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OUR BOOK OF THE MONTH IS STRANGERS ON A PIER BY TASH AW
OUR BOOK OF THE MONTH IS STRANGERS ON A PIER BY TASH AW

Poetry

  • Sabrina Mahfouz

    How You Might Know Me

    $18.00

    How You Might Know Me is a poetic exploration of four women’s lives, connected through their experience in different areas of the UK’s growing sex industry. Written following years of creative writing workshops with women in the industry and Sabrina’s own experience of working in strip-clubs, the collection represents a broad range of backgrounds, ethnicities, ages and political convictions. The characters of Sylvia, Tali, Sharifa and Darina bring challenging and often unexpected perspectives...

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  • Harry Josephine Giles

    The Games

    $18.00

    The Games is a book of play with language. In Scots and English, it mucks about with sound poetry, found poetry, computer-generated poetry, dirty poetry and others ways to blur and bust the borders of genre. Its themes are ecology, power and sex: how can you have fun in a system that’s trying to take power away from you? The Games makes and breaks rules in an effort to live a full life in a full world. Paperback: 88 PagesProduct Dimensions: 136 x 216 mmISBN: 9781999679200 Published by Outspok...

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  • Bridget Minamore

    Titanic

    $18.00

    In this debut pamphlet, acclaimed poet Bridget Minamore explores the sensibilities surrounding love, loss, and the subsequent struggles we all face at some point in our relationships. Themed around a series of popular songs and a certain sinking ship, Minamore riffs from poem to poem with a choice selection of humorous and somber verse. Paperback: 40 PagesProduct Dimensions: 136 x 216 mmISBN: 9780993103858 Published by Outspoken Press

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  • Raymond Antrobus

    To Sweeten The Bitter

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    To Sweeten the Bitter is a collection by British Jamaican poet, Raymond Antrobus. After the death of his father, Raymond returns to Jamaica but restless questions begin to unearth inside him (Who I am now is something I need to remember). Upon returning to the UK Raymond travelled to Bristol, Liverpool, Hastings, Hull and around London to meditate in the places where the pain and grief of history is bigger than his own. Paperback: 50 PagesProduct Dimensions: 136 x 216 mmISBN: 9780993103872 Pu...

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