Coming this Winter…

Iron, Ardent:  a book of poetry. Sheila Black is the author of House of Bone, Love/Iraq (both CW Press), and Wen Kroy winner of the 2011 Orphic Prize in Poetry from Dream Horse Press. She is a co-editor with Jennifer Bartlett and Michael Northen of Beauty is a Verb: The New Poetry of Disability, (Cinco Puntos Press). She…

Oro Fino: Submissions Closed

The submission period for Oro Fino has closed.  Check back next spring for OF3.   FINE GOLD Educe Press is seeking submissions to its 2nd Annual Poetry Chapbook Competition Series, ORO FINO. Located in Montana mining country, we know the value of gold.  This Summit Valley, to the west of the Rocky Mountains, is prime territory for…

Coming this Fall…

Heterodoxologies: Essays by Matthew James Babcock Expansive, exuberant, and relentlessly eclectic, Matthew James Babcock’s debut essay collection, Heterodoxologies, mixes the long view with the quick glance to examine every abstruse angle of a life lived in the Rocky Mountain Northwest.  Those pieces long enough to change a life—ruminations on breakdancing and bullying, body dysmorphic disorder and virginity—sit…

Viewed From the Keel of a Canoe

Viewed From the Keel of a Canoe explores, in Charles Wright’s words, “language, landscape, and the idea of God.” These poems, rooted in a Southern aesthetic, weave together the violence of the rural world with the resonance of the King James Bible. Fathers and Grandfathers cut through the gothic haze to provide a vision backwards…

Home, No Home

Congratulations to Naoko Fujimoto!  Her chapbook, “Home, No Home”, has been chosen as the winner of the first annual Oro Fino Chapbook Competition.  Naoko was born and raised in Nagoya, Japan. She was an exchange student and received a B.A. and M.A. from Indiana University South Bend. “Home, No Home” is her first chapbook. There were so…

We should become intimate.   Let’s start with you giving us your email. We’ll Snapchat our digits later ;) Educe Press started in Boise, Idaho in 2014, but has found its new home in Butte, Montana.  We are looking for writing that combines the aesthetics of literary language with the pulse of genre movements, and…

jesse garon writes a love letter

jesse garon writes a love letter By Robby Nadler On January 8th, 1935, Jesse Garon Presley and his twin brother were born in Tupelo, Mississippi. Jesse was stillborn. On October 20th, 2011, a young man returned to Israel after fifteen years of self-exile. Together, these two ghosts become a travelogue passing through the Judean landscape…

General Submissions

Prose ​We accept book-length submissions of literary fiction and nonfiction, as well as short story/essay collections.  Please submit a query which addresses the scope of the work, and attach the first chapter (50 pages) or two stories/essays. Poetry ​We accept book-length submission of poetry in any style.  Please submit a cover letter and attach a…