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 Stephanie Conn's debut collection, The Woman on the Other Side (Diore Press) will take place on 11th March at the Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast at 8pm.
Susan Evans is featuring at the Angry Manifesto Readings at Cross Hands in Fishponds, Bristol on 24th February from 8pm and at Girlfriend in a Comma at the Full Stop Cafe, Brick Lane, London on 25th February. Check out her facebook page for more details.
Chris Stewart will be testing out a new dramatic dialogue at the ARCADE Scratch Night at ARC in Stockton on 9th March. The night starts at 7pm and more details can be found here and Chris can be tweeted @sideburnedpoet.
Mary McCollum's debut collection, "Heart on the Water", will be published as a signed, limited-edition and as an ebook by Dancing Sisters on March 1st.
Andy Fletcher's new collection, How To Be A Bomb, is out now and is available from Wrecking Ball Press.
Venues and Installations
If you're planning a trip to Perthshire this year The Corbenic Poetry Path is well worth a visit. The 3km path not only takes in Highland scenery but also poetry carvings, etchings and burnings from some of Scotland's most active poets, including Jon Plunkett
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