This week's news from our turbulent little world...
Calls for submissions
Hobo Camp Review is open for submissions for their Spring issue, check their submissions page here.
Turbulence is seeking submissions for issue 16, for details of how to submit your work click here.
Valley Press is seeking submissions for its upcoming Yorkshire-themed anthology, to be edited by Miles Salter. Check out their call for submissions for full details.
The launch of Andy Fletcher's new collection, How to be a Bomb, will take place at Hull Central Library on 10th February.
Speakers' Corner, an open mic for poets, storytellers and spoken word performers will take place on 10th February at the Golden Ball, York. This month's featured guest is Hannah Stone.
Wendy Pratt is running The Word Shop every Thursday afternoon, a weekly workshop series in Gristhorpe, North Yorks.
Michael Mc Aloran's new collection, breath(en) flux is out now from Hesterglock Press.
Sabotage Reviews features Bethany W. Pope's review of Wendy Pratt's latest pamphlet, Lapstrake. The pamphlet is available now from Flarestack Poets.
Issue 223 of Ambit is out now, featuring a poem from Ariel Dawn.
The Journal #47 is out now, including poetry from: David Andrew, Laura Chalar, Jim Conwell, Clive Donovan, Fred Johnston and Robert Nisbet.
Nutshells and Nuggets features a poem by Rose Cook.
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