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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Ink’s Wish
Splitfish
Broadcasting
House of the Deaf Man
Cabbage Creek and Holkham Bay
Another Use of Canvas
Flesh and Blood
Lighthouse

Gatehouse Press at COAST Festival Gatehouse Press are running an event at COAST festival of the Arts on November 1st. There will be readings from four recent publications by poets Andrea Holland, Andrea Porter, Kiran Millwood Hargrave and Sarah Law. The event starts at 7.30 at Sheringham Little Theatre and costs £8.  

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LIGHTHOUSE Pamphlet #1

LIGHTHOUSE Pamphlet #1 We are pleased to announce the first of our LIGHTHOUSE pamphlets, Edwin Kelly’s ‘And After This I Saw’ with launches in both Norwich and London. Kelly’s translation asks: What if we thought of God as distress and not comfort? In this new selected edition of the works of Julian of Norwich, poet Edwin Kelly brings us a...

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Open Submission 2014: Revised Date for the Shortlist Announcement

Open Submission 2014: Revised Date for the Shortlist Announcement Gatehouse Press is sorry to announce that we have been obliged to change the date for the announcement of our shortlist for the 2014 Gatehouse Press Open Submission. This has been because of the unexpected volume of submissions of a high quality, and the necessity of subjecting each of these submissions to an extended reading...

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Julian of Norwich as Poet?

Julian of Norwich as Poet? Edwin Kelly Julian of Norwich’s texts have been described variously as autobiography, a work of theology, of mysticism, and of devotional instruction. They were written in response to a series of visions she had on what she thought was her death bed when she was 30. The text exists in two forms: a Short Text...

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Review: Two Pamphlets from The Emma Press

Review: Two Pamphlets from The Emma Press Ikhda, by Ikhda (Ikhda Ayuning Maharsi) (ISBN 978-0-9574596-6-3, The Emma Press, £6.50) Raspberries for the Ferry (Andrew Wynn Owen) (ISBN 978-0-9574596-5-6, The Emma Press, £6.50) These two pamphlets from the Emma Press, by a pair of new writers, open windows onto two distinct vistas of language. Ikhda, by Ikhda takes us towards a recognisably cosmopolitan space, where...

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