Airlie Press is an Oregon based, nonprofit publishing collective. You can read an interview with Jess Lamb, one of its founding members here. Donna Henderson‘s book, The Eddy Fence, was published by Airlie and was selected as an Oregon Book Awards finalist in poetry. This fall, Airlie Press will publish books by Chris Anderson and Cecelia Hagen.
They are currently accepting manuscripts in their open call for book-length poetry manuscripts. One or two manuscripts will be selected, to be published in the fall of 2013. The deadline to submit is September 24, 2011.
More from the press:
“Airlie Press is a nonprofit poetry collective based in Oregon’s Willamette Valley. We seek manuscripts from poets who live within driving distance of the Monmouth area (where we hold our monthly meetings) and who are willing and able to commit to a three-year term of doing the shared work of running a collective press.
Each member’s book is published in the second year of his or her term. Authors have the final say about the content and presentation of their books. All profits are returned to the collective.”
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