Created by a group of graduate students in 2010, Gold Line Press / Ricochet Editions aims to promote the work of emerging poets and fiction writers, as well as to promote / elevate the chapbook form. The Gold Line Press / Ricochet Editions editorial board does not adhere to any specific aesthetic approach. We seek out voices that deserve to be heard by a larger audience, whether those voices speak in formal or experimental verse and prose.
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University of Southern California
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Gold Line Press aims to promote the work of emerging poets and fiction writers, as well as to promote / elevate the chapbook.
Recent Awards Received
Natalie Peeterse, "Black Birds : Blue Horse" - Awarded the Artist's Innovation Award from The Montana Arts Council (2014)
We do not take unsolicited submissions. If you are interested in having Gold Line publish your chapbook, you must submit to our annual competition. (See website for details)
Simultaneous submissions accepted
From 07 / 15 - 8 / 30
5 - 6 months
Gold Line Press holds annual poetry and fiction chapbook competitions, with judges who are some of the most remarkable writer (See website for details)
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