Atropos Press creates new debates in the fields of philosophy and media studies by producing interdisciplinary academic works at forefront of contemporary thought and culture. Our aim is not only to advance scholarship but to contribute to the arts and sciences, and society as a whole.
Atropos Press is diverse in the selection of its authors, including: professors, teachers, graduate and post-graduate students, researchers, political and social scientists, journalists, artists, and academics. The staff and editors at Atropos Press work closely with authors through all stages of publication. Our main offices are based in New York and Dresden, with staff based in major cities across North America and Europe.
We welcome proposals for manuscript publication on a year round basis. If you are interested in submitting a proposal, please consult our submission guidelines. We do not accept entire manuscripts, chapters or excerpts unless the author has otherwise been invited to do so. As a result of the high volume of submissions received, Atropos is unable to acknowledge each and every proposal, however, we encourage you to send us your manuscript ideas and appreciate your interest and contributions.
EGS Press is an independent publishing company located in Toronto, Canada. EGS Press has been in operation since 1998, when it became clear that the European Graduate School in Switzerland would benefit from a forum in which to publish material emerging from its work in the fields of media, the arts and therapy. EGS Press aims to publish works of substantial quality in Expressive Arts: Therapy, Education, Consulting and associated areas.
In addition to books, EGS Press publishes a yearly journal, POIESIS: A Journal of the Arts and Communication, containing essays, poetry and works of visual art.
POIESIS: A Journal of the Arts and Communication.
Poiesis will consider submissions based on excerpts, proposals, poetry or artworks. All submissions should also be accompanied by a 50-word author’s biography. Excerpts should be between 300 and 500 words and be accompanied by an approximately 200-word overview of the themes and content explored in the article. Proposals should be between 300 and 500 words, describing the theme, content, discourse: the how and why of the article, as well as length. Poetry submissions should have no less than three and no more than five poems, they should be sent via email (.doc, .rtf or .pdf formatting) and identical hard copy via snail mail.
Artwork submissions should include several artwork samples in low-resolution (less than 2 MB) .jpg or .tiff format. Poiesis is interested in publishing book reviews and will generally consider material that has not been previously published elsewhere; however, exceptions are occasionally made.