2012 Chapbook Award Remember to get those manuscripts prepared and sent in. We're accepting submissions for the 2012 Chapbook Award until March 1. Check the guidelines and send us your manuscript.
Call for FBR5 Submissions Floating Bridge Press seeks poetry submissions for our upcoming publication Floating Bridge Review #5 on the theme of "Do Tell" — works that touch on gay life (including lesbian, bi, trans, two-spirit, questioning, and any other non-straight orientations). We are seeking work that is inspired, surprising, humorous, intriguing, and/or just plain excellent writing. There are no restrictions on form or subject matter. Prose poems and flash fiction will also be considered. Poets of all persuasions are welcome and encouraged to submit.
Note: You do not need to be a resident of Washington State to submit.
Entries are by e-mail only: Send up to 5 poems as a single Microsoft Word document or single PDF file by February 15, 2012 to email@example.com. Please put FBR5 SUBMISSION in the Subject line of your email.
Floating Bridge Review Four: poking a finger out + pontoon Part 1 poking a finger out—a literary retrospective. Work from four of Washington State's finest literary magazines no longer publishing, selected by the editors of the magazines. Part 2 is Pontoon as you've always known it—selections from entries to the 2011 Floating Bridge Press chapbook competition. Available now..
Where's Pontoon? Just a reminder that Pontoon hasn't gone away. It's joined by a spectial section to make each issue of Floating Bridge Review.
When you're submitting for the Chapbook Award, you're submitting for Pontoon as well, just like always. (We suspect that folks were so eager to dive into Floating Bridge Review that they didn't notice that Pontoon was right there on the cover.)
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The Cupboard Artist A new full-length collection from Molly Tenenbaum. Order it here.
A Fort Made of Doors We are pleased to present the 2011 Chapbook Award winner. Read more and order it here.
Floating Bridge Review Number Four The issue is here and ready to read. See the past and present of Washington State poetry. Read more and order it here.
The Chewbacca on Hollywood Boulevard Reminds Me of You Laura Read's 2010 Chapbook Award winning volume is available. Read more and order it here.
The Girl Who Goes Alone A collection by poet and KUOW commentator and interviewer, Elizabeth Austen. Read more about it and order it here.
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