We exceeded our target!
Our crowdfunding campaign has ended and we exceeded our stretch target! Full disclosure: in five weeks Subbed In crowdfunded $5325 via Pozible.
Thank you so much to all the contributors—your generosity will ensure the publication of books by new and exciting voices.
Five weeks ago we never would've imagined we'd be looking at publishing more than one finalist from the 2018 Subbed In Chapbook Prize. Now we can do so much more than that. We can't wait to announce the books in the next couple of weeks.
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Last year's catalogue
Here's a book that holds you close and says “it’s okay, things are weird”. Alli's poetry explores what it takes to be in and amongst bodies, to be loving and empathetic in the internet age. Hope glimmers and shakes as Alli entwines tenderness and heartache, surfing dogs and estrogen pills. A debut collection that is instantly loveable; as eviscerating as it is gentle.
This remarkable debut collection pulls apart the threads of liminality and traces their paths across culture, family, and environment. Shah Idil’s experimental sense provides a transformative frame for an uncompromising lyricism, pushing outwards beyond the pages and prodding at the edges of memory and oblivion. Shah Idil’s work is magical and relentless, brimming with love.
Crocker complicates home and family in her debut book, Girls and Buoyant. With sensitivity and wry observation, Crocker explores old suburbs and new loves at the intersections of intimate moments and where late capitalism pokes at our lives. This striking debut poetry collection presents an unflinching examination of life outside the margins of the urbanised middle class.