In The Margins E1: Less is More

An Interview with Bull City Press

We are releasing our initial episode as a special Holiday gift to our current readers. Additional episodes, on a biweekly basis (first and third Tuesdays of each month), will be published starting in February. 


E1 Guest: Bull City Press Executive Director, Ross White

Happy Holidays!

Ross White, Executive Director of Bull City Press

Executive Director, Ross White gives insight to the origins of Bull City Press, the micro-journal, Inch, the Frost Place Residency Chapbook Contest, and his fascinating biases for poetry submissions. Ross says to writers: “Send your stuff. There’s no greater joy as an editor than opening a submission and thinking, ‘oh my god, that’s the one!’” Ross White, Poet, Executive Director of Bull City Press http://www.rosswhite.com/

Podcast Notes

Bull City Press, Durham, North Carolina http://www.bullcitypress.com/ Inch Magazine by Bull City Press http://bullcitypress.com/inch/

Frost Place Chapbook Competition Submission deadline: December 31st every year. http://bullcitypress.com/submissions-top/frost-place-chapbook-competition/

The Frost Place, Franconia New Hampshire http://www.frostplace.org/

Produced by: Tate Street High Society http://tatestreethighsociety.com
Music Provided by: Jonathan Stout and his Campus Five featuring Hilary Alexander http://www.campusfive.com
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Podcast Email: writeus@tatestreethighsociety.com

Abigail Browning with Bull City Press Publications

Abigail Browning with Bull City Press Publications

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