The Emma Press Seeks Poems about
Myths and Legends for Children
The Emma Press has launched an open call for poems about myths and legends for an anthology aimed at children, publishing in spring 2015. The independent publisher is looking for poems which ‘tell myths and legends in fresh, engaging ways, and which give new spins to old stories and characters.’
The book will be edited by Rachel Piercey (Newdigate Prize, 2008) and Emma Wright, who have collaborated previously on The Emma Press Anthology of Mildly Erotic Verse, A Poetic Primer for Love and Seduction and The Emma Press Anthology of Motherhood and Fatherhood.
Publisher Emma Wright said: ‘This will be our first children’s book, and we’re very excited about reaching a new audience of writers as well as readers. I’ll be interested to see which stories poets choose and how they approach writing for children. I grew…
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