Sarah Mnatzaganian and Joanna Nissel launch Lemonade in the Armenian Quarter and Guerrilla Brightenings – March 20th, 3pm on Zoom


We’re really looking forward to launching Joanna Nissel’Guerrilla Brightenings and Sarah Mnatzaganian‘s Lemonade in the Armenian Quarter in March. Joanna’s poems of domesticity, family, love, death and lockdown beautifully thread sadness and loss with brightness, warmth and compassion. Sarah leads the reader through the gentle landscape of her English childhood into the colourful world of her Armenian family in Jerusalem. Both books are available for pre-order and will be delivered in time the launch.

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We’re really thrilled that our guest readers are Benjamin Cusden and Cheryl Moskowitz. Benjamin’s pamphlet, Cut the Black Rabbit is described Katrina Naomi as “a tough but tender read, with Cusden being one who knows how to ‘camouflage your being with evening air’ and how to scrape by ‘with laughter and lager’.” Cheryl Moskowitz’s Maternal Impression is described by Lisa Kelly as “a call to arms – maternal arms – and all that implies in the Anthropocene. It has a beating heart that needs to be heard, felt, and heeded.”

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