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BULL PEN: 05 July 2016

Today (06 July 2016) is the last day to submit your chapbook manuscripts for our Summer 2016 Open Reading Period!! →SUBMIT← Response thus far has been overwhelming.  Many people are donating well more than they needed to, while others have let us know that without the flexibility that the “pay what you want” structure provides, they wouldn’t have been able to submit.  “And I’d add a thank you to EVERY writer who has submitted their work thus far, whether they…

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BULL PEN: 06 June 2016

Now accepting your manuscript submissions! →SUBMIT← I took off last week for the Memorial Day Holiday but now I’m back with the latest and greatest in news from the greater Bull City.  Our summer Open Reading Period gets underway starting today; Anna Ross’ Figuring has gone on sale; awards have been awarded, poems have been published, and Ross White himself will be reading this month. All this and more in this week’s BULL PEN! –Noah Stetzer //I was 26 and belly-flat on…

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Bull Pen: 9 May 2016

Great news to share this week in our latest installment of the Bull Pen: where we bring together some of the achievements and publications of the literary citizens of the Bull City. –Noah Stetzer   Liz Ahl, regular participant in The Grind Daily Writing Series, has work appearing at A Dozen Nothing. Arisa White, contributor to Another & Another: An Anthology from the Grind Daily Writing Series, participates in the James Tate tribute at Bat City Review. Ross White, executive director here at…

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Bull Pen: 2 May 2016

PRE-ORDER ANNA ROSS’ FIGURING FOR $10! Editor’s Selection in the 2015 Frost Place Chapbook Competition. Coming soon!  ORDER NOW. Welcome to the Bull Pen where each week we gather the latest and greatest news about the literary citizens of Bull City! –Noah Stetzer Tiana Clark, the 2016 Frost Place Chapbook Competition winner with Equilibrium (due out summer 2016), has two poems featured in Tinderbox Poetry Journal. Chloe Honum, the editors selection from the 2016 Frost Place Chapbook Competition with Then Winter (to be released in early 2017) has work archived at From the…

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BULL PEN: 28 November 2016

→only $10 until December 5 Through biography, fairy tale, and history, Tommye Blount’s debut chapbook What Are We Not For redraws the fatherland of manhood as a territory beyond whose borders tenderness and cruelty fight for space. The men and boys in these poems are transformed into instruments of pleasure and of destruction, worshipped artifacts and disfigured toys, victims and assailants. Shipping December 6, What Are We Not For moves its reader toward caustic longing, the hope that danger and risk promise. Welcome to the…

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