Nicole Rollender: You founded your own press, ELJ Publications, so you could focus on publishing collections and chapbooks of poetry and fiction from new and emerging writers. Can you tell us about the history of the press? What kind of poetry and fiction do you publish, and as an editor, what do you look for in a manuscript or collection? Ariana D. Den Bleyker: We aim to be a press for every writer. We offer two journals, one specializing in the work of emerging writers and
This week, our co-editor M. Mack will be discussing GGP (and publishing hir own work) during a panel at the New Leaves Writers' Conference, held on the George Mason University campus in Fairfax, VA. We'd love to see you, if you're in the area! Event Description: Friday, April 17th Traditionally, chapbooks have been a part of poetry publishing for some time, but recently chapbooks have become more popular with fiction and nonfiction as well. Mason alums who have all published
Get a little taste of our AWP bookfair offerings below, then come see us Thurs.-Sat. at the George Mason University booth, #1308 and 1306, where we will feed you candy hearts that say, "you do you." Or you can feed them to yourself while you read a portfolio of beautiful miniatures by our amazing authors. We're flexible.