Poets & Writers

Small Press Points

To put it in Hollywood terms,” says (bottlecap.press) founder and editor C. A. Mullins, “we think of ourselves more as producers than directors.” Established in (April) and Andrew Duncan Worthington’s story collection (June). In addition to traditional books, Bottlecap Press also welcomes mixed-media work: Kennedy’s collection, for example, incorporates photographs from her parents’ personal archives and is part of a larger performance project in conversation with Wendy Stehling’s 1985 book, . Mullins also plans to launch digital multimedia projects in the future, including a YouTube channel that will feature poetry, music, film, storytelling, performance art, and animation, and the editors have recently begun looking for artists to illustrate some of the press’s older chapbooks. The press accepts submissions in poetry, fiction, art, and video year-round via e-mail at .

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