Ghost Pony Press is an independent small press founded in 1980 that publishes contemporary American poetry.

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Ghost Pony Press Submission Guidelines

Submission Address

P.O. Box 260113
Madison WI 53726-0113

Editor: Ingrid Swanberg

Submitting Your Work to Ghost Pony Press

Before submitting to Ghost Pony Press

The Market List recommends you verify the market is active and accepting submissions before sending your manuscript via regular mail. You may verify a market status by either visiting their website, calling their listed phone number, or comfirming via regular mail that the market is still active before sending them your work. To be sure your submission is appropriate for this market, we recommend you familiarize yourself with Ghost Pony Press by reading a sample issue before submitting.

 

If you have recently submitted to Ghost Pony Press or have experience with this market, please submit a comment below. Recent submission response times are always welcome and helpful to other writers.

From the Ghost Pony Press guidelines:

We are interested in seeing lyric poetry, experimental poetry, long poems, visual poetry, aphorisms. When we are reading, we ask that you first inquire with a brief description of your book or chapbook and a selection of five poems. A self-addressed, stamped envelope must accompany all inquiries and submissions.

Submission Guidelines Details for Ghost Pony Press

Market Type: Book

Contact: Ingrid Swanberg, Editor/Publisher

Email: ghostponypress@hotmail.com

Accepts: Poetry

Web Address: www.ghostponypress.com

Click here for complete guidelines

 

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