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Presses with Open Readings for Full-Length Poetry Manuscripts

Below is a list of presses with open readings for full-length poetry manuscripts. Most of the listings have free open readings, but I have included some that charge a Submittable fee or a reading fee, but I do try to limit it to just free open readings. Before the pandemic, I kept it up to day, but during the pandemic I did not. 😟 From now on, I will try to keep this list up to date.

Press with Open Reading for Full-Length Poetry Manuscripts

All the Time Open Readings (Updated 7-21-2022.)

January Open Readings (Checked and updated 1-3-20.)
February Open Readings
  • Astrophil Press (University of South Dakota. Open reading period has changed. No known dates.)
  • BkMk Press (February 1 through June 30. Process begins with a sample of 10 pages of poetry. See guidelines. . . . “BkMk Press is not accepting open submissions at this time. We will make an announcement here when we are able to consider new work” as of 5-25-2022.)
  • Broken Sleep Books (“We particularly wish to encourage more working-class writers, LGBTQ+, and BAME writers to submit.” January 1 through February 28)
  • Canarium Books
  • CavanKerry Press (For Laurel Books, Emerging Voices, and Notable Voices imprint only. $20 reading fee.)
  • Cherry Castle Publishing (February 5 to March 5.)
  • ELJ Publications (February 1 to April 1. $5.)
  • Galileo Press (Ends 3-1-19. An imprint of Free State Review.)
  • Inside the Castle (January 1 to March 1. Closed in 2022.)
  • McSweeney’s Books (“Submissions are currently closed. We don’t have an exact date when they’ll reopen, but we’d suggest checking back in a few months. Thank you for considering McSweeney’s. (3/1/20).” This message still appears on 5-25-2022.)
  • Milk and Cake Press (January 1, 2020, to April 30, 2020.)
  • Panhandler Books
  • Terrapin Books (January 24 to February 28, 2020 and August 1 to August 31. $12.)
March Open Readings
  • Astrophil Press (University of South Dakota. Open reading period has changed. No known dates.)
  • BkMk Press (February 1 through June 30. Process begins with a sample of 10 pages of poetry. See guidelines. . . . “BkMk Press is not accepting open submissions at this time. We will make an announcement here when we are able to consider new work” as of 5-25-2022.)
  • CavanKerry Press (For Laurel Books, Emerging Voices, and Notable Voices imprint only. $20 reading fee.)
  • Cherry Castle Publishing (February 5 to March 5.)
  • Cormorant Books. (“Publishes writers who are both Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada.” March 1 – April 15, 2020.)
  • ELJ Publications (February 1 to April 1. $5.)
  • Galileo Press (Ends 3-1-19. An imprint of Free State Review.)
  • Glass Lyre Press (. March 15 to April 31. $15 reading fee. Checked 1-3-20.)
  • Gold Wake Press (Open reading begins March 1. There is no specified end date. Next open reading begins September 1 with no specified end date. Checked 10-10-2022.)
  • Inside the Castle (January 1 to March 1. Closed in 2022.)
  • McSweeney’s Books (“Submissions are currently closed. We don’t have an exact date when they’ll reopen, but we’d suggest checking back in a few months. Thank you for considering McSweeney’s. (3/1/20).” This message still appears on 5-25-2022.)
  • Milk and Cake Press (January 1, 2020, to April 30, 2020.)
  • Panhandler Books
  • Sibling Rivalry Press (March 1 – June 1. . . . “After a decade of disturbance, we’re hitting pause on our annual open-submission period. Watch this space or follow our social media accounts, and we’ll let you know when we open for submissions again.” This message appears on 5-25-2022.)
  • University Press of Kentucky: New Poetry and Prose Series. (Begin with query. March 15 – May 15. “There are presently no open calls for submissions.” Checked 5-25-2022.)
  • The Waywiser Press (“Authors who have published two or more previous collections of poems.” March 1 – July 1.)
April Open Readings (last checked and updated 4-2-18)
  • Astrophil Press (University of South Dakota. Open reading period has changed. No known dates.)
  • Barefoot Muse Press (April 1 – April 30. “Poems should demonstrate an allegiance to meter/form.”)
  • BkMk Press (February 1 through June 30. Process begins with a sample of 10 pages of poetry. See guidelines. . . . “BkMk Press is not accepting open submissions at this time. We will make an announcement here when we are able to consider new work” as of 5-25-2022.)
  • Close-Up Books (April 30 to July 30. “Close-Up Books is currently on hiatus as of February 2021.”)
  • Cormorant Books. (“Publishes writers who are both Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada.” March 1 – April 15, 2020.)
  • Glass Lyre Press (. March 15 to April 31. $15 reading fee. Checked 1-3-20.)
  • McSweeney’s Books (“Submissions are currently closed. We don’t have an exact date when they’ll reopen, but we’d suggest checking back in a few months. Thank you for considering McSweeney’s. (3/1/20).” This message still appears on 5-25-2022.)
  • Milk and Cake Press (January 1, 2020, to April 30, 2020.)
  • New Rivers Press
  • Octopus Books
  • Panhandler Books
