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Join us for David Calcutt’s launch event 28th June!

“The Last of the Light is not the Last of the Light” Launch Event Thursday 28th June 19:00 at Birmingham Waterstones  – Free to attend available to buy from Fair Acre Press now, or at event for £9.99 This is David Calcutt’s first full poetry collection! Book Launch. Waterstones, Birmingham, Thursday 28th June starts at 7pm     ​ […]

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David Calcutt’s first poetry collection launches

The last of the light is not the last of the light by David Calcutt Published by Fair Acre Press Book Launch. Waterstones, Birmingham, Thursday 28th June​, 7pm. Hosted by Jonathan Davidson​ supported by readings from: Helen Calcutt, Roz Goddard and Nadia Kingsley ​with music from: Glen Buglass.   Free entry. Food and drink.   “The […]

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Looking ahead to 2018

 A Happy New Year everyone! I do hope this finds you well, warm, and encouraged by the start of a new year x I just wanted to let you know a few things to expect from Fair Acre Press in 2018 – details will follow over the months. I am so delighted and excited about […]

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Two for joy: DIVERSIFLY BLOG #10

About ten years ago, I was an eBay addict – when I opened one of my impulse buys I made myself jump out of my skin… it was a taxidermied magpie. Perhaps because of the song* – I ended up buying two. As I write this I wonder if I have grown in some way […]

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Podcast on Poet David Calcutt

Welcome ! Here is a podcast with poet David Calcutt How would you write about – the nature of a trout as sensed by a fisherman, a magpie if you saw it killing a chick, or two dead badgers at the side of a road? In conversation with Nadia Kingsley, David Calcutt reads and discusses some […]

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Why Maligned Species?

Why are we running this project? Our editor, Nadia Kingsley noticed that, when she was editing our very first book Shropshire Butterflies – a poetic and artistic guide to the butterflies of Shropshire that there is an accepted general love for butterflies, and a general dislike for moths – some of which are far more […]

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