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Waterstones Birmingham stocks our books!

If you walk a short way from New Street Station in Birmingham to 24-26 High Street – you will find a gorgeous bookshop: Waterstones I was so surprised and delighted by it – no wonder they have over twenty thousand people visiting the shop EVERY week. (This branch opened a year ago) It has six […]

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I Once Knew a Poem who Wore a Hat Launches

Catherine Pascall Moore was at the Publishers Space of Wenlock Poetry Festival 2016 with a giant cardboard ‘Figgy’, postcards, bookmarks, and gorgeous framed original pictures from the book I Once Knew a Poem who Wore a Hat. Later she joined Emma Purshouse for the official launch of the book –  in the Wenlock Poetry Festival’s Children’s Tent – […]

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I once knew a poem who wore a Hat reviews

REVIEWS It is stunning. I’d seen draft pages, but they didn’t prepare me for the impact of the colour and the pics and the poems – a real knockout. Hope it does well in schools – could bring them a little shaft of light amid the gloom. Paul Francis – Poet and Retired Teacher It […]

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Book News here at Fair Acre Press

Sitting Ducks by Lisa Blower should arrive by courier at both Lisa, and Fair Acre Press’ door on 26th February Its official publication date is not until April 28th 2016 but it can be pre-ordered at Wenlock Books (go here) It is a wonderful novel of a family at the time of the 2010 election, […]

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A Winter Solstice Cheer !!

Thank you all so very much for your interest and support – in sharing, retweeting, and pledging money to our Kickstarter campaign – which closes in a couple of hours but has already reached its target… and beyond !! I can’t tell you how grateful and humbled I am by your support – and so […]

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help !

As some of you will know I am currently running a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter – to raise some of the money needed to publish a WONDERFUL children’s poetry book – with poems by Emma Purshouse, and illustrator Catherine Pascall Moore. Up until now I have personally paid for all publications at Fair Acre Press – but […]

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Fancy sponsoring a Children’s poetry book?

I am currently running a crowdfunding (kickstarter) campaign to raise money to help with the costs of printing a children’s poetry book:  I am personally funding the printing of the book – because I am so proud and happy to be able to – and because the poems are tried and tested in front of […]

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