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Sacred Symphony
Wednesday, 29 July 2020 12:22

Sacred Symphony

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Sacred Symphony is a new collection of poems on life in inner-city Dublin by Karl Parkinson, with images by Peter O'Doherty, ISBN: 978-1-912710-33-1 It is introduced by Father Peter McVerry, who writes this in the Introduction: Those who are economically unproductive are considered a drain on the economy, undeserving of…
A Kist of Thistles
Monday, 15 June 2020 09:35

A Kist of Thistles

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A Kist of Thistles: An anthology of radical poetry from contemporary Scotland, edited by Jim Aitken, with images by Fiona Stewart. 196 pps. ISBN: 978-1-912710-32-4 A Kist of Thistles is a new anthology of radical Scottish poetry. It is edited and introduced by Jim Aitken, an Edinburgh-based writer and lecturer,…
Almarks
Thursday, 30 April 2020 10:17

Almarks

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Almarks: an Anthology of Radical Poetry from Shetland edited by Jim Mainland and Mark Ryan Smith, with images by Michael Peterson ISBN: 978-1-912710-20-1 What is radical poetry? And can it change anything? The poems in ‘Almarks’ are radical in different ways. Some are explicitly political in content, while others are…
Onward / Ymlaen!
Tuesday, 11 February 2020 16:42

Onward / Ymlaen!

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Onward / Ymlaen! An anthology of radical poetry from contemporary Wales 170 pps., edited by Mike Jenkins, with a Foreword from Mark Serwotka, General Secretary of PCS, and with images by Gustavius Payne £5 for ebook, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for details This new and unique anthology has poetry in both Welsh…
Witches, Warriors, Workers
Tuesday, 11 February 2020 16:31

Witches, Warriors, Workers

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Witches, Warriors, Workers: An anthology of contemporary working women’s poetry, 192pps., £9 plus £3 p. and p. ISBN: 978-1-912710-19-5 This new anthology focuses on themes which reflect the texture and preoccupations of working women in contemporary Britain. There are 65 contributors of all ages, working across a variety of poetic…
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