A collection of short stories about love, guilt, shame and the very notion of human existence.
The fourth volume from a wonderful hub of flash fiction stories.
Poetry anthology by Sean Hewitt and one of the shortlisted books for the Young Writer's Award 2020.
Poetry anthology about loss, addiction and the death of a parent.
By Megan Thomas This is the new poetry collection from Sarah Wragg, and a suitably spooky read this Halloween season 🎃 Each poem reflects the fleeting but tangible experience of ghosts - or rather, how the living perceive the dead - in a different way. In some, the imagery is that of traditional ghost stories,…
“What was once necessary appears inessential; what was taken for granted, unappreciated and abused now reveals itself to be central to our existence. Strange inversions proliferate. People find themselves applauding a national health service that their own government criminally underfunded and neglected these past ten years. People thank God for ‘essential’ workers they once considered lowly, who not so long ago they despised for wanting fifteen bucks an hour.”
“In the midst of all these haunted people, she sat alone, without a ghost yet longing for one, her writing like a clasp of fingers around empty air.”
An anthology of the longlist for the 2019 Brick Lane Bookshop Short Story Prize.
Poetry on love, abuse, healing, sex, shame, and the stolen history of the queer community.
Every poetry anthology I read, I write a comment like, “I don’t read poetry that often BUT I actually really loved this”. Why?