#117

welcome to #117. to readers & contributors alike — thanks for your continued support!

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 Jessica Malone Latham, Sandi Pray, Julie Warther, Michael Dylan Welch, Joy McCall, Anna Cates, Kala Ramesh, kjmunro, Marilyn Humbert, Catherine LoFrumento, Julie Bloss Kelsey, Susan Beth Furst, ai li, Mike Rehling, Ben Moeller-Gaa, Pat Davis, Kath Abela Wilson, Clayton Beach, Ron C. Moss & Simon Hanson

please click on the link below…

#117 hedgerow

with love & kindness,

Caroline Skanne,
founding editor

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2 thoughts on “#117

  1. Lots of powerful work here, from the amazingly strong and vital haibun by Mike Rehling
    to Pat Davis and “night comes softly”. Alexis Rotella’s work, which should go without saying, but I can’t resist her wonderful work, to Kath Abela Wilson’s mourning dove’s nest in a condemned house’s chimney and Susan Beth Furst’s cobalt blue bottle in Paris. From Neon Buddhas to Clayton Beach’s Relic Radiation epic, each verse a total treat! And the sublime imagery and poetry by Ron Moss and Simon Hanson.

    And that’s just mentioning only a handful. I will let you read their work in full, and all the incredible work that I could have carried on listing!

    Hedgerow goes on from strength to strength!

    warm regards,

    Alan
    President, United Haiku and Tanka Society
    co-founder, Call of the Page

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