  • Sibling Rivalry Press (March 1 – June 1. . . . “After a decade of disturbance, we’re hitting pause on our annual open-submission period. Watch this space or follow our social media accounts, and we’ll let you know when we open for submissions again.” This message appears on 5-25-2022.)
  • University Press of Kentucky: New Poetry and Prose Series. (Begin with query. March 15 – May 15. “There are presently no open calls for submissions.” Checked 5-25-2022.)
  • The Waywiser Press (“Authors who have published two or more previous collections of poems.” March 1 – July 1.)
  • Willow Books
  • Woodley Press (“Woodley Press strives to publish books by Kansans or books that focus on Kansas.”)
  • YesYes Books (April 1 – May 15. $22. “There are presently no open calls for submissions” as of 5-25-2022.)
May Open Readings (Checked and updated 5-25-2022)
  • Able Muse Press (May 1 to July 15.)
  • BkMk Press (February 1 through June 30. Process begins with a sample of 10 pages of poetry. See guidelines. . . . “BkMk Press is not accepting open submissions at this time. We will make an announcement here when we are able to consider new work” as of 5-25-2022.)
  • Close-Up Books (April 30 to July 30. “Close-Up Books is currently on hiatus as of February 2021.”)
  • The Elephants ($15. May 1 to June 30.)
  • McSweeney’s Books (“Submissions are currently closed. We don’t have an exact date when they’ll reopen, but we’d suggest checking back in a few months. Thank you for considering McSweeney’s. (3/1/20).” This message still appears on 5-25-2022.)
  • New Rivers Press (“General Submissions are temporarily on hiatus” as of 5-25-2022.)
  • Ninebark Press (“As of March 2020, Ninebark Press is on hiatus.” Checked on 5-25-2022.)
  • Sibling Rivalry Press (March 1 – June 1. . . . “After a decade of disturbance, we’re hitting pause on our annual open-submission period. Watch this space or follow our social media accounts, and we’ll let you know when we open for submissions again.” This message appears on 5-25-2022.)
  • Sundress Publications ($13 reading fee.)
  • Unicorn Press (May 1 to June 30.)
  • University Press of Kentucky: New Poetry and Prose Series. (Begin with query. March 15 – May 15. “There are presently no open calls for submissions.” Checked 5-25-2022.)
  • The Waywiser Press (“Authors who have published two or more previous collections of poems.” March 1 – July 1.)
  • Willow Books
  • YesYes Books (April 1 – May 15. $22. “There are presently no open calls for submissions” as of 5-25-2022.)
June Open Readings (Checked and updated 6-1-2022)
  • Airlie Press (June 1 to July 31. Pacific Northwest poets.)
  • Able Muse Press (May 1 to July 15.)
  • BkMk Press (February 1 through June 30. Process begins with a sample of 10 pages of poetry. See guidelines. . . . “BkMk Press is not accepting open submissions at this time. We will make an announcement here when we are able to consider new work” as of 5-25-2022.)
  • Black Lawrence Press
  • Close-Up Books (April 30 to July 30. “Close-Up Books is currently on hiatus as of February 2021.”)
  • Four Way Books ($30 reading fee. June 1-30.)
  • McSweeney’s Books (“Submissions are currently closed. We don’t have an exact date when they’ll reopen, but we’d suggest checking back in a few months. Thank you for considering McSweeney’s. (3/1/20).” This message is still there on 6-1-2022.)
  • Red Hen Press 
  • River River Press (June 1 – July 31. “Pay-what-you-can reading fee.”)
  • Sibling Rivalry Press (March 1 – June 1. . . . “After a decade of disturbance, we’re hitting pause on our annual open-submission period. Watch this space or follow our social media accounts, and we’ll let you know when we open for submissions again.” This message appears on 5-25-2022.)
  • Sundress Publications (June 1 – August 31. $13 reading fee.)
  • Unicorn Press (May 1 to June 30.)
  • The Waywiser Press (“We regret we cannot consider submissions from authors who have published two or more previous collections of poems.” March 1 – July 1.)
  • Willow Books
July Open Readings (Checked and updated 7-1-2022 through 7-25-2022)
August Open Reading (Checked and updated 8-1-22)
  • Cavan Kerry Press (“‘Pay what you can’ structure, with $10, $18, and $25 options.”)
  • Deerbrook Editions (“Suspended until further notice. . . . The normal reading period is August 1 to October 1.”)
  • The Emma Press (July 18 through August 14)
  • FutureCycle Press (They read July through September.)
  • Gasher Press (Not sure when it opened, but it closes on August 31)
  • Kore Press (Currently closed.)
  • Lummox Press (July 1 to August 31. Begin with query.)
  • Mayapple Press (Currently closed to submissions.)
  • McSweeney’s Books (“Submissions are currently closed. We don’t have an exact date when they’ll reopen, but we’d suggest checking back in a few months. Thank you for considering McSweeney’s. (3/1/20).” This message still appears on 5-25-2022.)
  • Rose Metal Press (“We are not currently accepting manuscripts or manuscript queries. . . . and plan to have a submission period in 2023.”)
  • The Song Cave (“We are not taking submissions at this time.”)
  • Sundress Publications (June 1 – August 31. $13 reading fee.)
  • Terrapin Books (January 24 to February 28 and August 1 to August 31. $12.)
  • Tupelo Press (July 1 to August 31. $30 open reading fee.)
