At Folded Word we’ve been so busy lately we forgot to share the great new works we have out, as well as others quickly approaching the shelves.
As Folded Word has grown, its submissions queue has also grown. In fact it has grown to a point that we need more readers than our free Submittable (Submishmash) account will allow. This has led to the difficult decision to charge a reading fee beginning 1 June 2012 (at 12:01 a.m. Pacific for those thinking of sneaking in one last free submission).
Calling all poets with spring fever! Folded Word is hosting a virtual garden show on the unFold blog and Twitter stream in May. This will be a juried show, judged in two stages:
Stage 1 = acceptance into the show
Stage 2 = selection of one Best of Show winner and three Honorable Mentions.
The Folded Word editorial team is thrilled to announce that the following works published by Folded Word in 2010/2011 have been nominated for Best of the Net:
The Folded Word editorial team is thrilled to announce that the following works published by Folded Word in 2011 have been nominated for a Pushcart Prize: Mel Bosworth: “I Fixed” in FREIGHT Nora Nadjarian: “Breadcrumbs” in GIRL, WOLF, BONES Julie Corbett: “Colours of Honey”… Continue Reading “Pushcart 2011 Nominees”
In case you missed it, Folded Word has announced the closing of PicFic and the start of some new fun projects. Wondering what’s going on? Go here for the post! Also, we updated our submissions page to reflect the change. Cheers!
Hi. Meant to write sooner, but you know how it is. Should have mentioned that unFold took a Twitter break after Santosh Kalwar’s “Malignancy” ran on June 1, but we didn’t want to worry you. Anyway, it’s all good — kept posting on the blog… Continue Reading “unFold Update”
If you’ve been keeping up with Folded Word, you might have noticed a few changes that have been underway over the past few months. Our first novel has launched, we’ve brought on an Art Director, and we expanded our chapbook line to include a Green Edition–just to name a few. Today we are announcing yet another change.
At long last, the wait is over. FREIGHT is HERE! And to celebrate, we’ll be posting our favorite quotes from the book throughout the day on Twitter.