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David Nicholls endorses NHS anthology!

also available from here if you buy one copy we donate £2.21 to NHS charities together If for example you buy 4 books, we can then donate £17.86!! (am ordering them direct from printers each time so obvs save money on shipping and handling fees on bulk orders)   I love David Nicholls’ writing. Well […]

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ALL LAUNCHES CANCELLED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS BUT BOOK VERY MUCH AVAILABLE – CLICK HERE   Everyone are Welcome to Waterstones Tottenham Court Road for a book launch of THESE ARE THE HANDS – an NHS poetry anthology ABOUT the NHS and written BY the NHS staff Waterstones are celebrating World Poetry Day by inviting you […]

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Deborah Alma launches poetry collection. May 29th

I haven’t published Deborah Alma (aka the emergency poet)’s first collection of poetry… Nine Arches Press has that lucky honour. But I know that many of you have already enjoyed her Emma Press pamphlet True Tales from the Countryside. She is a good friend and we just worked together on the #MeToo poetry anthology… so […]

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Fair Acre Press at London Book Fair

I am very excited to have had Fair Acre Press invited to showcase our books at The London Book Fair this year     As their website says: A Global Event in The Creative Capital of the World Dates: 10-12 April 2018 The London Book Fair is the global marketplace for rights negotiation and the sale […]

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#MeToo in The Bookseller magazine

Home  News  #MeToo poetry anthology set for Women’s Day release #MeToo poetry anthology set for Women’s Day release Published February 7, 2018 by Natasha Onwuemezi Indie publisher Fairacre Press is to publish a new collection of poems born out of the “collective rage” of the #MeToo campaign. The anthology, which will be introduced by Labour MP Jess Phillips, […]

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A personal blog – on a wonderful pamphlet

Earlier this afternoon I had written the essential emails for the day, and just thought I would peek between the covers of my newest poetry acquisition. I knew I liked the poems as I had heard Deborah Alma read some of them alongside Cape poet James Sheard last night at the wonderful Mid Wales Arts […]

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