Vietnam veteran Victor Henry's new chapbook, What They Wanted, is out just in time for Veterans Day. Our thoughts are with all our veterans. Our 2016 schedule for full-length, book-prize-eligible collections is full and we are now scheduling into 2017. You may still submit; we just may take a little longer than usual to get back to you. We are considering chapbook manuscripts for Fall 2016 and later. Check out our tentative publishing schedule in the Events Calendar for more of what we are working on—plus lots of free goodies for fans of poetry.
Click on the upper-right arrow of our calendar below for a list of color-coded sub-calendars. Click events for live links in the description. In the current month, enter our month-long Goodreads Giveaways of paperback books. Our Free Kindle Saturdays editions, shorthanded by author last name and title abbreviation, link to their respective Amazon pages. Note: Scheduling in later months is tentative; the schedule of forthcoming titles, especially, will change with conditions on the ground. You can copy individual events to your own calendar and sync to ours for up-to-the-minute info. How cool is that?
Are you a book reviewer or blogger wanting to interview one of our authors, an educator evaluating books for a reading list, or even a student with a term paper to write? The Reviewer Registry is meant for you. By signing up for the registry, you can freely download PDF versions of our titles (within limits) for your own personal use. (Except for limited classroom handouts, you may not disseminate the files.)
Introduced in 2013, our Good Works projects are thematically focused anthologies of individual works. No reading fee is required, and all proceeds from sales are donated to a charitable cause. (For example, FutureCycle Press was able to donate $1,387 from sales of Malala: Poems for Malala Yousafzai, guest-edited by Joseph Hutchison and Andrea L. Watson, to the Malala Fund.) See our Submission Guidelines for open projects.
Kentucky Review, a division of FutureCycle Press and one of our Good Works projects, publishes a perpetual online magazine—including videos of poets reading their work—and an annual print anthology. Editor-in-chief Robert S. King is assisted by a stellar team of associates.