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Green House Press

Green House Press is an independent publisher of poetry, literature, essays, and visual art as well as letters, features, and interviews with artists of all genres and backgrounds. Founded in 2017 in Northern Michigan, Green House Press aims to build cultural enthusiasm around literacy and the arts, promote the appreciation and accessibility of poetry, and publish energizing work by diverse creators worldwide.

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Support

Join us on Patreon and support the work of the Green House Collective! We offer internships, collaborate with communities, and publish great poets, writers, and artists around the world.

Library

The Green House Library is home to the complete Orange Quarterly archive in addition to a forthcoming collection of books, chapbooks, broadsides, and more from Green House Press.

Services

Green House Press offers a growing range of publishing services, including professional copyediting, transcription, and copywriting as well as manuscript consultations and team workshops. 

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Orange Quarterly

Founded in 2011 and revived in 2017, Orange Quarterly is a literary arts journal published by Green House Press featuring the best new work by emerging and established poets, writers, and artists worldwide.

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Submit

Green House Press publishes poetry, literature, essays, and visual art by creators around the world as well as letters, features, and interviews with artists of all genres and backgrounds. The Green House Poetry Prize accepts submissions annually throughout National Poetry Month, and our literary journal Orange Quarterly is published in January, April, July, and October of each year.

We are currently accepting submissions for the following categories: Orange Quarterly (poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, visual art); the Green House Blog (interviews, features, letters); and the Green House Poetry Prize (deadline: April 30, 2017). Review our category guidelines and send us your best through Submittable.


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Poetry Prize

The Green House Poetry Prize was founded the same day as Green House Press in honor of our mission to promote the appreciation and accessibility of poetry. We accept submissions annually throughout National Poetry Month (DEADLINE EXTENDED through June 30!), and we’re open to all styles.

Through Submittable, please send up to seven previously unpublished poems (written in English) in one document (totaling up to ten single-spaced pages) with each poem appearing at the top of a new page.

Simultaneous submissions are allowed, though please withdraw your work as soon as possible if it is accepted elsewhere. Simultaneous submissions to Orange Quarterly are accepted yet must also be submitted to the Green House Poetry Prize category for contest consideration.

At least one winner in addition to any finalists will be named. All will be notified via email and announced on our website in the summer. The winner(s) will receive publication in Orange Quarterly, a featured interview on the Green House Blog, recognition on social media, and $100 cash.

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Collective

Meet the Green House Collective: our team at Green House Press, OQ Crew editors, interns, and readers, plus contributors to Orange Quarterly and the Green House Blog.

Founder & Publisher: Allison Leigh

Site & Social Media Editor: Will McConnell

OQ Crew Editors Emeritus (2011-2012): Michael Mlekoday (Poetry), Amielle Major (Fiction), Jessica Petras (Creative Nonfiction), Jess Poli (Visual Art), David Kinzer (Blog), Lidia Becker (Design)

OQ Crew Interns & Readers Emeritus (2011-2012): Fatimah Asghar, Zack Crawford

Contributors: Colin Welch, Molly Kat, Lindsay Tigue, Jessica Tyner, Bryce Emley, Beth McHugh, Rupprecht Mayer, Ali Zahiri, Timothy James Brearton, Terry Barr, Eleanor Leonne Bennett, Melody Calhoun, Sean Michael St. Charles, Lynne Potts, Zachary Michael Powell, Gala Mukomolova, Kenneth E. Harrison Jr., Sierra DeMulder, sam sax, Sam Guthrie, William Henderson, Fabio Sassi, Jonathan Hull, Ernest Williamson III, Nathan Blake, Kathleen Glasgow, Benjamin Walker, Carl James Grindley, Kristin Fitzsimmons, Sean Alan Cleary, Milla van der Have, Rachel Jendrzejewski, Danez Smith, Andrew Payton, Neil Hilborn, Courtney Thomas Vance, Stevie Edwards, Moshe Schulman, Joy Gaines-Friedler, Joe Bubar, Adam Parker Cogbill, Melissa Pilakowski, Julia Mascioli, Anne Giocondini, Mark Beshey, Jane Hawley, Louis Staeble, Joe Sobel, Tami Lynn

Show the Green House Collective your support and join us on Patreon!

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Internships

Green House Press creates opportunities for students and adults to experience the behind-the-scenes work of an independent literary publishing house. We offer fast-paced editorial internships involving blog writing, slush pile reading, and first-round review.

We provide interns with letters of recommendation upon successful completion of a semester-long or year-long internship in addition to resources and skills in publishing. Interns must be willing to volunteer 10 hours/week remotely, and interning for credit is optional.

To apply, please email your resume, a brief cover letter expressing your interest, and a sample of your creative work to greenhouselit@gmail.com with “Internship Application: [Your Name]” in the subject line.

Praise for Orange Quarterly

  • “It’s a pretty damn great journal.” 

    —Danez Smith, poet
  • “This is an online journal put together by folks who know what they’re doing (even though it doesn’t appear that any of the ‘OQ Crew’ will be applying for their AARP card anytime soon).” 

    —Ted Morrissey, Ph.D., author
  • “It’s a pretty damn great journal.” 

    —Danez Smith, poet
  • “This is an online journal put together by folks who know what they’re doing (even though it doesn’t appear that any of the ‘OQ Crew’ will be applying for their AARP card anytime soon).” 

    —Ted Morrissey, Ph.D., author

Keep it growing with Green House Press

Contact us on social media, or email greenhouselit@gmail.com