About


Flutter Press, created in 2009, is a micro poetry press that utilizes print on demand (POD) technology to publish modern, beautiful chapbooks, 6" x 9", with cream colored paper and glossy covers.

Flutter Press is excited about discovering the poetic talent that is out there. Whether you are well-seasoned or a novice, I will consider your work for publication. I will patiently work with you through every step of the publishing process to create the chapbook you've poured your heart and soul into.


We favor free verse, lyrical poetry and short prose.  We have eclectic taste and accept collections on a variety of topics from life, love, loss, dreams, fantasy, fairy tale, surreal, musings, relationships, revelations, experiences, nature, etc. If you feel that your poems fit into any of these broad categories, submit your collection here.


** We tend not to favor rhyme, experimental poetry or humorous poetry.  Poetry collections containing excessive profanity or vulgar imagery will be rejected immediately.

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ABOUT THE EDITOR:


Sandy Benitez writes poetry and fiction. She's the founding editor of Flutter Press, Poppy Road Review, and Black Poppy Review.  Sandy's most recent poetry chapbook, Cherry Blossom Days, was published in March 2017 by Flutter Press.  She's been nominated for the Pushcart, Best of the Web, and Best of the Net.  Her first novel, a gothic fantasy, The Rosegiver, was published in February 2016. Sandy resides in Southern California with her husband and two children.

Sandy can be found on Goodreads, her personal blog 

https://sandybenitez.blogspot.com, and Twitter: peony1070.

4 comments:

  1. I will definitely consider Flutter Press as a high priority option when I have completed my first chapbook.

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  2. Hi Lloyd,

    I'm not sure how I missed your comment but thank you, I look forward to reading your collection.

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  3. Do you publish full (60 poems) collections?

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  4. Thanks for the inquiry. No, I'm sorry but the press only publishes chapbooks of up to 40 poems.

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