|Last year’s poetry book fair in full swing|
Monday, 5 September 2016
Monday, 25 July 2016
A very nice review in the new issue of Lunar Poetry of Katrina Naomi’s pamphlet Hooligans by Gram Joel Davies
Hooligans is a timely book, hopefully a timeless one. A small collection which distils everyday heroism to a courageous liquor. While today, celebrity speakers chauvinistically urge us to spurn our voting rights, voices raised from the past still mock, argue, insist – and refuse to be quieted. Thanks to Naomi’s work, names which have become museum pieces are made personal again, their dismissal as unconscionable now as ever before.
Well-deserved, we say. It can be ordered online here.
Monday, 20 June 2016
Wednesday, 27 April 2016
|Nicholas Murray, Michèle Roberts, and Deirdre Shanahan in the City Lit|
Student Centre on 25th April
Monday, 8 February 2016
Each pamphlet has been individually numbered and signed by its author which makes this a unique set and you save £5 by buying all four together.
Friday, 29 January 2016
|Martina Evans reading from Watch|
The four new poets of 2016 reading on the evening their pamphlets were launched at the Art Workers' Guild in Bloomsbury
|John Greening reading from Nebamun's Tomb|
|Eve Grubin reading from The House of Our First Loving|
|Andrew McCulloch reading from Strange, Such Strength|