Submissions

 

Contribute your Work to Virgogray Press

Thank you for considering Virgogray Press for the publication of your work. At Virgogray, we take great pride in what we do and the vision of the artist and the fruit of finished projects. Promoting poetry, literacy and literature is a facet of the publishing business we are grateful to participate in. Forming community among artists and readers is what sharing your work is all about and the writers at Virgogray reflect that. We look forward to reading your manuscript and seeing what you have to offer the world.


 

SUBMIT TO THE CARCINOGENIC POETRY REVIEW

The Carcinogenic Poetry Review is currently seeking submissions of poetry from writers of the continental United States. Send up to five previously unpublished poems. Simultaneous submissions are not accepted, and will disqualify an entire submission.  Please allow one to three months for response. Please include a brief bio (subject to editing), contact info and mailing address all in the body of the e-mail. Mark subject box: CPReview / (last name).

Published writers will receive one copy in which their work appears and receive a discount on additional copies, as well as on a subscription discount to the Carcinogenic Poetry Review.

E-mail: michael.aaron.casares@gmail.com

 

SUBMIT TO THE VGP LITERATE

The VGP Literate publishes new poetry and is featured on the Virgogray Press blog. Send up to two previously unpublished poems. Simultaneous submissions are not accepted and will disqualify an entire submission. Please allow up to four weeks for response. Please include a brief bio (subject to editing), as well as your contact info and address. Include all in the body of the text. Mark subject box: VGP Literate / (last name).

E-mail: michael.aaron.casares@gmail.com.

 

REVIEW OUR BOOKS

Virgogray Press is currently seeking credited writers to read and review our work. We are open to all types of critique and review. Those interested in reviewing our titles will receive a free .pdf file via e-mail. Should VGP decide to publish your review on our website, we will send you a copy of the title you reviewed. We cannot offer monetary pay, but do hope to gain a perspective from the literary world and our peers. The following is a list of books currently available for review:


NO FEAR
by Doctori Sadisco
In the Broken Things by Gillian Prew
Vegas Implosions by Chris D’Errico
By the Banks of the Ajoy Jaideb Vanishes into the Blue by Subhankar Das
Elektra’s Mouth by Suzi Kaplan Olmsted
Elephants I Didn’t Ride by Peter Marti
Sinister Splashplay by David S. Pointer
Ministry of Kybosh by Chris D’Errico
Beneath our Feet by Mary Harrison

Please enclose a cover letter, brief bio and physical mailing address. Let us know which title you are interested in reviewing. There is a limit of two titles per submission. We look forward to hearing from those interested in dissecting the art of writing, an effort to grow the layers of understanding in the literature we present.

E-mail: michael.aaron.casares@gmail.com
Subject: (bookreview/lastname) 

 

 

 

VIRGOGRAY PRESS IS CURRENTLY NOT ACCEPTING UNSOLICITED FULL-LENGTH POETRY MANUSCRIPTS. THANKS FOR YOUR INTEREST.

 

 


* All material submitted and selected for publication may be subject to editing and/or additional changes. You understand that by submitting and/or engaging Virgogray Press and its representatives in the submission process that, should your work be accepted for pubication, your work is subject to reprint and/or archive. All authors retain rights to their work; further consultation is considered during the publication process. Thank you again for your interest.

5 thoughts on “Submissions”

  1. Nifty and Sixty

    Sometimes I miss my old grandfather,
    For he was always there to bother.
    He’d walk with me ’til he was pooped
    And talk with me – out on the stoop.
    There was nothing he didn’t know –
    A book of knowledge from head to toe.
    He was sometimes stern and sometimes funny,
    But he always got me feeling sunny.
    If ever a grandchild climbs on my knee,
    I hope I’m the grandpa he’d like me to be.

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