What does one have to do to get published by you?
Pilotless Press: The first step is to have written, and then revised, and then revised again. Then, one must read our Manifesto, and understand that we are operating in the present, which actually means that we operate in the perpetually unrealized future of a recent past. Lastly, and most importantly, we must like what we read, which is often modernist or postmodernist, without being overly pedantic about it.
And what are the no-nos?
Pilotless Press: Oh, we could ramble for hours. There are so many things we do not like, predominant among them Bad Writing. Also Good Boring Writing. Also Admirably Crafted Memoir Writing about Boring Lives (if you don’t have it, make it up). We could continue in this vein for hundreds of html lines, but we will restrict our answer to what we do not intend to publish in the near or far future: poetry, flash fiction, theater, anything remotely influenced by superficial readings in eastern philosophy, cooking. Another way to answer would be to be specific: we love short stories and novellas in the modernist/postmodernist tradition.
Το δεύτερο βιβλιαράκι με τη σφραγίδα (στην κυριολεξία) Pilotless Press, το This Coming Fall, κυκλοφορεί ήδη και το παραγγέλνετε εδώ.