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The Saboteur Awards 2016

Posted on April 06, 2016 by Emily Tate | 0 comments

Nominations are now open for this year's Saboteur Awards and you can make yours here.

We're very proud that previous winners of Most Innovative Publisher have included our very own Penned in the Margins and Nine Arches Press, as well as many of our publishers' authors winning or being in close contention for top-spot in other categories!

You will have to make a nomination for at least three out of the twelve categories in order for your nominations to go forwards and these are:

Most Innovative Publisher
Best Spoken Word Show
Best Spoken Word Performer
Best Spoken Word Regular Night
Best Wildcard
Best Collaborative Work
Best Poetry Pamphlet
Best Anthology
Best Novella
Best Reviewer Of Literature
Best Magazine
Best Short Story Collection

Nominations are open until 24th April 2016, with shortlists for all categories being announced on 1st May 2016, when voting will begin until 24th May 2016.

The '...and the winner is.....' announcements will be made in London, at Vout-O-Reenees on 27th May 2016.

For all the detail on the how, what, why, where and when, click here and get your nominations in!

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Independent publishers on the books they enjoyed and envied in 2015

Posted on December 22, 2015 by Rebecca Robinson | 0 comments

The Guardian today asked independent publishers about the books that made their year, the books that deserved to do better and the books they wished they published. Tom Chivers from Penned in the Margins and Charles Boyle from CB editions both took part and with Tom wishing he'd published Steve Ely’s Englaland, from Smokestack Books, it was an Inpress triple threat!

Read the whole article here.

 

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Nemici: New from The Enemies Project

Posted on October 26, 2015 by Rebecca Robinson | 0 comments

Continuing the work first catalogued in Enemies, published by Penned in the Margins, SJ Fowler brings us Nemici, an, "ambitious celebration of contemporary Italian & British poetry and art."

Pairing up British and Italian poets from across Europe to produce new collaborative works in a variety of poetic and artistic forms, The Nemici project will culminate in a performace at the Rich Mix Arts Centre on November the 7th. 

Entry is free, with full details of the project available here.

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