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'UNCUFFED' By PAUL ANTHONY ASSOCIATES
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An Anthology from retired and serving police officers from the United Kingdom and the United States of America whose collective experiences are almost too many to count. This has resulted in an... More > eclectic mixture of short stories, poems, rhyming narrative and other short works which stretch from fantasy and young adult, to romantic through to satire and gritty crime thrillers. There is something for everyone. From literary prose to contemporary procedurals, there is a wonderful depth and array of reading pleasures here waiting to be consumed. Showcasing writers from both sides of the Atlantic – some already published, and some soon to be so – this only whets the appetite of what is still to come. With proceeds going to a fine charity – 'COPS' – (Care of Police Survivors) which tirelessly help survivors of officers who have lost their lives protecting us all.< Less
Sticking to My Footsteps By Femrite Writers
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Sticking to my Footsteps is a collection of new writings – poetry, fiction and life writing – from members of the Femrite Women Writers Association in Kampala, Uganda. The work was... More > brought forward to a series of editorial workshops led by Graham Mort from Lancaster University (UK) in April 2012, where it became the focus for collective debate and development. Following the workshops, an editorial panel was set up from within Femrite to bring the work to finished form. This anthology forms the first publication developed as a collaboration between Femrite and the Centre for Transcultural writing and Research at Lancaster University. It brings forward a range of new and established voices and indicates something of the thematic range, concerns, creative energy and vision developing in Ugandan writing in the early twenty-first century.< Less
NOTHING TO SAY catalogue By Dan Holloway
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A cross section of contemporary poetry from the UK and beyond. Performance poetry from one of London's leading slam poets Errol McGlashan sits side by side with surrealism from Jared Joseph, lyrical... More > feminism from Anna Percy, art poetry from P A Levy and conceptual poetry form Dan Holloway, woven together by an engagement both with issues facing life in the 21st century and a literary tradition reaching back millennia.< Less
The Commons By Hare-Raising Digest
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The Commons is the first Hare-Raising Digest from Waterhare Press. This anthology of poetry delves into the lives of different people from various backgrounds. It takes note of the struggles and... More > disillusionment that is being felt worldwide. The Commons demands change. Featuring various writers such as Hannah Linden, John Philips, Gloucestershire Poet Laureate Brenda Read-Brown, and Forward Prize nominee Steve Spence. The Commons also shines a light on up and coming talent from the UK and around the world.< Less
Going On By Juncture 25
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We are a group of writers based around the county town of Somerset, UK. Across ages and styles, we come together for the purpose of mutual inspiration, critical feedback and public performance, with... More > a view to revitalising poetry in all its forms. Founded in 2010, we are a fusion of different backgrounds, sharing a common wish: to write well. With members of all ages, from twenties to nineties, we have a mixed approach that covers both the classical and the contemporary; the political and the homely; the sharp and the surreal – but conjoining to make the singular happening that is Juncture 25.< Less
Going On By Juncture 25
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We are a group of writers based around the county town of Somerset, UK. Across ages and styles, we come together for the purpose of mutual inspiration, critical feedback and public performance, with... More > a view to revitalising poetry in all its forms. Founded in 2010, we are a fusion of different backgrounds, sharing a common wish: to write well. With members of all ages, from twenties to nineties, having a mixed approach that covers both the classical and the contemporary; the political and the homely; the sharp and the surreal – but conjoining to make the singular happening that is Juncture 25.< Less
Words and Pictures By Francois Boutemy & Emma Young
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Words & Pictures a collection of photographs and contemporary verse, from the roots of urban living, festivals and protest. Pictures by Francois Boutemy, as his third self produced... More > publication. http://www.zdo9.co.uk< Less
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The Speech Of The Chimera By Jack Oughton
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The Speech of the Chimera is a little idea which slowly became a book. Within it's pages, the poems curate a wondrous collection of pictures. 2 years in the making, The Speech Of The Chimera is a... More > collaborative effort between Jack, the poet and project organiser, and a diverse collection of visual artists, who were given his poems to interpret in their own unique, wonderful styles. The text is unconventional; sometimes witty, light and humorous, other times sickeningly bleak and brooding. With a style that meanders from paradoxical koans to childish rhyme, and many things in between, there is something in the text for every reader. The images are equally varied; ranging from vibrant and open watercolours, to harsh posterised images. Things suffering in shadowy rooms. True fans of outsider and experimental art are advised to explore the book for themselves. All proceeds from the book go to the charity, Cancer Research UK, so when you buy you know you are supporting many good causes indeed.< Less
The Speech Of The Chimera By Jack Oughton
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The Speech of the Chimera is a little idea which slowly became a book. Within it's pages, the poems curate a wondrous collection of pictures. 2 years in the making, The Speech Of The Chimera is a... More > collaborative effort between Jack, the poet and project organiser, and a diverse collection of visual artists, who were given his poems to interpret in their own unique, wonderful styles. The text is unconventional; sometimes witty, light and humorous, other times sickeningly bleak and brooding. With a style that meanders from paradoxical koans to childish rhyme, and many things in between, there is something in the text for every reader. The images are equally varied; ranging from vibrant and open watercolours, to harsh posterised images. Things suffering in shadowy rooms. True fans of outsider and experimental art are advised to explore the book for themselves. All proceeds from the book go to the charity, Cancer Research UK, so when you buy you know you are supporting many good causes indeed.< Less

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