[ 16may13 ]
Spots Still Available for Sundress Academy for the Arts "Stage & Page Workshop" in East TN
The Sundress Academy for the Arts will be hosting a special weekend workshop one "Stage and Page" at Firefly Farms in Knoxville, TN on Saturday, May 18th. Joined by visiting poets T.A. Noonan and Scott Fynboe, writers will have the opportunity to compose and edit new and old work. To find out more or sign up, visit our Weekend Workshop website!
[ 14apr13 ]
Sundress Welcomes New Interns to Staff
Sundress Publications and the Sundress Academy for the Arts are pleased to welcome four new interns for the Summer 2013 semester: Taryn Wolf, Elizabeth McDonnell, Danielle M.G. Favorite, and Emily Janowick! Find out more about them on our editors' page.
[ 8may13 ]
Emilia Phillips' Bestiary of Gall Released for Free Download
Emilia Phillips' collection of fractured fables take their titles from the writings of Hippocrates, Virgil's Georgics, and a Bestiary Being an English Version of the Bodleian Library. At turns both beautiful and bizarre, Phillips introduces us to a violent and beastly world where "we mutiny like secrets" and are "full of still image." These poems surprise, delight, and terrify, all at the same time. Download it for free today!
[ 08may13 ]
Pre-Order Your Copy of Christine Jessica Margaret Reilly's chapbook, Too Animal, Not Enough Machine
There is nothing mechanical about Christine Jessica Margaret Reilly's chapbook, Too Animal, Not Enough Machine. The poems zip in and out of multiple consciousnesses, re-telling a variation of Hansel and Gretel through the streets of New York. But the poems do not feel suffocated or defined by the city, rather it is the poems' narrators who give that space life; whether it's searching for Gretel in bathroom stalls, chatting up Little Red Riding Hood, or pondering the nuances of Mermish, Reilly's poems are fearless in their imagination, effortlessly melding the surreal with the mundane, the fantastic with the everyday. Pre-order your copy today for only $10!
[ 03may13 ]
May Issue of Stirring Released
Be sure to check out the May issue of Stirring, guest edited by Kara Schmieg, with poetry by Sage Cohen, Nandini Dhar, Margaret Bashaar, Paul David Adkins, Joshua Robbins, Anne Barngrover, and Avni Vyas, plus fiction by Anne Hillesland and art by Jennifer Westfield. Also check out Mark Allen Jenkins' review of David Allen Sullivan's Seeds of the Pomegranate.