I'm delighted to announce a new innovative press on the block: Ellipsis, founded by by Johannah Rodgers and Eugene Lim, is interested in novels that are structurally innovative.
On the press's website, the editors write: We like: novels that look normal but aren't (more than those that look weird but are actually quite normal); those that are successful at bypassing or evolving the seemingly necessary but often tired elements of character and/or plot; and those that respond in some way to the history of the novel as genre and form. Writers who have studied the traditional elements of the novel and experimented with them to emotionally moving and/or extraordinary ends are invited to submit for publication.
Live long and prosper . . .