Submissions for issue 33 are now closed.
Issue 33 will be launched on
Fri June 28th 2013 at 6.30 pm
Submissions for issue 34 then open from July1st
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is published in spring, summer and autumn of each year.
are open in the month of: Nov for spring issue. March for summer issue.
July for autumn issue.
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Crannóg 32 now available for the Kindle. Click HERE
Crannóg magazine is ten years old since last autumn.
Issue 33 is due out June 28th.
It is now read and subscribed to on every continent.
Our cover price is still €6.00.* Issue 32 contains 10 short stories and
55 poems from Irish and International authors.
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In Crannóg 20, spring 2009, a poem was published entitled The Garden Next Door. It has been pointed out to us that this is a plagiarism, with some very minor changes, of The Garden As She Left It by Sarah Hannah from her collection, Inflorescence (Tupelo Press,2008)
The poem was published in good faith as being the original work of the submitter. We would like to draw attention to the caveat on our submissions page stating:
Submissions are accepted in good faith that they are the original work of the sender and that the attributed author is holder of copyright.
We apologise to the estate of Sarah Hannah and to Tupelo Press for inadvertently publishing this poem.
Out March 1st. Click on cover image to pre-order