Lion Lounge Press accepting submissions for Anthology

Lion Lounge Press is an independent publishing company based in Oxford and London, that specialises in creative writing, both short creative fiction and non-fiction, as well as poetry.  They are currently accepting submissions for their 2010 publications.


In August of this year, Lion Lounge Press published its first anthology of creative writing, ‘The Lounge Companion,’ in which they managed to include

previously unpublished authors from various creative writing courses around the world, alongside established and critically acclaimed writers.

Though they do not offer pecuniary compensation for shortlisted submissions, they realise that publication is in itself a form of remuneration, especially

for those that are looking to make a name for themselves as writers, and they would also like to stress that in no way do they intend to seize hold of the

writers’ copyright. In fact, contracts will be drafted with shortlisted authors in order to protect their interests.

‘The Lounge Companion Vol. 2’ is scheduled for publication in March 2010, and they will continue to accept submissions for it until December 31,2009.

They also welcome submissions for their other 2010 publications, including travel writing and other genre fiction. Please have a look at for more details.

For those interested in this, or If you have any queries regarding the above-mentioned, please do not hesitate to contact:

Leon Terner, Founding Editor of Lion Lounge Press

One Comment Add yours

  1. Christopher bacon says:

    How fantastic,

    I will be submitting shortly! I’m happy to see new indie publishers giving budding writers a real chance to be published. Keep up the good work.

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