#128—the summer issue is here!

hedgerow #128 (the summer issue) is finally out! Thanks to contributors & readers alike. I look forward to reading your work for the upcoming autumn issue (submissions accepted on a rolling basis).

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The summer issue can be purchased here, or from Amazon.

 

 

kindly,

Caroline Skanne
ed.

under 16s

New work is added to the under 16s spot on a rolling basis—read it here!

ps Don’t forget to send in your submissions for the summer issue of hedgerow (#128).

all best,
Caroline Skanne
(Editor)

#127—the spring issue is here!

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 #127

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kindly,

Caroline Skanne
editor

#115

welcome to #115. as always, grateful to readers & contributors alike, without your continued support, this publication would not be thriving.

as mentioned last week, 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 ai li, Gabriel Bates, Anita Virgil, Sandi Pray, Jennifer V. Gurchinoff, Dave Read, Nicholas Klacsanzky, Joy McCall, Rachel Sutcliffe, Chen-ou Liu, Peter Jastermsky, Arvinder Kaur, Kath Abela Wilson, Kala Ramesh, John Martone, Leslie McKay, Alexis Rotella, Mike Rehling, Johnny Baranski, Stephen Page, Bill Pauly, Julie Warther, Simon Hanson & Ron C. Moss

please click on the link below…

#115 hedgerow

with love & kindness,

Caroline Skanne,
founding editor

#114

welcome to #114 hedgerow. as always, grateful to readers & contributors alike, without your continued support, this publication would not be thriving.

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 Brendon Kent, Ron C. Moss, Andrea Cecon, ai li, Mike Rehling, Louise Hopewell, Dave Read, Alan Summers, Jessica Malone Latham, Terri L. French, Zee Zahava, Julie Warther, Angela Terry, Christina Sng, Alexis Rotella, Kath Abela Wilson, Jay Friedenberg, Timothy Murphy, Elizabeth McMunn-Tetangco, Julie Bloss Kelsey, Chad Lee Robinson, Tanmoy Das Lala, Lynda Monahan, Rod Thompson, Matsukaze, Murasame, Robert Epstein

please click on the link below…

#114 hedgerow

with love & kindness,

Caroline Skanne,
founding editor

#109

#109 is the last issue of hedgerow before the spring break. the first issue back will be the spring print issue. submissions will stay open during the break! 17th of march is the last date to make it into the print issue.

in response to the success of ‘wild voices: an anthology of short poetry & art by women’, the decision has been made to make it a regular feature of wildflower poetry press. to purchase the current edition or view the submission guidelines to the 2nd volume, visit the website – https://wildflowerpoetrypress.wordpress.com/

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 hedgerowsubmission@gmail.com with the subject line ‘MAILING LIST’. the first email scheduled to go out early next week!

this week features work by Johannes S. H. Bjerg, Agnes Eva Savich, Leyland Secco & Nika, Chen-ou Liu, Juliet Wilson, Barry George, Christina Sng, Tim Gardiner, Mary White, Adrian Bouter, Anne Elise Burgevin, Vera Constantineau, Carole Johnston, Joy McCall, Steve Smolak, Zee Zahava, Charl JF Cilliers, Meik Blöttenberger & Julie Warther, Ola Lindberg, Tiffany Shaw-Diaz, Maeve O’Sullivan, Kath Abela Wilson & Pris Campbell.

to enjoy #109, click on the link below…

hedgerow #109

with love & kindness,

Caroline Skanne,
founding editor

#108

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 hedgerowsubmission@gmail.com 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…

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with love & kindness,

Caroline Skanne,
founding editor

#107

welcome to #107 of hedgerow. as always grateful to contributors & readers alike. our sister site wildflower poetry press released its latest title this 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. thanks for your support.

please note — hedgerow will take a short break after #110. there is still time to send in your submission for the print issue! we have received some fantastic work this far.

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 hedgerowsubmission@gmail.com with the subject line ‘MAILING LIST’.

this week features work by Joshua Gage, Mike Rehling, Dave Read, Paul O. Williams,  Michael Dylan Welch, Lee Nash, Johannes S. H. Bjerg, Ian Willey, Kath Abela Wilson, Simon Hanson, Marilyn Humbert & Pravat Kumar Padhy.

to enjoy #107, simply click on the link below…

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with love & kindness,

Caroline Skanne,
founding editor

#106

welcome to #106 of hedgerow. this week features haiga by resident artist Debbie Strange.

if you missed it last week, the next special edition PRINT ISSUE of hedgerow is scheduled for early spring. it will feature one poem per poet, selected from the usual submissions.

further, 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 ( https://wildflowerpoetrypress.wordpress.com/ ), sign up to our mailing list by sending an email to hedgerowsubmission@gmail.com OR wildflowerpoetrypress@gmail.com with the subject line ‘MAILING LIST’. alternatively, to unsubscribe, simply put ‘UNSUBSCRIBE’ in the subject line. thank you!

as always grateful to to readers & contributors alike.

this week features work by Julie Warther, Ian Willey, Debbie Strange, Paul David Mena, Michael Dylan Welch, Margherita Petriccione, Kath Abela Wilson, Dave Read, Julie Kelsey, Pat Davis, Joy McCall, Christina Sng, Joshua Gage, Louise Hopewell, Rachel Sutcliffe & ai li.

 

to enjoy #106, simply click on the link below…

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with love & kindness,

Caroline Skanne,
founding editor