Brain Mill Press To Publish the Bare Lit ’16 Anthology

Brain Mill Press To Publish the Bare Lit ’16 Anthology

The anthology will feature fiction, poetry, and graphic novel work from Bare Lit ’16 participants, published to support Bare Lit, a UK literary festival focused entirely on writers of colour to highlight the amazing work being produced by Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic writers.

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Badger Is Here!

Stay up all night. Brain Mill Press is happy to announce the release of C.M. McKenna’s Badger.

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2015 Mineral Point Chapbook Series Poets

Brain Mill Press and Kiki Petrosino are happy to announce the four upcoming chapbooks of poems in the Mineral Point Chapbook Series. The authors of the selected chapbooks a $250.00 honorarium, a literary contract with royalties, a first-edition print run, and worldwide ebook distribution of their chapbooks.

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Driftless Unsolicited Novella Contest Winners

Brain Mill Press is excited to announce the winners of the Driftless Unsolicited Novella Contest. The three winning authors receive a $250.00 cash prize, a literary contract with royalties, a first-edition print run, and worldwide ebook distribution of their novellas.

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LOVE IS LOVE

“Their hope is not to be condemned to live in loneliness, excluded from one of civilization’s oldest institutions. They ask for equal dignity in the eyes of the law. The constitution grants them that right.”

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The Dark Space Releases!

One and half years ago, Mary Ann went to a party that was terrible, except that she was told a fragment of a fragment of lore, and then she told Ruthie, and then that fragment of a fragment, over the weeks of a dark fall, became a book.

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Brain Mill Press Celebrates Poetry Month 2015 Winning Poets

Elizabeth Berry is our 2015 overall winner of Brain Mill Press Celebrates Poetry Month events. Her poems, On Growing Up, submitted to the WORK event, and Stars in the Sky, submitted to the LOVE OR FEAR event, are arresting for their authority, the intensity of their anger at where the women they speak of find themselves, honed with plain language and sharp metaphor.

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