Flood-Junk – dramatic and captivating

Check out this review of Flood-Junk by Caitlin Miller. Here’s a snippet –

“A gripping and thought provoking debut pamphlet, Flood Junk by Bath Spa Allumni Sean Magnus Martin…,  touches on both human and eco themes. It is layered and imaginatively crafted;  a must read for enthusiasts of contemporary poetry who are interested in having a new and exciting readerly experience.”

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Matthew Stewart reviews S. A. Leavesley’s How to Grow Matches

Super review over at Rogue Stands on this exceptionally sunny October day. Do go over and take a look, great title… Opening the floodgates, S.A. Leavesley’s How to Grow Matches.

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Rogue Strands is edited by Matthew Stewart whose collection, The Knives of Villalejo was published by Eyewear Publishing and pamphlets by Happenstance.

Metastatic: traversing a dark and uncertain landscape performed by Jane Lovell and Timothy Adés – Poetry Café, October 19th, 7pm – Against the Grain Press

The Poetry Shed

Metastatic: traversing a dark and uncertain landscape

performed by

Jane Lovell and Timothy Adés

Against the Grain Press is delighted to launch Jane Lovell’s Metastatic at the Poetry Café on October 19th at 7pm. Special guest readers include Alison Brackenbury and two poets from ATG’s 2019 list, Graham Clifford and Michelle Diaz. We are also pleased that Timothy Adés is joining Jane on stage as narrator.

“Jane Lovell’s writing charts mysterious, unsettling trajectories: the invisible paths of bees, the journey of dead light, the routes found in folded and untied landscapes. These poems unmoor us, find beauty and strangeness in the everyday.” Helen Mort

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JaneJane Lovell is the Poetry Society Stanza Rep for Mid Kent. She has had work published in AgendaEarthlinesPoetry Wales, Magmathe North, the Honest UlstermanDark Mountain, The Lonely Crowd, Ink Sweat & Tears,Zoomorphic and Elementum.

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