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Bull City Press Summer Internships

Learn skills in editing and publishing. Bull City Press is looking for two summer interns to assist with editorial and publicity tasks from mid-to-late May until mid-August, 2018.  Start and end dates are flexible to allow students from a variety of undergraduate institutions to apply; however, recent graduates are also invited to apply. Interns are expected to spend 7-10 hours a week assisting the Executive Director and Associate Editors. This internship is unpaid. We are looking for motivated, independent young…

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Yuki Tanaka wins the 2018 Frost Place Chapbook Competition!

2018 Frost Place Chapbook Competition Winner Yuki Tanaka Yuki Tanaka of Austin, TX has won the 2018 Frost Place Chapbook Competition for his manuscript, Séance in Daylight. Tanaka receives a fellowship to the Frost Place Poetry Seminar, a $250.00 prize, and a week to live and write in the Frost Place house in Franconia, NH. Séance in Daylight will be published by Bull City Press in September, 2018. About the manuscript, judge Sandra Lim said: “Séance in Daylight is about desire, transformation, and dreams; it…

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BCP @ AWP: Tampa 2018

AWP—2018 Bull City Press Bookfair Table T-708 S I G N I N G S THURSDAY 3/8 Michael Martone, Memoranda, 9.3a-10.3a at the Bull City Press table. Tiana Clark, Equilibrium, 10.3a-11.3a at the Bull City Press table. BJ Hollars, In Defense of Monsters, 11.3a-12.3p at the Bull City Press table. Anders Carlson-Wee, Dynamite, 1p-2p at the Bull City Press table. Conor Bracken, Henry Kissinger Mon Amour, 2p-3p at the Bull City Press table. Friday 3/9 Emilia Phillips, Beneath the Ice Fish Like Souls…

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Jill Osier, winner of the 2017 Alice Fay Di Castagnola Award, returns to Bull City Press with a new chapbook. preorder:  from “These poems shine with the deep intelligence of gentleness and of a quiet, sustained concern. To read them is to  be reminded of Robert Creeley’s passionate advocacy of Hart Crane, a passion that reached crescendo in the exclamation (in a letter to Charles Olson) “Dammit, isn’t that gentle!” Here is a poet whose primary commitment is to attention,…

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2018: titles! titles! titles!

from  Jill Osier Jill Osier, winner of the 2013 Frost Place Chapbook Competition, is returning to Bull City Press with a new chapbook of poems entitled from. from will appear in hardcover in Spring 2018. Jill Osier is the author of Should Our Undoing Come Down Upon Us White (Bull City Press), winner of the 2013 Frost Place Chapbook Prize, as well as a letterpress chapbook, Bedful of Nebraskas (sunnyoutside). She was honored with the 2017 Alice Fay Di Castagnola Award for from.…

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