UK indie press Indigo Dreams Publishing is seeking submissions of poems for the above anthology, in aid of the League Against Cruel Sports. Poems should be on one of the three themes: Cruel sports in their various forms; Wildlife/the natural world; Environment. The anthology editor is Ronnie Goodyer, who is poet-in-residence at the League Against Cruel Sports. Send up to two poems by the deadline of 31 March 2022. Full details here.
UK indie publisher Renard Press is currently open to submissions. They are interested in a wide range, from literary fiction to poetry. More details here.
Lemon Peel Press
Thanks to the fabulous Dawn Vincent for this one. Poems on disgust wanted by 20 October 2021 for the 1st pamphlet from this new indie press: http://lemonpeelpress.com/
Bad Betty wants poetry manuscripts
Bad Betty Press is an independent UK poetry publisher, funded by the Arts Council. They are currently looking for full poetry pamphlets and collections. Send up to 10 pages of a completed poetry manuscript to be considered for publication in 2021. Deadline is 31 January 2020. Full details here.
Valley Press Submission Window
Indie publisher Valley Press is open to manuscript submissions until 31 July 2018. You must buy a book from their shop before submitting – but after that, there are no costs. Full details here.
Circling Rivers for poetry collections
American indie publisher Circling Rivers publishes poetry collections. Read the full guidelines before submitting – only those who follow the guidelines will be read.
New Boutique Press
Founded in 2015, Platypus Press looks worth checking out. They are currently inviting submissions of poetry collections from single poets. Full details here:
Free Verse: The Poetry Book Fair in London 2015
For those of you based in the South of England, the Poetry Book Fair in London looks well worth a visit. (There is a poetry competition this year, but it has a fee for entry.) Visit the Fair from 10am to 4.30pm at Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, WC1R 4RL. Then go to the party from 4pm to ‘late’ at The Square Pig & Pen, 30-32 Procter Street, WC1V 6NX. The event promises free entry, free poems, readings, discussions and more than 70 publishers. Find the Fair on Twitter or Facebook.