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Essay Press is dedicated to publishing artful, innovative and culturally relevant prose.
Essay Press is dedicated to publishing artful, innovative and culturally relevant prose. We are interested in publishing pieces that are too long to be easily published in journals or magazines, but too short to be considered book-length by most publishers. We are looking for prose that has something to say, essays that both demand and deserve to stand alone. We particularly welcome work that extends or challenges the formal protocols of nonfiction, including, but not limited to: lyric essays and prose poems or poetics; experimental biography and autobiography; innovative approaches to journalism, experimental historiography, criticism, scholarship and philosophy.
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Essay Press is now reading for its first open-book contest, to be judged by Essay author Kristin Prevallet. We particularly welcome book-length manuscripts that extend or challenge the formal range of nonfiction—including, but not limited to, lyric essays and prose poems/poetics; experimental biography and autobiography; innovative approaches to journalism, experimental historiography, criticism, scholarship and philosophy. Simultaneous submissions, multiple submissions, collaborative manuscripts, digital and hybridized text/art manuscripts all are encouraged. Julia Bloch Retweeted Essay PressRadio Free Albion Retweeted Essay Press@EssayPress hasn't tweeted yet.
Essay Press is dedicated to publishing artful, innovativeand culturally relevant prose. We are interested in publishing single essaysthat are too long to be easily published in journals or magazines, but tooshort to be considered book-length by most publishers. We are looking foressays that have something to say, essays that both demand and deserve to standalone. We particularly welcome work that extends or challenges the formalprotocols of the essay, including, but not limited to: lyric essays or prosepoems; experimental biography and autobiography; innovative approaches tojournalism, experimental historiography, criticism, scholarship and philosophy.Each of these 12 judges will select one digital chapbook for 2016 publication. Each judge will write an introduction to his/her selected work. Essay Press will then release a new winning chapbook each month in 2016.Judges include Essay Press authors Dan Beachy-Quick, Rosebud Ben-Oni, Amaranth Borsuk, Julie Carr, Mina Pam Dick, Jennifer Kwon Dobbs, Joe Harrington, Lily Hoang, Krystal Languell, David Lazar, Shane McCrae and Jessica Smith.