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Sphinx review of Fan-peckled!

How wonderful to read this glowing report of Fan-peckled by Sphinx/HappenStance! It is hard to choose a line from it – you can read the full review here But – “Katy Alston’s gorgeous illustrations combine with Jean Atkin’s well-tuned ear to recreate a bygone age I can’t help but yearn for as I read the […]

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A pamphlet is born!

Happy Birth Day to this wonderful pamphlet!!! Endorsed by John Suchet and Andrew McMillan and already one wonderful review in its cot  – this touching beautifully written pamphlet about Beethoven, and a Mum and her son is well worth the read! More about it if you click here Nadia x

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Review of Liz Lefroy’s Beethoven pamphlet!

Thank you so much to Jonathan Taylor at everybody’s reviewing, and Elizabeth Chell the reviewer for a wonderful, thoughtful, insightful review of Liz Lefroy’s new pamphlet – due out on June 4th 2021 “Liz Lefroy’s pamphlet of poetry is innovative, beautifully composed and is as unique as Beethoven himself.” To read the full review click […]

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Paul Francis review! – Write Out Loud

Greg Freeman at Write Out Loud has written a review of Rescue from the Dark by Paul Francis! He says “Paul Francis has employed skill, empathy and imagination in channelling his anger at the newspaper reports he reads daily into poetry of reason and resonance.” You can read the full review here You can read […]

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Free NATUREY zoom event May 16th!

Please join us for this free zoom event on May 16th 6pm to 7pm! Carl Tomlinson’s poetry pamphlet Changing Places is already The Countryman’s magazine’s recommended reading And Lancashire Life magazine are running a TRIPLE page spread about him and his pamphlet in their June Issue! Carl and I are so delighted that Helen Mort, […]

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JOHN SUCHET endorses Liz Lefroy pamphlet!!

I was already delighted to be publishing Liz Lefroy again but then JOHN SUCHET said this of the pamphlet: “This collection of poems is almost as much about Vienna as it is about Beethoven. By recognising that Beethoven was moulded by the city in which he spent his entire adult life, Liz Lefroy not only […]

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