Gatehouse Press is an East Anglian based publishing house. Our aim is to support new writers, primarily through publishing poetry and short stories.

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UEA MALT Anthology 2014
Ink’s Wish
Splitfish
Broadcasting
House of the Deaf Man
Cabbage Creek and Holkham Bay
Another Use of Canvas
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A New Year in Pamphlets

A New Year in Pamphlets Gatehouse Press is delighted to announce that they will be producing two new poetry pamphlets in 2015, following on from Edwin Kelly’s remarkable work in And After This I Saw. Continuing from the New Fictions publications scheduled for the spring and summer, poets Eleanor Rees and Thomas Clark have been selected to continue the poetry pamphlets...

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Happy Christmas from Gatehouse!

Happy Christmas from Gatehouse! Gatehouse Press are now shutting down for the holidays and we will return the first week of Jan. We will still be picking up orders and will post out whenever the post office is open. However, before we expertly pack our suitcases with toothbrushes and surreptitious yew trees, we have the Lighthouse Issue #7 submissions to go...

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Gatehouse Press – New Fictions Prize Announcement

Gatehouse Press – New Fictions Prize Announcement Gatehouse Press are pleased to announce the winners of the New Fictions Prize. The prize was set up to solicit work from emerging writers and offer them a novella/novelette/short book. Gatehouse will promote the writers in various ways, such as booking festival slots and entering the books for eligible prizes. We will also select writers...

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Cabaret Gatehouse Gatehouse Press and Lighthouse Literary Journal cordially invite you to the Cabaret Gatehouse. With live music from Emily Winng and her band, and support from Grin by Growl, Cabaret Gatehouse invites readers, singers, clowns and performers of all stripes to step up to the mic. With homemade hot cider to warm your bones, we hope...

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And After This, I Edited

And After This, I Edited A long time ago, in a small bookshop in Brecon, I came across the first volume in Peter Lord’s magisterial work on the visual culture of Wales. Its subtitle was Medieval Vision, and its cover was inset with a picture of an early medieval stone-carving. I bought the book, and I hold the cover in...

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