‘Pack of Lies’ Review by LitFest Director Martin Driscoll

Roz Levens writes with a light touch but produces such heavy content!In her latest novel ‘Pack of Lies’ she creates an entwined ensemble of believable but wildly diverse characters, all linked by one man known to them all but with seemingly no ties to each other.The way Roz carefully, deviously, cleverly and forensically lays outContinue reading “‘Pack of Lies’ Review by LitFest Director Martin Driscoll”

2020 Anthologies

So good to have news about the Worcestershire LitFest and Black Pear Press anthologies for this year—both the Flash Fiction and the Young Writer anthologies are now available for pre-order, please click on the links below for details. The launch for the Flash Fiction anthology ‘Her Final Goodbye’ is at 4pm Sunday 29 November. TheContinue reading “2020 Anthologies”

My World—Gloucestershire Writers’ Network Competition Anthology 2020

As featured at The Cheltenham Literature Festival 2020, the 2020 Competition Winners’ Anthology on the theme of ‘My World’ is available. This wonderful anthology takes you from a reflection on the world‐view of an Anglo‐Saxon wanderer to the anxieties of a new mother trapped in a high‐rise flat; from the streets of an Italian city,Continue reading “My World—Gloucestershire Writers’ Network Competition Anthology 2020”

Sunita Thind—The Barging Buddhi and Other Poems—Virtual Book Launch

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”