Poetry Call Out

This call out is FINISHED. We’ll be in touch with everyone who has submitted (thanks by the way!) by the end of April, other priorities permitting.

Calling all poets who like to write long complex things that take several pages and tell some kind of story. (I don’t mean the Rime of the Ancient Mariner, or Hiawatha, just some thread of coherent narrative!).

It may be swimming against the tide, but we are looking for poems for our first poetry anthologylong poems. So if you are ever frustrated by 40 line limits, this is your chance. We want AT LEAST 40 lines of narrative poetry. Send your PREVIOUSLY UNPUBLISHED IN BOOK FORM offering in before the end of February 2014 for consideration, using the contact form below.

We pay royalties (once production costs have been recovered) but no advances.

This call out is FINISHED. We’ll be in touch with everyone who has submitted (thanks by the way!) by the end of April, other priorities permitting.

 

 

Submissions for Stations

Arachne Press is currently looking for submissions for our second planned book.

Stations ( better title no doubt will surface)  will be an anthology of stories inspired by the stations on the South and East section of the London Overground (the old East London Line and its extensions).  Any genre except erotica.

We have made a good start with stations between Brockley and Whitechapel well covered, but if anyone would like to contribute anything south of Brockley from Crystal Palace/ West Croydon or north of Whitechapel to Highbury & Islington, we’d be very pleased to hear from you.

Word limit 2500, deadline midnight 31st March 2012.

The story doesn’t have to be set ON the Overground station in question, but must make reference to it somehow. It would be a plus if you have some personal connection to the station in question!

Stories should preferably not have been published previously, initial enquiries via our contact page.