Yamini Pathak’s debut chapbook explores memories of a childhood in India and adulthood in the US, raising American children. She reminisces, weaves in myth and narrative, and blends theses elements into a lovely, lyrical whole.
Submissions are now closed. Thanks to all who submitted–we hope to get back to you very soon.
Milk & Cake Press is now accepting submissions for our first anthology, Dead of Winter, to be published in Winter 2021. We are looking for poems that deal with the supernatural, the mythological, the mysterious, the uncanny.
To submit, please send 1-3 poems in a Word document and your bio in the body of an email to email@example.com. There is no submission fee. Payment will be a copy of the anthology.
Submissions close October 15, 2020.
Congratulations to our new poets, and to those on the shortlists, and thank you to all poets who submitted manuscripts.
Megan Leonard, book of lullabies
Dena Rod, Scattered Arils
Saida Agostini, Just Let the Dead In
Danielle Bero, Acapella Mixtape
John Jeffire, A Temple for Tomorrows
Leah Claire Kaminski, Live Oak Nearly on Fire
Raegen Pietrucha, Head of A Gorgon
Sarah Nichols, Hexenhaus
Yamini Pathak, Atlas of Lost Places
Joanna Thomas, Blue-bird (bloo-burd)
Ilse Griffin, (Dis/re)member
Danielle Hark, Last Strand
Jesse Wolfe, En Route
We’re very pleased to be a part of the PEN America/CLMP Indie Lit Fair! https://pen.org/indie-lit-fair-vol-five/
So, we’re having a sale. Use the code PENTHREE for $3 off any book, or PENFIFTY to get a bundle of all four of our current books for $50. That’s a $65 value!
This collection centers on the long illness and decline of a mother and the emotional challenges and fractures among her family. Visually and sonically inventive, these poems use the loneliness of rural Ohio roads, the disturbing environment of a nursing home, and the suffocation of working class life to set the eerie mood. Click here.