Boston friends, come see us on April 30 (this Saturday!) for the 2016 Mass Poetry Festival!
At 12:15, founding editors, Carissa Halston and Randolph Pfaff, will be part of a panel called Small Press, Big Love.
As the publishing landscape transforms, and the writing population expands, the role of small presses is becoming increasingly more significant. Join us as we talk with the founding editors of three independent presses about the kind of work they’re looking for; the relationships they cultivate with their authors during the revision and publication process; their innovative strategies for getting poetry out in the world; and the ways they’re actively working to increase diversity.
We’ll be talking alongside Liz Kay and Jen Lambert of Spark Wheel Press, and Enzo Silon Surin of Central Square Press. Also, the panel will be moderated by apt contributor, Danielle Jones-Pruett!
And if you can’t make the panel, worry not—we’ll be selling copies of apt, Underlife and Portico, They Used to Dance on Saturday Nights, and Afforded Permanence at the Small Press and Literary Fair! Stop by and see us!