please send at least 10 poems. previous issues of hedgerow available to view online. the print issues can be purchased here.
hedgerow is 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. please note—for consistency, the house style will inform both print & online presentation.
The aim is to publish one print issue of the journal every quarter; with a seasonal flavour. please familiarise yourself with the journal before submitting. please find submission deadlines below—
submission deadline: 31st march
submission deadline: 30th june
submission deadline: 30th september
submission deadline: 30th november
if you are under 16 with small poems or art to share, please send around 10 pieces to—email@example.com, with ‘under 16s’ in the subject line. permission from a parent or guardian required if your work is selected for publication. work will be accepted on a rolling basis for publication in the online journal.
a new section of the journal focusing solely on collaborative poetry, sequences & linked verse poems (collaborative or solo). articles welcomed. work will be accepted on a rolling basis for publication in the online journal.
occasionally we accept ebooks, articles & other features to be showcased online for a limited period.
we do not send out rejections. you will only hear from us if & when your work has been selected for publication. submissions are stored for one month unless otherwise stated.
simultaneous submissions are accepted, as long as you notify us when a piece has been accepted elsewhere.
work previously published on social media permitted. however, please make a note of this in your email.
send your submission to: firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘SUBMISSION’ in capital letters followed by your name, in the subject line. please no attachments, except for images (jpeg preferred), rather copy and paste your poems into the body of the email.
a note regarding publication rights—
all rights revert to the respective author/artist upon publication. hedgerow retains the right to republish work either digitally or in print. no work featured here may be used, copied, sold or distributed elsewhere without the permission of the copyright holder. if your work is republished we would appreciate a mention if this was the first place of publication.