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We are very very proud of every one of our books – and are delighted that many of them have attracted the eye of award judges and reviewers too, and have been endorsed by people we deeply respect

2022 sees us publishing twelve pamphlets by SELIMA HILL

A Yorkshire based photography & poetry book in hardback and paperback by Bob Hamilton & Emma Storr – OFFCUMDENS

CHARLES FOSTER, author of Being a Beast, Being a Human, The Screaming Sky – his first novel – A little brown sea

A poetry pamphlet endorsed by Selma James – HOUSEĀ  WORK by Khadija Rouf

Martin Figura’s pamphlet on Social Care ~ Sixteen Sonnets for Care

and on VALENTINE’S DAY 2023 we launch love poems by Mario Petrucci~ Moonbird : love poems


Recent highlights below. But be aware – every one of our books is worth its weight in gold!


These Are The Hands – NHS poetry anthology including poems by Lemn Sissay, Wendy Cope, Michael Rosen, Sabrina Mahfouz – all profits to NHS Charities Together

Keith Chandler’s The Goldsmith’s Apprentice ~ WINNER of the International Rubery Award for Poetry 2018

Ted Hughes Award for new work in Poetry – winning PERSIANS by Kaite O’Reilly

DIVERSIFLY: poetry and art on Britain’s Urban Birds ~ shortlisted for the International Rubery Award for Poetry & longlisted for the Saboteur Awards Best anthology

#MeToo – a women’s anthology ~ WINNER of the Saboteur Awards Best Anthology; featured on BBC Radio 4’s Front Row; invited to hold events at a host of festivals and London Book Fair. Raising money for Women’s Aid and awareness and support for anyone who has endured sexual harassment or assault

Emma Purshouse’s children’s illustrated collection I Once Knew a Poem who Wore a Hat ~ WINNER of the International Rubery Award for Poetry 2016

Matthew Oates’ Beyond Spring – Wanderings through Nature ~ featured in the guardian’s list of Best Nature Books of 2017; shortlisted for BBC Countryfile magazines’s Best Country Book of the Year & shortlisted for the Richard Jeffries Award.

Charles Foster’s A little brown sea – author of Being a Beast and other acclaimed books, comes a novel about the sea, several creatures and a Greek philosopher

Paul Kielty’s Matt Hazard~Return of the Naive – endorsed by the renowned cartoonist Hunt Emerson