  • University of Pittsburgh Press (August 1 to September 20. Pitt Poetry Series. For poets who have previously published a poetry book.
September Open Readings (Checked and updated 9-11-2022)
  • Bat Cat Press (“We welcome the submission of complete manuscripts throughout the year. We read in the fall (September-December) and typically send out accept/decline letters in December and January.” . . . They plan to reopen “in the 2022/2023 school year.” )
  • Black Ocean (They are currently accepting “submissions of poetry by BIPOC authors.” September 9 to October 15.)
  • Deerbrook Editions (“Suspended until further notice. . . . The normal reading period is August 1 to October 1.”)
  • FutureCycle Press (They read July through September.)
  • Kore Press (Currently closed.)
  • McSweeney’s Books (“Submissions are currently closed. We don’t have an exact date when they’ll reopen, but we’d suggest checking back in a few months. Thank you for considering McSweeney’s. (3/1/20).” This message still appears on 9-11-2022.)
  • Sidebrow Books (Currently closed. “Sign up for our mailing list to be notified of our next reading period.”)
  • Tarpaulin Sky Press (“Will open soon. Please join out mailing list to be notified.”)
  • University of Pittsburgh Press (August 1 to September 20. Pitt Poetry Series. For poets who have previously published a poetry book.)
October Open Readings (Checked and updated 10-20-2022)
  • Bat Cat Press (“We welcome the submission of complete manuscripts throughout the year. We read in the fall (September-December) and typically send out accept/decline letters in December and January.” . . . They plan to reopen “in the 2022/2023 school year.” )
  • Black Ocean (They are currently accepting “submissions of poetry by BIPOC authors.” September 9 to October 15.)
  • Carnegie Mellon University Press (They plan to reopen in October 2023.)
  • co-im-press (“Likes works in translation that are strange, transgressive, visceral-mystical, or “unpublishable” through traditional means.”)
  • Counterpath (Begin with a query and a short sample.)
  • Deerbrook Editions (“Suspended until further notice. . . . The normal reading period is August 1 to October 1.”)
  • El Balazo Press
  • Gold Wake Press (Open reading begins March 1. There is no specified end date. Next open reading begins September 1 with no specified end date. Checked 10-10-2022.)
  • Jacar Press: The New Voices Series ($15)
  • Kore Press (Currently closed.)
  • McSweeney’s Books (“Submissions are currently closed. We don’t have an exact date when they’ll reopen, but we’d suggest checking back in a few months. Thank you for considering McSweeney’s. (3/1/20).” This message still appears on 10-10-2022.)
  • Milkweed Editions (“Milkweed Editions is not currently open to unsolicited submissions. We will make an announcement via our newsletter and update this page if plans change.”)
  • Sidebrow Books (Currently closed. “Sign up for our mailing list to be notified of our next reading period.”)
  • Tavern Books: The Wrolstad Contemporary Series ($15 reading fee. “The Wrolstad Contemporary Poetry Series is only open to female poets aged 40 years or younger. Entrants must be US citizens.” October 1 to January 15.)
November Open Readings (Checked and updated 11-14-18)
  • Bat Cat Press “We welcome the submission of complete manuscripts throughout the year. We read in the fall (September-December) and typically send out accept/decline letters in December and January.” . . . They plan to reopen “in the 2022/2023 school year.” )
  • Black Lawrence Press
  • Copper Canyon Press (Our open reading period is currently closed. We will reopen for submissions in Fall 2023.)
  • McSweeney’s Books (“Submissions are currently closed. We don’t have an exact date when they’ll reopen, but we’d suggest checking back in a few months. Thank you for considering McSweeney’s. (3/1/20).” This message still appears on 5-25-2022.)
  • Tavern Books: The Wrolstad Contemporary Series ($15 reading fee. “The Wrolstad Contemporary Poetry Series is only open to female poets aged 40 years or younger. Entrants must be US citizens.” October 1 to January 15.)
  • WordTech Communications (Includes the following imprints Cherry Grove Collections, CW Books, David Robert Books, Turning Point, Word Press, and WordTech Editions.)
December Open Readings
  • Bat Cat Press (“We welcome the submission of complete manuscripts throughout the year. We read in the fall (September-December) and typically send out accept/decline letters in December and January.” . . . They plan to reopen “in the 2022/2023 school year.” )
  • Brick Road Poetry Press (75-100 pages. December 1, 2019 – January 31, 2020.)
  • Future Poem Books (December 1 through January 15.)
  • Green Lantern Press (December 1 through January 30.)
  • Tavern Books: The Wrolstad Contemporary Series ($25 reading fee. “The Wrolstad Contemporary Poetry Series is only open to female poets aged 40 years or younger. Entrants must be US citizens.” October 1 to January 15.)
  • Tinderbox Editions (December 1-7 fee-free open reading period. December 1 – January 30 $22 donation period.)
  • WordTech Communications (Includes the following imprints Cherry Grove Collections, CW Books, David Robert Books, Turning Point, Word Press, and WordTech Editions. Closes December 15.)

