[ 01oct19 ]
Sundress Now Open for Short Story Collections

Sundress Publications is opening for submissions of full-length short story manuscripts. All authors are welcome to submit qualifying manuscripts during our reading period, which runs from October 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019. Find out more here.

[ 01oct19 ]
September Issue of Rogue Agent Released

A quill, a fire opal, and a lifetime supply of pie...Rogue Agent 55 is here! Featuring poetry by Jennifer Jackson Berry, Emily Rose Cole, Juliet Cook & j/j hastain, Kate Horowitz, D. G. Host, Danielle Isaiah, Denise Leto, A. Martine, Sarah Taylor-Foltz, and Meg Yardley, plus art by Toti O'Brien!

[ 24sept19 ]
Gender Flytrap by Zoë Estelle Hitzel Now Available

Pre-orders are now available for Gender Flytrap, the debut poetry collection by Zoë Estelle Hitzel! About this collection, TC Tolbert says "How thankful I am that this writing of perseverance—which is to say, transition—exists. Buy it for yourself, then buy it for your library, then buy a copy and leave it on a bus or at a ball field. This 'small sun' is a gift." Order yours today!

[ 01sept19 ]
Poets in Pajamas Seeking Readers for 2020 Line-Up

Poets in Pajamas, a Sundress Publications reading series is putting together the slate of readers for 2020 and would like to invite you to apply to read. We are interested in hearing from ALL writers (we accept both poetry and prose readers) but we also particularly want to welcome writers who identify as being a part of disenfranchised communities (such as but not limited to, people of color, immigrant populations, native and indigenous people, LGBTQ+, d/Deaf and Disabled, non-binary people, members of non-dominant religious groups, all women, Dreamers, formerly incarcerated, and more).

[ 06aug19 ]
Pre-Orders Available for New Letterpress Broadside

Pre-orders are now available for "Searching for Wonton Soup," this year's broadside contest winning poem by Lisa Kwong! All broadsides are printed individually on our very own 19th century letterpress at the Sundress Academy for the Arts.