Spring 2015 Edition
The Spring Edition of Menacing Hedge has launched! It is packed with dark and visceral stories, poems and prose poems guaranteed to dilate your eyes and chill your flesh. It also includes an interview by Juliet Cook of Michelle Detorie's AFTER-CAVE and a review of Sandra Marchetti's début collection, Confluence, by Alessandra Bava.
Fiction contributors include Eleanor Levine, Dan Morey, Christopher D. DiCicco, Sean Pravica, and Dino Parenti.
Poetry contributors include Alessandra Bava, Alyse Bensel, Rebecca Cook, Kevin Dublin, Melanie Figg, C. Kubasta, Len Kuntz, Nils Michals, Grant Gerald Miller, Alison Stagner, Jen Stein and Sonya Vatomsky.
This edition was produced by:
Kelly Boyker: Poetry editor
Craig Wallwork: Fiction editor
Gio Guillemette: Technical director and paperwork dealer-wither
Dickens: Chief of paperwork interference and specialist in rendering all untethered small objects to the Taking Things Place, wherever that is.
Menacing Hedge is a quarterly journal of poetry, fiction and artwork, which is committed to fostering access to emerging and experimental poetry and prose. Ongoing publication is scheduled for the first weeks of July, October, January, and April. Menacing Hedge will carefully archive all its editions to ensure that an author's/artist's work will remain on the web for many, many years to come. Regrettably, Menacing Hedge cannot pay its contributors at this time.
Menacing Hedge accepts only original unpublished literary work; however, it will consider literary work on a case-by-case basis if it has appeared only in print but never on the web. In the case of art and photography, it is acceptable if the piece has appeared on the artist's website or elsewhere.
Upon acceptance of a literary piece, Menacing Hedge obtains first publishing rights and then all rights revert to the author. Menacing Hedge requests that if a published piece is later published elsewhere, that Menacing Hedge will be credited with first publication. Also, Menacing Hedge reserves the right to publish the piece in print.
If we decide to accept your work, we will also invite you to submit one of your most cringeworthy efforts from the misty past to Menacing Hedge's evil twin, Scary Bush. Please see the Scary Bush page for examples.