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More to come.

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Ultimate Update: October 10, 2022

  • Removed from October:
    • boost house
    • Orison Books

Penultimate Update: September 11, 2022

  • Added University of Pittsburgh Press to August
  • Removed from September, October, and November: Arktori Books

Antepenultimate update: August 1 2022:

  • Added to All the Open Readings: co•im•press
  • Removed from August:
    • Arktori Books
    • Spork Press
    • Spring Gun Press
    • Willow Books

Preantepenultimate update: 7-1-2022 through 7-25-2022:

  • Added to All the Time Open Readings:
    • Arteidolia Press
    • Blue Figure Press
    • Grieveland
    • Moon Tide Press
    • Wood & Water Press
    • Querencia Press
  • Added to July:
    • Bad Betty Press
    • Belle Point Press
    • The Emma Press
    • Gasher Press
  • Added to August:
    • Sundress Publications
    • Tupelo Press
    • The Emma Press
    • Gasher Press
  • Added to October Open Readings:
    • Jacar Press: The New Voices series
    • Terrapin Books
  • Removed
    • Harpoon Books from July, August, September, October, November, and December
    • Lynx House Press from July
    • Short Flight/Long Drive Books from July
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199 presses that print paperback and/or hardcover poetry books.
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67 Responses to “Presses with Open Readings for Full-Length Poetry Manuscripts”


  1. June 17, 2012 at 7:59 am

    Thanks so much for posting this!

