A project run by Worcester Cathedral Poet-in-Residence Amanda Bonnick called for poems about the Cathedral and this pamphlet shows the response by Worcestershire poets. Poets featured in this pamphlet include: Amanda Bonnick, Michael W. Thomas, Mike Alma, David Pamment, Kevin Brooke, Steve Quick, Tim Cranmore, Leena Batchelor, Mark Kilburn, Brian Comber, Roz Levens, Charley Barnes,Continue reading “Call and Response with Worcester Cathedral”
Roz Levens’ debut novel ‘Pack of Lies’ was launched via Zoom in June 2020. Roz featured a quiz at her launch, a treat for her readers. Graham has taken one risk too many. Now he owes a lot of money to the wrong people, and he is running for his life. Will the women heContinue reading “Pack of Lies—Roz Levens”
A double treat for you: two book launches in one event. Olivia Camozzi will be launching her new novella, The Bad Birthdays Club, which won the University of Worcester Black Pear Press Prize for Fiction 2019. ‘An engrossing and thought-provoking story’, this books comes with a trigger warning as it deals with teenage suicide attemptsContinue reading “The Bad Birthdays Club–Olivia Camozzi”
Debut poet Sunita Thind explores the Indian, female perspective and gives an insight into Punjabi culture in the UK today. Poetry like this is not usually visible in the mainstream and provides readings of lush and exotic imaginings. Drawing immensely from her dual Punjabi and UK heritage to display poems layered in dense imagery, aContinue reading “Sunita Thind—The Barging Buddhi and Other Poems—Virtual Book Launch”
We are saddened by the loss of our dear friend and valued poet Kieran Davis. His most recent publication is his legacy. Remembering him with love. Legacy—Kieran Davis
And today we celebrate the publication of the eBook ‘Pressed Flowers’ poetry anthology pamphlet – happy days! To get your copy click here.
To celebrate the forthcoming eBook version of ‘Pressed Flowers’ click here to see contributor Sarah Leavesley aka Sarah James YouTube video of ‘Speaking with Flowers’ featured in the pamphlet.
Watching Grandma is Jordan’s first book for small children and describes how his Grandma came to Britain and the difference it made to family life. £7.00 +P&P UK customers can get their copy here: Non-UK customers can get their copy here: About the author Born in Birmingham, England Jordan is a junior doctor training inContinue reading “New Author Jordan A. Daniels”