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Tom Wentworth’s Burke & Hare is out!!

Its publication date is on January 21st – but advance copies are now available if you click here There’s an awful lot of bodies in Edinburgh, they’re just not dead yet Pitch-black and wickedly funny… Tom Wentworth’s writing pitches the title characters’ nefarious deeds as a thrilling yarn rather than a cautionary tale.  The Stage A […]

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David Morley endorses!

New poetry and art pamphlet by Stella Wulf David Morley says: Stella Wulf’s A Spell in the Woods contains powerful, compelling poems of natural observation: of seeing and listening to the world around us and recreating their second life in language. David Cooke adds: In A Spell in the Woods, Stella Wulf shows herself to be a worthy […]

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On the radio!

This is a lovely radio programme about books – and one reader recommends These Are The Hands NHS poetry anthology which is very lovely Wishing you a good new year! Nadia x

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Tom Wentworth’s Real Deal reviewed

I don’t know if you saw the Crip Tales series on BBC? or BBC America? I thoroughly recommend them! They are a series of 6 monologues written by writers with disabilities, performed by actors with disabilities about people with disabilities. And obviously you can still find them on BBC iplayer I think they are ground […]

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A video of John Mills’ poem

Hi everyone here is a little video on youtube in which I read a poem from John Mills’ No Guiding Star There is also a wonderful youtube video of the launch event which includes John Mills with 3 very special guests – Helen Mort, James Sheard and Clare Shaw on the Fair Acre Press youtube […]

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12th Nov – 1 hr free poetry zoom

Hi everyone We are delighted to launch Steph Morris’s new poetry pamphlet with the helps of some poetry friends NOVEMBER 12th 7to8pm zoom register to get the zoom link here it is free you can buy an advance copy here There is a front seat with your name on it! Nadia x

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