The Publishing Blog
The GSP Publishing Blog is the home of all things related to the publishing industry. The blog covers a wide range of issues and opinions in the publishing sphere – if it involves anything related to books or publishing, this is the place for it.
Is there an issue you’re passionate about? Something you think the industry is doing well (or not so well)? Some words of wisdom and experience? Whether you’re an industry professional, writer or student, we’d love to hear about your thoughts and experiences.
You can take a look at our prompt list here for some inspiration if you want some suggestions:
If you’re looking for something different, we also publish book reviews and short creative pieces (excluding poetry)!
For specific information about book reviews, please see the following document:
If none of the prompts spark your interest or you have something else in mind, you can contact us at email@example.com.
We can’t wait to hear your ideas!
The MZ Blog
MZ is the home for writing by and for Millennials and Gen Z. This is a space for us to discuss, explore and celebrate our experiences, the diversity and the uniqueness of what makes us stand out from everybody else.
Voice out your fears, your quirks, your dreams. We’re here to listen and give you a voice so that you’re able to speak up about the problems we know the world is facing right now. If you’re eager to talk about social activism, cultural differences, or just simply about a niche topic you’ve become weirdly obsessed about, this is the place for you.
Not sure what to write?
Have a peek at our content list to see what sort of topics we’d love to hear about. This semester, we’re mostly looking for non-fiction pieces as the book we’re publishing IS a flash fiction compilation, but if you feel like your piece is relevant and interesting, send it through.
Have a look here for some ideas:
And if you just wanna say hey or pitch something else, reach out to us at MZ@grattanstresspress.com.
We look forward to what you’ve got to say!
Aislinge & Andrea
Whether you remember when the internet entered our lives or learned how to use an iPad before you could read, we would love to hear from you: what you find inspiring, interesting, troubling, frustrating, thrilling.
Your piece must be between 500-1500words.
Grattan Street Press accepts both non-fiction and fiction submissions for consideration.