Poets & Writers

Small Press Points

After four years as an apprentice at poetry publisher (), Andrew Saulters took the reins from Alan Brilliant in 2016, fifty, edited by Lenard D. Moore, and in November will release Lynn Otto’s first book, , and Wayne Johns’s . Otto and Johns were selected from the press’s first-book competition, held annually in the spring; the press is open to general submissions of full-length and chapbook-length poetry collections from October through December.

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