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call for submissions: ‘wild voices’ vol. 2

last year on this day, a call for submissions for the all women’s anthology ‘wild voices’ (see link below) was announced. in response to the huge success & positive reaction to this book, it has been decided to make it a regular feature of wildflower poetry press. the next volume set to be published autumn 2017.

submissions will close when the book is full (please look for updates on the wildflower press fb page or simply subscribe to our MAILING LIST by sending an email to wildflowerpoetrypress@gmail.com ). please send 10-20 pieces of short poetry and / or art (min. 300 dpi please in jpeg) for consideration, exploring ‘wild voices’ to wildflowerpoetrypress@gmail.com with ‘SUBMISSION WILD VOICES’ followed by your name in the subject line. you will only hear back from us if your submission is successful. please note, this is a broad theme & original interpretations are welcomed. there is no need to use ‘wild’ or ‘voices’ in your poems. to get a better idea of what we are looking for, please have a look at the link below, where the current edition can be purchased —


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thanks for all your support!

NEW TITLE — ‘hedgerow #100’

hedgerow #100: a journal of small poems edited by Caroline Skanne

hundred pieces of short poetry & art by various poets


price £10 INCLUDING postage (UK & US mailing address)
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price £13 INCLUDING postage (OTHER LOCATION mailing address)
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also available from amazon!

book launch! now available…

a hundred small poems by caroline skanne —

is a collection of short poetry and short poetry art, including haiku, haiga, tanka,
tanka art & micropoetry.

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‘With these 100 small poems Caroline Skanne reminds us of what it means to be present in every moment of every day — to be open to the magic and wonder that is all around us — to be truly alive.’ — Zee Zahava editor of brass bell: an online haiku journal

a hundred poems by caroline skanne is a fine collection, the selected pieces leave you in that in between place where you absorb the richness of what you just digested whether visually or written. And if you unwillingly have to leave, it is a book to return to time and time again and you know by doing so life is good. — Paula Dawn Letz multi-genre artist, photographer & poet