Book Submissions: The Green Lantern Press has open manuscript submissions 

Book Submissions: The Green Lantern Press has open manuscript submissions between December 01 and January 30th every year. Submissions sent at other times will not be answered. In lieu of a submission fee, we ask that you either purchase a book from the GLP catalogue, or make a $15 donation. To submit your manuscript for consideration, please include a CV and a cover letter that introduces you, your interests and background, a brief paragraph description of your manuscript, and a final paragraph describing why you see The Green Lantern Press as a good fit for your work. Send those items along with your manuscript, receipt of purchase/donation, and your contact information to caroline@sector2337.com // As a non-profit press we cannot pay authors at this time; if you do publish with us, you will retain the rights to work, and will receive at least 20 copies of the edition. All of our titles are distributed by SPD, and sold in our store, Sector 2337. All manuscripts are subject to lengthy editorial processes and design decisions are made by editors at The Green Lantern Press. We are particularly interested in manuscripts that engage contemporary art, poetry, theory, and/or literary concerns.

Exhibition Submissions: The Green Lantern Press has open exhibition submissions 

Exhibition Submissions: The Green Lantern Press has open exhibition submissions between December 01 and January 30th every year. To submit your exhibition proposal please include a CV, a cover letter introducing you, your interests and background, as well as a 500-word project proposal, a list of works to be included, and any participating artist bios. We are especially interested in exhibitions that use theoretical frameworks to explore a set of ideas and/or incorporate printed matter in some way.

Public Programs:  While our programming schedule is curated to resonate with 

Public Programs:  While our programming schedule is curated to resonate with exhibition themes and inhouse curatorial research, Sector 2337 welcomes additional public events organized by artists, musicians, authors, et al; we accept public program queries year-round. If you would like us to consider hosting your program please email a cover letter to devin@sector2337.com introducing yourself with background information, a short description of your proposed event, ideal dates, tech specifications, and why Sector 2337 is a suitable venue. Attached to that email, please include the following items in one PDF or in a single zip file: 200-500 word press ready description of the event; bio, CV and contact info of main organizer; bios of additional participants; and 2-3 relevant work samples (if work samples are time based please supply online links). We cannot fund public programs at this time.