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Hubert Tsarko – Composting For All


Review: “The titles of these poems give us some idea of what to expect, but not everything: places (such as Riscle) remembered from the wanderings of an artist living the vie routiere are given a surreal treatment; curious incidents (The Cat Sat on my Glasses) afford us unexpected entry into a private world; dreamlike employment of stock phrases and skilful evocations of atmosphere take us by surprise.” – Dave Lee

Shahilla Barok – From Moth To Social Butterfly


Review: “This is a great little guide book with really helpful solutions for anyone whose shy in social situations. It’s written in a clear, easy-going manner and offers real practical help.” – TinTin

Anthology – Ten Years On



‘Ten Years On’ is a celebration of the best poetry submitted to the international Welsh Poetry Competition between 2012-2016. A diverse look at the world we inhabit – alive, energetic, melodic, unrepentant and moving. This anthology is for all poets who truly feel. For the brave, the exuberant, the feisty, the outrageous and the rule breakers. A chance to revel in the moment and not be afraid.

Sally Spedding – The Yellowhammer’s Cradle



Review: “Sally Spedding is supreme mistress of chillingly creepy tales, and this one is as chilling and creepy as the best. It’s helped by the period, mid nineteenth century, where the modern era is overlapping a more superstitious past, and the setting, the shores of a chilly Scottish loch. This is the land where you wouldn’t be at all surprised to come upon three weird sisters, brewing up eye of newt and toe of frog.” – SuzM