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2019 Spring Titles: pre-order now!

This spring, Bull City Press is excited to bring to you three titles we think you’ll love: Harbingers, BJ Hollars In three thematically linked essays, B.J. Hollars explores what harbingers might have been present in the lives of scientist J. Robert Oppenheimer before he invented the atomic bomb and civil rights activist Medgar Evers before he was murdered. He also considers his own overlooked portents in a static-filled universe. Taken together, these stories converge toward the humbling truth that life’s…

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BULL PEN: 25 JANUARY 2016 The Blizzard Edition

In anticipation of her new book, Groundspeed (Univ of Akron Press) due in March & in honor of Winter Storm Jonas, get Emilia Phillips’ Beneath the Ice Fish Like Souls Look Alike for $5! Welcome to the Bull Pen, where each week we round up good news, including links to new poems, essays, and stories from the literary citizens of the larger Bull City!  —Noah Stetzer   TODAY: 92Y Discovery/Boston Review Contest winners receive a reading at the 92Y, publication in Boston Review, and…

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Bull Pen: 18 JANUARY 2016

Welcome to the Bull Pen, where each week we round up good news, including links to new poems, essays, and stories from the literary citizens of the larger Bull City!  —Noah Stetzer   Big congratulations to Miriam Bird Greenberg the winner of the 2015 Agnes Lynch Starrett Poetry Prize! And more congratulations are in order for Jaquira Díaz & Margaree Little who have been named the 2016-18 Kenyon Review Fellows. And EVEN MORE congratulations for Grind Daily Writing series participant, Jenny Johnson named…

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Bull Pen: 11 JANUARY 2016

Thank you to everyone who submitted manuscripts to the Fourth Annual Frost Place Chapbook Competition sponsored by Bull City Press. Welcome to the Bull Pen, where each week we round up good news, including links to new poems, essays, and stories from the literary citizens of the larger Bull City!  —Noah Stetzer The world seemed to stop last week and collectively read this earth-shattering poem,”Letter Beginning with Two Lines by Czesław Miłosz,” from Bull City alum, Matthew Olzmann. Hearty congratulations go out to…

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