ps Don’t forget to send in your submissions for the summer issue of hedgerow (#128).
hedgerow #127 (the spring issue) is finally out! Thanks to contributors & readers alike. I look forward to reading your work for the upcoming summer issue (submissions accepted on a rolling basis).
The spring issue can be purchased at the link below, or from Amazon.
hedgerow #126 (the winter issue) is out! Thanks to contributors & readers alike. I look forward to reading your submissions for the spring issue (submissions accepted on a rolling basis).
The autumn issue can be purchased at the link below, or from Amazon.
welcome to this week’s issue. to readers & contributors alike — thanks for being here!
as mentioned previously, some fantastic work has already been accepted for the summer print issue. it is scheduled for #120. if you haven’t already read the spring print edition, it is available from wildflower poetry press —https://wildflowerpoetrypress.wordpress.com/2017/05/05/new-release-hedgerow-110-the-spring-print-issue/
this week features work by Michael Dylan Welch, Marilyn Humbert, Nika, Alexis Rotella, Goran Gatalica, Sandi Pray, Ken Olson, Kala Ramesh, Agnes Savich, Dave Read, Debbie Strange, David He Zhuanglang, Catherine LoFrumento, Brendon Kent, Fred Andrle, Julie Warther, John Hawkhead, Rachel Sutcliffe, Joy McCall, Simon Hanson & Ron C. Moss
welcome to #111 of hedgerow! if you missed it last week, the spring print issue (#110) is now available to purchase from the publisher’s website below —
a warm thank you to readers & contributors alike. without your continued support, this publication would not be thriving.
this week features work by Alan Summers, Kris Moon, John Hawkhead, Anna Maris, Eufemia Griffo, David J Kelly, Pravat Kumar Padhy, David Serjeant, Alexis Rotella, Neal Whitman, dan smith, Andy McLellan, Tina Crenshaw, Marietta McGregor, Julie Warther, Angela Terry, Grant Savage, Larry Kimmel, Safiyyah Patel, Elmedin Kadric, David Oates, Mary White, Pat Davis, Mike Rehling, Stephen Toft, Ola Lindberg
to enjoy #111, click on the link below…
with love & kindness,
welcome back to hedgerow! in the spring print issue we bring you beautiful examples of haibun, para-ekphrastic haibun, tanka prose, haiku sequence, cherita, double cherita, rengay, rengay art, haiga, tanka art; and more still! the aim is to publish one print issue of the journal every quarter. the online issues will resume from next week, with #111. i look forward to your submissions!
i extend my gratitude to contributors and readers alike. without your continued support, this publication would not be thriving!
with love & kindness,
Caroline Skanne, editor
hedgerow #110 can be purchased from the wildflower poetry press website https://wildflowerpoetrypress.wordpress.com/
it is also available from amazon uk, usa & eu.
#100 of hedgerow features work by —
David J Kelly, Grace Galton, Julie Warther, Stephen Toft, Ron C. Moss, Agnes Eva Savich, Elmedin Kadric, Deborah P Kolodji, Michael Dylan Welch, Johnny Baranski and Clayton Beach, Ian Willey, Dave Read, Gabriel Bates, Pamela A. Babusci, Christina Sng, Simon Hanson, David Oates, Ola Lindberg, Gail Oare, Anne Elise Burgevin, Neal Whitman, Mary White, Johannes S. H. Bjerg, Anna Cates, Robyn Cairns, Dietmar Tauchner, Jill Lange, Mike Rehling, Paul Chambers, Chen-ou Liu, S. M. Kozubek, Pris Campbell, Marilyn Humbert, Nika, Ken Olson, Jacob Kobina Ayiah Mensah, Maureen Kingston, John Hawkhead, Eufemia Griffo, Patricia Prime, Amy Losak, Mark Miller, Andy McLellan, Michael H. Lester, John Hawk, Debbie Strange, Rick Tarquinio, Tina Crenshaw, Marta Chocilowska, David Serjeant, Kath Abela Wilson, Lucia Fontana, Pat Davis, Rachel Sutcliffe, Carole Johnston, Barnabas I. Adeleke, Zee Zahava, Tim Gardiner, Maeve O’Sullivan, Barry George, Steve Smolak, Jeffrey Hanson, Alan Summers, Christine L. Villa, Louise Hopewell, Debbi Antebi, Anna Maris, Joy McCall, Larry Kimmel, Terri L. French, Jay Friedenberg, Marietta McGregor, Mary Jo Balistreri, ai li, Marilyn Fleming, Joshua Gage, Vera Constantineau, Jennifer Hambrick, Paul Smith
yes, hedgerow is still on spring break… but in the meantime, you can download & enjoy the first e-book published by wildflower poetry press for free! see details below.
happy spring everyone!
‘Ancient Bloodlines’ by Simon Hanson & Ron C. Moss
a collection of 11 Australian collaborative rengay paired with artwork by Ron C. Moss. Each rengay is presented in the newly developed ‘Mossy Ripple Effect’ to optimise the reading experience.
to enjoy, simply click on the link below!
‘Ancient Bloodlines’ is offered as a free download for personal use only, all material copyrighted. while the download of this e-book is free, a link to the Australian Wildlife Conservancy (AWC) has been added below, where you can make a donation, at your own wish.
* the ‘Mossy Ripple Effect’ was developed by Ron C. Moss
welcome to this week’s issue of hedgerow. as always grateful to contributors & readers alike.
if you missed it, our sister site wildflower poetry press released its latest title last week, ‘wild voices: an anthology of short poetry & art by women’. copies available to purchase from the publisher –https://wildflowerpoetrypress.wordpress.com/ or from amazon.
as mentioned hedgerow will take a short break after #110. there is still a few spaces left in the upcoming print issue. we have received some fantastic work this far, including haiku, senryu, tanka, haibun, cherita, rengay & more!
if you would like to receive email updates of various calls for submissions, including future print issues of hedgerow / wildflower poetry press anthologies, new releases / special offers, you can sign up to our mailing list by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line ‘MAILING LIST’.
this week features work by Kath Abela Wilson, Ron C. Moss & Caroline Skanne, Johannes S. H. Bjerg, Mike Rehling, Gabriel Bates, Jennifer Hambrick, Bill Waters, David He, Clayton Beach & Johnny Baranski, S. M. Kozubek, Zee Zahava, Anna Cates, Diarmuid Fitzgerald, Debbi Antebi, Maeve O’Sullivan, Robert Farrell, David Oates, Maureen Kingston, Alan Summers
to enjoy #108, click on the link below…
with love & kindness,