DREICH is a not for profit organisation dedicated to promoting and publishing  poets and poetry 

DREICH is now a PDF magazine (from Season 9)

Contributors can buy a print copy at a reduced rate and anyone else can get one as normal.

SEASON 8 will be sent as a PDF to overseas contributors and as a print copy as normal to UK contributors. There may be an overlap as Season 9 comes in on a rolling publication basis whilst Season 8 continues 

Home of The Summer Anywhere Festival

Poetry For all

About Hybrid

Hybrid began life as multi arts organisation set up by Kevin Cadwallender incorporating Drama, Circus Skills, Facepainting, Dance, Music, Film and Poetry publishing circa 1988. 

Hybrid Magazine ran for 11 issues and included many great poets including Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Julia Darling, Brendan Cleary, David Bateman, Geoff Stevens, Ally May, Andy Darlington, Linda France, Stephen Yelverton, James Oates, Glyn Wright, Keith Armstrong, Tom Kelly, Vera Kulkarni, Jill Maughan, Sue Johns, Alicia Stubbersfield, Patricia Pogson, Geoffrey Holloway, Dave Ward, Mark Robinson, William Park, Mike Jenkins, B.Z.Niditch, Mary N. Bell, Steve Sneyd,Maggie York, William Oxley, JohnPaul O’Neill, Steven Waling, John Ward, Paul Summers,David Crystal, Gerald England, David B. Calder, Kevin Cadwallender, Alan C. Brown and literally hundreds more…

The Summer Anywhere Festival was first held over 3 days in September 2022 and hosted many fabulous poets and singer songwriters and musicians. It was initially held in The Living Memory Associations ‘Wee Hub’ in the former Debenhams in Ocean Terminal, Edinburgh.

2023 saw the festival start out in its original home and then move to venues near and far in Edinburgh, Leith, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Glasgow, Prestonpans,  Strichen, Salford, Scarborough & Salford in cooperation with Greenfields Festival, The Lit & Phil, Poems Not Bombs (Forest Poets), The Northern Poets Society, Teviot Alcove and Like a blot from the blue. 

Jack Caradoc is the editorial Nom De Guerre of the poet Kevin Cadwallender.