  2. December 30, 2012 at 4:01 am

    I would like to add the following to your small indie press http://www.freewebs.com/lapwingpoetry/ They will have been publishing chapbooks and collections for 25 years in 2013

  3. February 5, 2013 at 7:06 pm

    This is so great. Thanks for compiling it! As a writer this is great info. As a publisher I want to add our reading period for SpringGun Press if that’s okay? We read for poetry books of any length in English (translations welcome) during July and August: http://www.springgunpress.com/submit If you want to add us. Thanks!

  4. March 30, 2013 at 12:41 pm

    could you add us – Blue Lyra Review (bluelyrareview.com) – we have review in title and are looking for work from jan 1 to Sept 30

  5. 12 Winston Watson
    June 7, 2013 at 2:53 pm

    Seriously, what a terrific resource this is. Many thanks for sharing your work!

  6. 15 Lenora Good
    June 11, 2013 at 11:35 am

    Thank you very much for the work, effort, and most valuable information! I have shared your link. Wonderful!

  7. July 2, 2013 at 12:13 pm

    Brooklyn Arts Press reads in June.

  8. July 2, 2013 at 10:52 pm

    Hello, Good People. Just a note that Black Lawrence Press also has open reading periods during the month of November. Thanks for your good work!

    Sincerely,
    Diane Goettel
    Executive Editor, Black Lawrence Press

  9. 21 Carla Drysdale
    July 6, 2013 at 9:47 am

    Wow. Great information–thanks for your hard work in compiling this list!! Best, Carla Drysdale

  10. July 24, 2013 at 12:19 pm

    Hello, FutureCycle Press (www.futurecycle.org) reads individual poetry collections (full-length and chapbook) year round. Reading fee $15.

  11. September 28, 2013 at 4:32 am

    There’s Red Squirrel Press too – open all the time and no reading fee.

    http://www.redsquirrelpress.com/

  12. June 25, 2014 at 8:00 pm

    Choose the Sword Press has open readings (no charge) and we also sometimes have contests with a small reading fee.

    http://www.ctspress.com

  13. July 1, 2014 at 11:35 am

    Orange Monkey Publishing is open to readings year round. Small fee (a book or $10).

  14. August 2, 2014 at 8:46 pm

    Hi!
    Wanted to send my sincere thanks for this list. You’ve saved time. That is always an accomplishment worth applauding.

    Curious to know if you’d be open to the idea of adding a few progressive and prominent literary journals to this list? I couldn’t help but notice a few of my favorite publications are missing!

    Thank you,
    TLC

    • August 3, 2014 at 7:15 pm

      Hi, Tori. Thanks for the kind words.

      As for the journals, this list consists of book publishers who publish poetry books and have open readings for full-length poetry manuscripts, so I wouldn’t be listing any journals here, unless they also publish books. If you know of other book publishers with open readings for full-length poetry manuscripts, please share them with me, and I’ll be happy to post them.

      Thanks.

      Find Beauty,
      :^)>

  15. 34 Charles W. Brice
    August 31, 2014 at 3:04 pm

    What a wonderful gift you have given us.

  16. October 6, 2014 at 4:34 pm

    I just wanted to mention that Kudzu House Quarterly (environmental writing) has an open reading period for chapbooks from August 1st-February 1st. http://quarterly.kudzuhouse.org/

  17. 36 Mongrel Empire Press
    October 28, 2014 at 9:15 pm

    Please add Mongrel Empire Press. Open year round. Our submission info can be found here: http://www.mongrelempire.org/about.html

  18. March 7, 2015 at 6:54 am

    Can you please correct your spelling of Bloodaxe Books (no capital A – named after the Viking king Erik Bloodaxe). Thank you.

