General guidelines for poetry collections:
Please familiarise yourself with our current titles before submitting your typescript for consideration. We publish collections of short poetry and art, in varying lengths. Our signature house style informs page presentation, book size and design. Please send an initial email query, telling us a little about yourself and your project; including vision, readership, and sample work. If your project is deemed right for publication with wildflower poetry press, we will ask for 50-100 poems to select from. The first stage is developmental editing (selection, arrangement and finding the pulse of a book); followed by copy-editing (corrections and suggestions for revision); typesetting; design and finally proofreading. You will be sent a digital proof to read, correct and approve before publication. There is no fee involved at any stage of this process; however, we ask that you play an integral part in promoting your book. Copyright remains with the author. Please be assured that we value poetic freedom and throughout the process outlined above, we strive to remain sensitive to the poet’s voice. All enquiries please to—email@example.com, thank you!
Please note—we also offer editorial services to guide and support the SELF-PUBLISHING author/artist, every step on the way from typescript to publication. To find out more, please click on this link: DANDELION: editorial services
Submissions to ‘hedgerow #120’ now open:
Submissions to the summer print edition of hedgerow: a journal of small poems are welcomed throughout July. Send 10 or more poems to firstname.lastname@example.org; with ‘SUBMISSION’ followed by your name, in the subject line. You will only hear back from us if your submission has been successful. To get a better idea of what we are looking for, please have a look at the spring edition—
Submissions to ‘wild voices vol. 2’ now open:
On this day last year, the call for submissions for the all women’s anthology ‘wild voices’ was announced. In response to the huge success and positive reaction to this book, it has been decided to make it a regular feature of wildflower poetry press. The second volume is scheduled for publication in autumn 2017. Submissions to this anthology will close when the book has been filled. Please send 10-20 pieces of short poetry and/or art (min. 300 dpi, jpeg. preferred) for consideration to email@example.com; with ‘SUBMISSION WILD VOICES’ followed by YOUR NAME in the subject line. You will only hear back from us if your submission has been successful. There is no need to use ‘wild’ or ‘voices’ in your poems. To get a better idea of what we are looking for, have a look at the current edition—