An extraordinary fortnightly
Suffolk Poetry Society newsletter
for extraordinary times.
Submissions to Ripples are welcome via firstname.lastname@example.org
Please limit your submissions to just one of the sections each month.
All poetry submissions will be moderated anonymously.
Comments, offers of help, fresh ideas – also welcome
Click here for Full Submission Guidelines
In this issue Ivor Murrell shares a favourite poem. Click here to read ‘As the Team’s Head-Brass’ by Edward Thomas.
If you have a favourite poem you’d like to share and tell us why you like it, please send a copy of your favourite poem along with your comments (max 500 words) as a document attachment (Word.DOCX preferred) to email@example.com
Click here to read a selection of poems from Suffolk Poetry Society members. Plus one ‘For a Ripple of Laughter’.
If you would like to share your poems here, please send one poem in duplicate as a document attachment (Word.DOCX preferred) firstname.lastname@example.org. Put your name at the top of one copy and leave the second copy blank so it can be sent anonymously to the referees.
Full submission guidelines here
A section for whatever Ripples readers want to share with / or challenge other readers
Sheila Lockhart rises to the Conjoined Poem challenge from Colin Whyles, and Jacques Groen answers Fran Reader’s challenge to write an Erosion poem. Click here
If you would like to submit a short article please submit up to 500 words as a document attachment (Word.DOCX preferred) about an aspect of your life in poetry or other creative writing or your experience of life as a creative writer in the time of covid-19 to email@example.com
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