Want to join our editorial team?

We publish around five percent of the submissions we receive here at Structo. This means for each issue we are reading, voting and commenting on hundreds and hundreds of stories and poems. This quantity is tied to an ever-increasing quality of work sent in, but it it...

Collaboration with Peer magazine

A little while ago, while in the process of spending far too much money in my favourite magazine shop, Athenaeum Nieuwscentrum in Amsterdam, I picked up a copy of Peer, a brand-new arts magazine based out of the city. It was an impressive first issue. Cut to a couple...

Reviewers wanted!

We’re looking for reviewers to join our team! If you love indie presses, works in translation, poetry or short stories, we’d love to hear from you. Let us know what you enjoy reading and, if you can, provide samples of previous reviews. We’re seeking...

Editor updates

Keir Pratt and Matthew Landrum—Structo‘s fiction editor and poetry editor respectively—have had a busy month, and not just only with putting the finishing touches to the new issue. This from Matthew: I’m 26 days into Tupelo Press’ 30/30 challenge—writing a poem...

More on apps and indie bookshops

We’re always interested when people find innovative ways to link readers to independent bookshops. Hive, an Amazon-like website for indie bookshops, is a favourite, and the recent Ooovre crowdfunding project showed what might be possible if the tech world and...

Ooovre

A recent search through Kickstarter’s literary underbelly turned up a project called ooovre, which promises readers a way to “buy books online from local bookstores”. We thought it sounded interesting, and we thought you might too. Here’s an...