C&R Press is open for full length manuscripts in all categories for our 2017-18 catalog. Novels, poetry, short story collections, creative non-fiction, memoir, experimental and hybrid work. 

C&R Press submissions are open for our Summer Tide Pool Chapbook alongside our call for a new anthology. 

C&R Press is engaging more than ever in our community, seeking diverse and submerged voices, hosting readings and events at festivals from the Brooklyn Book Festival and the Miami Book Festival, to Sewanee and the Texas Book Festival, to off-site gatherings at AWP. 

C&R has never held a formal reading period. We accept work that will hold people’s attention for years to come. It’s true that not all submitted work can be taken for publication, but please know each contribution helps support our cause (we’re poets and writers, too!)—which is to celebrate and promote literature. The funds created by the reading period go toward one goal: the creation of author-friendly contract models and opportunities to market and promote essential literature. 

We look forward to seeing your work!

*Please note that for work we've classified In Progress we do not allow edits or changes to the manuscript. 

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C&R Press is open for submissions of full length manuscripts in every category for our 2017-18 catalog. Novels, poetry, short story collections, creative non-fiction, memoir, experimental and hybrid work. 

C&R publishes 12-16 books across all genres each year. 

Ends on November 1, 2016$ 10.00
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Aliens, Cyborgs, Zombies and the Ongoing Apocalypse: Sci-Fi Poems of the 21st Century and Beyond, a poetry anthology edited by Travis Denton and Katie Chaple, will appear from C&R Press early spring 2017. We encourage you to push the boundaries of what is science fiction poetry alongside classic takes of the genre—poems about monsters, altered states, alien worlds, post-apocalyptic society and much more. Send up to six poems with a current bio in one document and let us know if any of the poems have been previously published and where in a cover letter. (Previously published poems are welcome.)