For the months of February and March, Peninsula Press is accepting submissions from agented and unagented writers.

Fiction: We are interested in fiction that challenges norms (formal, aesthetic, heteropatriarchal, &c). Fiction that is literary because it pays attention to language, not because it is only about the nuclear family. We are interested in perspectives that have been traditionally consigned to genre.

Please send a blurb, outline and the first three chapters (or equivalent).

Non-fiction: We are interested in full-length and shorter (see our Pocket Essays series) essays that find unusual and under-explored perspectives from which to investigate and interrogate the modern world. See Mixed-Race Superman and Exposure, published last year, for reference.

Please send a one-page outline and a five- to ten-page sample.

Please send to submissions[at]peninsulapress[dot]co[dot]uk by 31 March. Our team is small but committed; we will reply, eventually, but urge patience.