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Submissions

Here at fine. press LLC, our goal is to publish real nice books. Beautiful books, even. But we’re not ready to open for submissions just yet. We’re getting close, though, and we’ve assembled a supremely talented editorial board to help us once we do. 

Editorial Board

Dina Del Bucchia is the author of the short story collection, Don’t Tell Me What to Do, and four collections of poetry: Coping with Emotions and Otters, Blind Items, Rom Com (written with Daniel Zomparelli), and It’s a Big Deal!  Her new chapbook, Douche Process, is available online at ryanfitzpatrick.ca/modelpress/

Find her at dinadelbucchia.com

Ivanna Baranova is the author of CONFIRMATION BIAS (Metatron Press, 2019) . Her work has appeared in or is forthcoming with Asphalte Magazine, Cixous72, Jubilat, Peach Mag, Prism International, Room, and elsewhere. She currently helps with communications at The Poetry Project.

Find her at ivannabaranova.com

Hiller Goodspeed is a Florida-born, Vancouver-based artist and illustrator. He had two collections of comics published in 2018 and has self-published dozens of zines and booklets. His latest book is Pond Life (Perfectly Acceptable Press, 2021). When not illustrating, Hiller works as a librarian assistant at Rare Books and Special Collections at UBC’s Vancouver campus, where he fosters his appreciation for ephemera and antiquarian materials.

Find him @hillergoodspeed 

Leanne Dunic is a writer, musician, and author of the genre transgressive projects To Love the Coming End (Book*hug/Chin Music Press 2017) and The Gift (Book*hug 2019). Her latest book is the lyric memoir One and Half of You (Talonbooks, 2021). Leanne’s also the fiction mentor at Simon Fraser University’s The Writer’s Studio, the fiction editor at Tahoma Literary Review, and leader of the band The Deep Cove.

Find her at leannedunic.com

Shazia Hafiz Ramji is the author of Port of Being (Invisible Press, 2018), which was as a finalist for the 2019 Vancouver Book Award, BC Book Prizes, Gerald Lampert Memorial Award, and winner of the Robert Kroetsch Award for Innovative Poetry. Her poetry has been a finalist for the National Magazine Awards, nominated for the 2020 Pushcart Prize, and her fiction recently appeared in the short film, Colour Study, available on CBC Gem. She is currently at work on a novel.

Find Port of Being here.