  19. May 19, 2015 at 2:34 pm

    Reblogged this on Nancy White's Poetry Blog and commented:
    This is a wonderful resource, just forwarded to me by my good friend Marilyn McCabe. It takes so long to do this kind of research, and it’s pure gold when someone who does it then goes on to share it. Thank you, Tom Holmes!

  20. October 2, 2015 at 10:21 am

    Hi,

    Could you please add Platypus Press (http://platypuspress.co.uk) to this list? we are a small press and are open all the time to reading poetry collections.

    Thanks 🙂

  21. 44 Tracy
    March 31, 2016 at 6:13 am

    Milkweed seems to have been closed for submissions for at least a year or two. I’ve checked back a number of times and the website always says something like “closed until we respond to all the manuscripts we currently have.” FYI. Thanks for compiling this!

  22. June 3, 2016 at 7:39 am

    Reblogged this on Trish Hopkinson and commented:
    This is the mother of all poetry book presses with open readings! Note, some of these do have reading fees and submission fees. But if you are shopping for a poetry book publisher, this gives you plenty to research so you can choose those are the a good fit for your book and for your goals as a poet. Special thanks to Tom Holmes for compiling this list! Also, don’t miss the links to his other lists for poetry contests in his description at the top.

  23. 47 Moriah Pearson
    June 4, 2016 at 6:52 pm

    Choose the Sword Press has open readings year around (no charge) for poetry chapbooks & full-length poetry books. We also sometimes have contests with a small reading fee. We focus mainly on publishing minority voices, & the guidelines for submitting can be found on our submittable:

    https://choosethesword.submittable.com/submit

    Other links:

    http://ctspress.com/new/submit/

    http://ctspress.com/new

  24. 49 Moriah Pearson
    June 4, 2016 at 6:54 pm

    Choose the Sword Press reads submissions year around (no charge) for poetry chapbooks & full-length poetry books. We focus mainly on publishing minority voices, & the guidelines for submitting can be found on our submittable:

    https://choosethesword.submittable.com/submit

    Other links:

    http://ctspress.com/new/submit/

    http://ctspress.com/new

  25. August 21, 2016 at 5:06 pm

    Blessings be upon your head. Thank you. Thank you. Thanl you. What a generous heart you have. 🙂

  26. July 28, 2017 at 3:19 pm

    Can you please add this to your list?
    lostalphabet.com/poetry

  27. August 19, 2018 at 7:42 pm

    Fantastic resource for writers! Thank you so much for sharing, friend.

    Over at Half Mystic Press, we read full-length poetry manuscripts year-round, with no reading fee: http://halfmystic.com/manuscripts

  28. November 17, 2018 at 5:32 pm

    In January 2019, SurVision Books (Dublin, Ireland) will have an open submissions period for poetry manuscripts (chapbooks and collections) by poets born on the island of Ireland, or current and long-term residents there. There won’t be any submission fees for such manuscripts, and the window for submissions will be open between 1st January and 31st January 2019. More info here: http://www.survisionmagazine.com/submissionguidelines.htm

  29. 56 blackcentipedepress
    April 15, 2020 at 3:00 pm

    Black Centipede Press will be having open submissions for manuscripts all year around. here’s the website:
    https://blackcentipedepress.com/

  30. 58 LuvSet
    January 13, 2022 at 1:21 pm

    This sort of resource is very valuable, even a year and a half after its last update. Thank you so much. If my manuscript finds a publisher because of this, I will mention the assistance provided by your project on my acknowledgments page. Last night I was rereading the manuscript — which I have been sending out since 2017 — fruitlessly paying reading fees and contest entry fees — and I was enjoying the read. That’s nice. One starts to internalize the rejection — of course these were rejected, they can’t be any good — but as a regular reader of poetry I know there are all kinds of poems and I don’t like a lot of them, yet the person who published ’em must love ’em (then there’s the poet!) — so I look at your list with some hope that there’s a book publisher out there who might share my (weird?) tastes. By now most of the poems in the manuscript have found a magazine to settle into; finding a book publisher is just harder.


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