The Halcyone, published four times per year,  is distributed throughout the USA and the Black Mountain Press publications are distributed World Wide. Please send your best previously unpublished work! HerWords is for, by and about women. The Black Mountain Press publishes the works of emerging and established writers.

Submit complete manuscripts, double spaced for Novel, Poetry Books, Creative Non-Fiction, Memoirs, or other creative literary writing. Fee for submission through Submittable is $7. Writers can still submit without a fee directly to:
The Black Mountain Press
PO 9907
Asheville, NC 28815. 
Please see www.theblackmountainpress for details. 
All submissions must be completed manuscripts and at least 64 pages. 

Please submit up to 3 poems for consideration for inclusion in the Sixty Four best poets of the year 2022. These 64 poets will be featured in a book titled The Sixty Four: 2022, published by the Black Mountain Press in November 2022. Submission Fee is $10 and 3 awards will be made to the best three poets as determined by our Final Judge (TBA) Reading period for this book will be from November 5, 2021) through Sept 2022 (Poems can be previously published but no simultaneous submissions please!)
Please understand that no revisions can be made after the submission deadline ends.
 First Prize: $50  and Featured Poet in The Halcyone ( 3 copies)
 Second Prize: $25 and Featured Poet in The Halcyone (3copies)
 Third Prize: $10 and Featured Poet in The Halcyone (3 copies)

Apply Now for a Free Working Vacation to Beautiful Asheville, NChttps://thehalcyone.submittable.com/submit/144654/writer-and-artist-in-residenceThe Black Mountain Press is pleased to announce its new writer/artist in residence program. The residence takes place in our previous location which was a converted child care center. There is plenty of room to stretch out in this house with large fenced yard, minutes away from hiking trails, trout streams, biking trails and more on the Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains, and about 10-15 minutes from downtown Asheville. 1 and 1/2 bathrooms, working office space with wifi, exhibition or reading space, kitchen, and bedroom provided. The selected writers/artists will spend up to 6 weeks this Asheville location and be expected to provide one reading or exhibit at the end of the residency.  Image of the residency space is  here: http://www.floodgallery.org/images/flood.jpg and interiors on our blog: http://theblackmountainpress.com/blog/erika-brumett-our-first-writer-in-residence/

Hurry! Applications start now (Dates are flexible) Please indicate what dates you are interested in.

Feb 17-March 30th 2021

Apri 2-May 15th 2021

May 17-June 30th 2021

  • Residencies include access in our former work space: a private home near the Blue Ridge Mountains in Swannanoa, NC, with  opportunity and location to demonstrate or read your work.
  • Writers/Artists are responsible for their own transportation to and from the location and personal supplies and food. 
  • Artists are required to exhibit or participate in one reading at the Flood Fine Art Center in Black Mountain, NC
  • All utilities and wifi and included in this residency. 
  • Writers please submit up to 3 published poems, short stories, or 1 novel excerpt for considerations.
  • Artists/Musicians/Photographers/Filmmakers please supply 2-3 images, videos, or musical pieces for consideration. 

Apply Now for a Free Working Vacation to Beautiful Asheville, NC

https://thehalcyone.submittable.com/submit/144654/writer-and-artist-in-residence

The Black Mountain Press is pleased to announce its new writer/artist in residence program. The residence takes place in our previous location which was a converted child care center. There is plenty of room to stretch out in this house with large fenced yard, minutes away from hiking trails, trout streams, biking trails and more on the Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains, and about 10-15 minutes from downtown Asheville. 1 and 1/2 bathrooms, working office space with wifi, exhibition or reading space, kitchen, and bedroom provided. The selected writers/artists will spend up to 6 weeks this Asheville location and be expected to provide one reading or exhibit at the end of the residency.  Image of the residency space is  here: http://www.floodgallery.org/images/flood.jpg and interiors on our blog: http://theblackmountainpress.com/blog/erika-brumett-our-first-writer-in-residence/

Hurry! Applications start now (Dates are flexible) Please indicate what dates you are interested in.

Feb 17-March 30th 2020

Apri 2-May 15th 2020

May 17-June June 30th 2020

  • Residencies include access in our former work space: a private home near the Blue Ridge Mountains in Swannanoa, NC, with  opportunity and location to demonstrate or read your work.
  • Writers/Artists are responsible for their own transportation to and from the location and personal supplies and food. 
  • Artists are required to exhibit or participate in one reading at the Flood Fine Art Center in Black Mountain, NC
  • All utilities and wifi and included in this residency. 
  • Writers please submit up to 3 published poems, short stories, or 1 novel excerpt for considerations.
  • Artists/Musicians/Photographers/Filmmakers please supply 2-3 images, videos, or musical pieces for consideration. 


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