the Delphi Poetry Series
The Play is The Thing: Poems & Prose about the Theater
Delphi Volume 4
Ting Gou, Claire Zoghb, Erin Redfern
Delphi Volume 5 (fiction)
Diane Payne, Chella Courington, Lana Spendl
Volume One: (Feb. 15, 2016)
$13.99, 82 pages
Anna Leahy: Sharp Miracle
Karen L. George: The Fire Circle
Robert Perry Ivey: Letters to my Daughter
Volume Two: (Mar. 15, 2016)
$13.99, 82 pages
Joy Ladin: Answers to the Name “Lucky”
Jennifer Litt: Maximum Speed through Zero
Tasha Cotter: Torch
Delphi Volume 3: (Sept 17, 2016)
$13.99, 91 pgs
Aaron Bauer: Colloquy of Sparrows
Francine Rubin: City Songs
Meghan Sterling: How We Drift
What exactly is The Delphi Series?
3 chapbooks in one perfect-bound volume with emphasis on diversity but not exclusively so. Each contain three separate writers.
For more detailed information on Volume 1 and 2 of the Delphi Series, explore our press website: Blue Lyra Press.
We will look for more chapbooks in summer of 2016. We are looking for work that has a strong theme or series of linked poems (like narrative and prose but open to anything). It should be under 25 pages (exceptions may be made). While we hope to have both emerging and established poets, our goal is to have each poet in the volume gain new audiences by being exposed to the other two poets’ readers. Payment will be in books.
Currently this is being edited by Matthew Silverman, but open to having other editor(s) with connections take over.
While the submissions are currently filled and closed, you can submit to our first anthology call. We are looking for poems, flash, and essays about the theater and stage. It could be about a character from a play or a theater employee or an actor/actress or even a famous theater. Send through Submittable.
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