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We prefer submissions to be made via this email link

Submit either in the body text of this email or with a single attachment as an MS-word file. Please don't include frames and put your snail-mail address in the body of the email.

WE STRONGLY ADVISE YOU TO READ OUR 'PAST ISSUES' SECTION
BEFORE YOU SUBMIT TO THE ERBACCE JOURNAL.

Also: remember that our hard copy version is set out in A5 format. Consider this when sending any submissions that have small text (or alternately VERY large text).

Please submit five pages of poetry in one single MS Word document plus a name and a snail-mail (postal) address within the email and NOTHING ELSE (no index, photos, or other info about yourself.) No poems enclosed in 'frames' will be read. We will respond within 48 hours normally. If your work is to be published at any stage we will notify you by email. Poems not accepted for the next journal due to backlogs or the Journal already being complete may be held over to appear in future editions.

YOU MUST INCLUDE IN THE BODY OF YOUR EMAIL
A SNAIL-MAIL (postal) ADDRESS WITH EVERY SUBMISSION

IF YOU DON'T THEN YOUR WORK WILL NOT BE READ

If you desire to send by snail-mail we will accept such submissions but remember that this will involve us typing up your documents, this can be a laborious process and if your layout is radical we may not have the technical ability to reproduce it ‘as-is’.

IF you decide to send by snail-mail please ensure you include a s.a.e. otherwise (unless your work is so utterly exceptional that we feel it needs to be read by everyone on the Globe) we’ll bin it. The address for snail-mail submissions is:

    Dr Andrew Taylor
  5 Farrell Close
  Melling
  Liverpool
  L31 1BU
  UK

 

NOTE; we do not accept submissions (but will consider proposals) from May each year through to December (inclusive) when we will be busy with the annual erbacce-prize for poetry. For details about this please visit our sister site HERE

erbacce derives from the Italian word for ‘weed’;

we intend to spread, take over the garden,
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