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hedgerow #123 (spring 2018) edited by Caroline Skanne

‘hedgerow’ is a quarterly short-poetry journal dedicated to publishing an eclectic mix of new and established voices across the spectrum of the short poem, with particular attention to the constantly evolving forms of haiku, senryu and tanka. Read more…

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wild voices vol 2: an anthology of short poetry & art by women edited by Caroline Skanne

The second volume of wild voices is a direct response to the success of the first volume published in 2017. In the vein of its predecessor, this year has collected over 70 contemporary voices in short-poetry and art exploring aspects of women’s experience. Read more…

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hedgerow #122 (winter 2017) edited by Caroline Skanne

‘hedgerow’ is a quarterly short-poetry journal dedicated to publishing an eclectic mix of new and established voices across the spectrum of the short poem, with particular attention to the constantly evolving forms of haiku, senryu and tanka. Read more…

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hedgerow #121 (autumn 2017) edited by Caroline Skanne

‘hedgerow’ is a quarterly short-poetry journal dedicated to publishing an eclectic mix of new and established voices across the spectrum of the short poem, with particular attention to the constantly evolving forms of haiku, senryu and tanka. Read more…

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hedgerow #120 (summer 2017) edited by Caroline Skanne

‘hedgerow’ is a quarterly short-poetry journal dedicated to publishing an eclectic mix of new and established voices across the spectrum of the short poem, with particular attention to the constantly evolving forms of haiku, senryu and tanka. Read more…

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hedgerow #110 (spring 2017) edited by Caroline Skanne

‘hedgerow’ is a quarterly short-poetry journal dedicated to publishing an eclectic mix of new and established voices across the spectrum of the short poem, with particular attention to the constantly evolving forms of haiku, senryu and tanka. Read more…

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between light & shadow by Debbi Antebi

Debbi Antebi produces social observations we can recognise in ourselves at least once in our lives, and if we are honest, possibly several times. The senryu are some of the very best I’ve read, Read more…

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singing into darkness by Joy McCall and Liam Wilkinson

The poet Marianne Moore said poetry is not just speech but rather an attempt to listen and respond. Herein lies the beauty of Joy McCall and Liam Wilkinson’s ‘singing into darkness’. Read more…

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here i am by Zee Zahava

Zee Zahava often begins the day with a morning walk, where she welcomes the possibilities of the new day and makes peace with the eternal now. Read more…

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wild voices: an anthology of short poetry & art by women edited by Caroline Skanne

‘wild voices: an anthology of short poetry & art by women’ is a celebration of the female voice, Read more…

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at the water’s edge by Carol Judkins, with photographs by David Foster

All humans commence life surrounded by fluid; indeed, the human body is 60% water. It’s no surprise then to feel as we dip our toes in ‘at the water’s edge’, that we have returned home. Read more…

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between here and home a lifetime by Mike Keville

Mike Keville is both very down-to-earth and a very modest person, and even more modest poet. This book shows he should be recognised by a wider audience. Read more…

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Manic Dawn by Carole Johnston; with paintings by Anne Milligan

Originally inspired by Diane DiPrima’s groundbreaking collection, ‘Loba’, Carole Johnston has created a powerful woman-as-goddess quest poem in ‘Manic Dawn’. Read more…


 

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