An Outbreak of Peace: Stories and Poems in response to the End of WWI
8th November 2018
978-1-909208-66-7 Paperback 129×198
London Launch: Housmans Bookshop 7pm Wednesday 14th November with readings from Clare Owen, CB Droege, Katy Darby, Chantal Heaven (fiction) Karen Ankers, Valerie Bence, Peter Kenny, Sarah Tait (Poetry) Details here!
Manchester Launch: Blackwells Bookshop 6.30 30th November with readings from Ness Owen, Sarah Tait, Mantz Yorke (Poetry) Lily Peters, Rebecca Skipwith (Fiction) Details here!
Reading by Clare Owen at Lost in books, Quay Street, Lostwithiel, PL22 0BS on 16th November 2018 (time to be confirmed)
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November 2018 marks the centenary of the end of World War I. After all the commemorative works of art over the past four years, we felt it was important to reflect on what comes after – an outbreak of peace, and what that meant to the combatants and those left at home. This wide-ranging collection brings together stories and poems from many countries, on both sides of the 1914-18 conflict, finding their inspiration in many wars and their endings; together with stories and poems which are not about war at all, which is as it should be.
Martin Willitts, Jr