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An Ungreetings Xmas e-card – with disclaimer!

DISCLAIMER: do not click on this image if you have a heart condition, a nervous disposition, or a deep love of yuletide Watch out 2019! As…Fair Acre Press will be bringing you a series of kieltyascharged UNGREETINGS CARDS WARNING: all other cards will be:1. real rather than e-cards2. available to buy, and 3. less offensive!!!

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#MeToo poetry anthology UPDATE

It is the one year anniversary of the conception of the #MeToo poetry anthology. If you have read and liked the book – we would very much appreciate an amazon review – to increase the book’s visibility – to reach a wider audience plus every penny made on book sales we are donating to the […]

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Review of DIVERSIFLY

There is a great new review out about DIVERSIFLY – by Sue Mackrell: The wonderful art and poetry book on the Urban Birds of Britain that was longlisted for the Saboteur anthology award (which was won by Fair Acre Press’ #MeToo poetry anthology!) and shortlisted for the International Rubery Award for Poetry (which was won […]

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Here is the Painting by Pixels Exhibition

Here are some photos of the Painting by Pixels exhibition which was held at Qube Gallery, Oswestry during August 2018 You are seeing artwork by Giancarlo Facchinetti, Nadia Kingsley, Isaac, Paul Kielty, students from Derwen College and members of Designs in Mind We were very pleased by the comments left at Qube gallery, the comments […]

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Matt Hazard is not just for Xmas…

… but he will certainly make a great Xmas present 🙂 🙂 🙂 (see what I did there?) This is Fair Acre Press’ first foray into cartoons.. but I can reassure you it will certainly not be the last go on… Meet Matt Hazard… An ordinary guy trying not to be defined by his job. “Some […]

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Charles Bennett’s THAW is out!

Do you like Nature Poetry at its best?   Then you will love Charles Bennett’s new poetry pamphlet THAW … “It’s difficult to imagine poems that listen more closely than these to the ‘green music’ of the natural world.” Katharine Towers “Charles Bennett writes so beautifully: a poet who really seems to have his own kingdom, […]

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A review blog by John Field…

.. on Keith Chandler’s award-winning collection The Goldsmith’s Apprentice: “Chandler’s portraits of working men and women transcend oppression and celebrate the workers’ skill and spirit. ‘Chemo Nurse’ sings with authenticity, recreating the banter of a brilliant bedside manner.  There’s a tremendous amount going on within the collection’s 67 pages. ‘The Executioner’s Tale’, based on the […]

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