New Feature – Why I Wrote This Poem
Ever wondered about the origins of your favourite OHF poems? This month, Open Heart Forgery is introducing a new opportunity for poets to share the background/inspiration behind their published works. Send us a short explanation or reflection on your OHF poem (max 100 words), and we will feature it in our next e-newsletter and on our website with the poem. Recently posted for April 2018 and November 2020, as well as December 2020.
The Tenth Anniversary Anthology is available at these local stores:
- Bookmark II on Spring Garden Rd. https://bookmanager.com/1163574/?q=h
- Atlantic News on Morris St. http://www.atlanticnews.ns.ca/
- Dartmouth Book Exchange on Cole Harbour Rd. – https://dartmouthbookexchange.ca/
- King’s Co-op Bookstore (currently accepting online orders only) https://www.kingsbookstore.ca/
You can also obtain it directly from us – please use the contact form below.
“They Call Me Inspiration: Open Heart Abroad”
OHF contributor Ron Gillis also writes songs, and he is kindly donating all proceeds from digital sales of his album “They Call Me Inspiration: Open Heart Abroad” to the anthology project. The songs are written by Ron and performed by Cape Breton musician Kenny Walsh. To purchase a digital copy of album or individual songs, go to www.openheartforgery.bandcamp.com
462 HRM Authors, ages 8 to 87
1868 poems in 99 issues, since March 2010
Plus 33 poems, from 12 authors, in 13 communities, for OHF Abroad.
Contact Us / Submit a Poem
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To submit a concrete or shaped poem, or any poem where special typography is required, please use the form below to request an email address for your submission.