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Science & Nature Themed Submissions

We are now accepting Haiku, Tanka, Science, and Nature Poetry submissions to our site. It seems there’s a shortage of websites, and literary journals for that matter, that accept and encourage these types of poetry, which saddens us deeply.

We’re also on the lookout for any similarly themed art. This includes photography, drawings, recordings, and anything else in-between. So if you have material that doesn’t quite ‘fit’ into a category, that’s OK.

Articles and essays related to nature, wildlife, or science are welcome too.

Unfortunately, we cannot pay you anything at present, and we do not guarantee publication. However, we will consider all submissions carefully.

Traditional (5-7-5 Haiku, 5-7-5-7-7 Tanka) and free-form styles are both fine. We try to keep an open mind.

What we want:

  1. Any Haiku, Tanka, or other form of micro-poetry.
  2. Any length Nature/Environmental themed poetry.
  3. Any Science or Technology themed poetry.
  4. Art, video, or photographs.
  5. Articles and essays about any aspect of nature, science, or the environment.


As the author, you keep all rights to your work, and can request its removal at anytime. We reserve the right to promote it via social media, email etc.

So, if you have any Haiku sitting around without a home…

Send them to:

  1. Paste poem(s) or other written material in the body of the email, along with the name you wish it credited to. Send images as attachments.
  2. Please include ‘Submission’ in the subject line.
  3. Expect an ‘accepted’ or ‘declined’ email within about a month.

You can direct any questions to the same address.

Kate Alsbury | Editor


‘Life Line’ By Akka Ballenger Constantin

Akka Ballenger Constantin


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A Quote By Lewis Carrol

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From “A Boat Beneath A Sunny Sky”

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A Quote By Hal Borland

A Quote By John Muir

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A Quote By Hans Christian Anderson

‘Skylarks’ By Gareth Culshaw


From “Birds Through The Year” London, T.C. & E.C. Jack, LTD. 1922 


From afar they are a cloud
of gnats. Bouncing off the land.
The telephone wire holds them
like beads of rain on a washing line.
Syllables race between their claws
surges into their wings,
a shoal, a gathering, a mosaic
of shattered pieces
before they rest on the floor,
becoming just another flock


                             of beaks, wings.


Gareth lives in Wales. He is an aspiring writer with his first collection out in April 2018 by futurecycle. 

‘Between Nant FFrancon’ By Gareth Culshaw


‘Fall of the Ogwen, in Nant Frangon, Caernarvonshire’ By Henry G. Gastineau & H. Lacey, Engraver, 1831


Between Nant Ffrancon

It was here
              inside the ‘U’
where ice had once shipped
itself to the sea leaving
a wound of rock.
Above ground moraine
above kettle holes
above the cirque
between the once tongues of ice
that had licked the valley.
At first,  swept coal dust,
then a bee like movement
flexed the stillness,
waved the height of peaks
up and
before being kneaded by the valley’s
shoulders,  settling
into my brains fabric
growing with every step
             as I walked slowly
                           slowly away.



Gareth lives in Wales. He is an aspiring writer with his first collection out in April 2018 by futurecycle. 




Stone structures at the southern end of the glaciated valley. Photo By Mat Fascione, Creative Commons License.



Dry-Stone Wall, Nant Ffrancon
Alongside the Lôn Las Ogwen Cycle Path.’ Photo By Ian Taylor, Creative Commons License.



‘Nant Francon’ By Edward Pugh & Thomas Cartwright, Engraver