Here is the trailer for
by Let Out the Djinn Jane Aldous – her debut poetry collection.
taking pre-orders for our advance copies now, but the book isn’t in the shops until 10th October, launching Lighthouse Bookshop Edinburgh, 12th October at 5pm.
A quick touch-base on the launch while I edit the videos…
Thanks to everyone for reading and singing and helping and turning out on a wild and woolly night, we had a GREAT time.
Rosamund Davies, Cherry Potts and Kam Rehal talk about what flash is all about and why we chose it for Story Cities , at Greenwich Book Festival.
From first meeting through call out and chosing the stories, to collaborative working. if you’ve ever wondered what getting your book published is like this is for you – though whether it’s typical is another matter.
Rosamund Davies, Cherry Potts and Kam Rehal talk about working together on Story Cities.
Kam Rehal talks about the ideas and process (including cutting up a toy belonging to his son!) behind the design of . Story Cities
Editing these video files has been a bit of a challenge!
Here is the first of the discussions from the Greenwich Book Festival, with editors
Rosamund Davies, Kam Rehal and Cherry Potts talking about the concept behind . Story Cities
At the launch of
Story Cities , editors Rosamund Davies, Kam Rehal and Cherry Potts talk about the What, How and Why of bringing the book to fruition.
Intrigued? you can order a copy
direct from us at our webshop
Actually a bit more than just a mention, on Poetry Book Society blog on Translation.
head over and see!
In other Wales related news, Jeremy Dixon is heading over the bridge a couple of times this month…
spoken word with AR Crow,
Jeremy Dixon + Freddie Alexander
Thursday 15 August, 6.30-7.30pm
Arnolfini Bookshop, Bristol
reading from IN RETAIL, plus some new poems! FREE EVENT!
Jeremy Dixon likes to travel and he is off to Edinburgh for
The Book Fringe is a free, community book festival run by two independent Edinburgh bookshops, Lighthouse in Southside, and Golden Hare Books in Stockbridge.
Lunchtime at Lighthouse: These start at 1pm and run for 30 minutes.
Evenings at Golden Hare: These start at 6.30pm and run for 1 hour.
ALL events are FREE: no tickets, no ticket booking!
Jeremy is taking
to Lighthouse on In Retail Sat 3rd August. 1pm for their event QUEER WORDS WITH QUEER POETS
More info about the bookfringe
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A short roundup for you of what’s happening with Ness Owen’s
our first ever bi-lingual poetry collection. Mamiaith
pre-order now from our webshop
You can ask yourself to the launch in Holyhead 9th August (free, and there will be cake)
get in touch and we’ll send you one of these… or email you the details.
For Women in Translation Month, there is an an interview with
Ness Owen and Sian Northey coming in late August about the translation process, which will be on the Poetry Book Society Website.
And we have our first review on
Can’t tell you how much we love this book, so it’s exciting to see other people getting enthused too.