Annie Kerr writes every day with a pen and paper, mostly when out and about rather than sitting at a desk. She finds inspiration in the wild places of Britain and the quirkiness of her adopted home town of Brighton. Her poetry has appeared in various online journals and has seen some success in competitions. She has recently risen to the challenge of reading some of it in public. She works as a musician and has a blog called Inkhaven.
We once again welcome submissions of poetry for our ebook series, chapbooks and blog. We like innovative, experimental and avant-garde work in particular. If it makes us smile with pleasure then it's sure to get published.
Send your submissions to email@example.com in either rtf or doc format, or if submitting for the blog then in the body of an email will do.
All poems and photos put here by them are the copyright and usual things of them. That is the red ceilings. All other bits are part of those who did what they were doing. Etc and Etc. more than that we think. Probably so. Therefore they are theirs not ours.