Type Of Organization
Mission Statement / Editorial Focus
Now in our 18th year, Slate Roof Press is member-run and committed to publishing the best new voices in poetry with a focus on Massachusetts and regional poets. Each poet works with our member/master letterpress printer Ed Rayher to design their books, which feature letterpress covers, local artwork, special papers, and hand-sewn bindings. We are also focused on the collaborative process among our members. Membership requires a three-year work commitment, with an average of 8-10 hours of work per month, including a monthly business meeting. Typical member tasks include reviewing manuscripts, managing consignment accounts and mailing lists, printing and assembling books, editing and design, accounting, promotion, and readings.
Social Media Platforms Used
Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr
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Primary Editor/Contact Person
Recent Awards Received
Last 7 books have been reviewed in the Boston Globe
Richard Wollman, Susan Glass, Amanda Doster
We accept submissions during our yearly Chapbook Contest/Elyse Wolf Prize competition. Our reading fee is $10/submission with sliding scale available. We occasionally consider unsolicited manuscripts.
Accepts Unsolicited Submissions
Submission Guidelines URL
Simultaneous Submissions Accepted
2 - 3 months
annual Slate Roof Press Chapbook contest/Elyse Wolf Prize
Number Of Unpaid Staff
2 + 4-6 members
Number Of Books Published Per Year
Titles In Print
Percentage Of Above Available Digitally
Average Price Per Book
Average Price Per E-Book