an update last month.
Back in the day, the press took Summers off from reading and publishing. This year, we only had two manuscripts to publish from our open reading last November, and they were set to be released in the Spring. And then the pandemic hit. Both turned into Summer releases and are now out in the world. We aren’t currently considering any manuscripts. Because 2020 turned out to be a lighter schedule (two chapbooks instead of five or six), we’re going to bump up our next open reading to be in September instead of November.
I (Scott) am currently reading some contest manuscripts for my friends at Anhinga Press, and that should wrap up later this month. Additionally, I (Scott) write poetry, too. I’ve been neglecting my writing for years, but have been working on an every-evolving manuscript that I’d also like to wrap up this month. So, September seems like a good target. I’ll post updates on the exact timing, but it’ll likely be a two-week window starting at the beginning September. Guidelines will be posted a couple/few days before the window opens.
Okay, that’s it for now. Back to reading (and writing).
Stay cool, stay safe, and Black Lives Matter!