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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Natacha Bryan Shortlisted for the Michael Marks Poetry Pamphlet Awards 2017

Natacha Bryan Shortlisted for the Michael Marks Poetry Pamphlet Awards 2017 We are utterly thrilled for Natacha Bryan who has been shortlisted for the Michael Marks Poetry Pamphlet 2017. Bryan is a wonderful poet, with a sharp ear for language coupled with a sense of adventure over where the poetic line can go. The Judges commented: “We all found ‘If I Talked Everything My Eyes Saw’...

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Blog Post – A Hostage in Play by Robert Fieseler

Blog Post – A Hostage in Play by Robert Fieseler In Swann’s Way, cake crumbs and tea stimulate Proust’s massive ingrown tale; in Count Zero, a vast chunk of implanted memory descends on Gibson’s cyber-punk anti-hero as he walks through Heathrow Airport and he vomits into a blue bin without breaking stride. Getting off at the wrong subway stop in New York once, I wandered...

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Last Night’s Fun

Last Night’s Fun To celebrate the upcoming release of the next issue of Lighthouse, we’re offering one last look back at our theme of fun from issue 13, with an exclusive piece by Gatehouse and Galley Beggar author Preti Taneja. And, looking forward to the next issue’s theme of History, here’s a blast of Irish traditional music that...

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What Makes a Poetry Editor Sit Up and Take Notice?

What Makes a Poetry Editor Sit Up and Take Notice? So what exactly is it that makes a poetry editor sit up and take notice? For Lighthouse a poem has to be very strong as there are four, sometimes five, editors to get past. Either we all like a poem or one or more editors has to love it enough to stand up and fight...

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Taking the Poet at his Word

Taking the Poet at his Word   by Jim McCue When T. S. Eliot summed up his life’s work in 1963, two years before he died, it was in a Collected Poems of fewer than 250 pages. But when Christopher Ricks and I published The Poems of T. S. Eliot last year, the two volumes ran to some two thousand pages....

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