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Scroll down to see some of our books:
Gillian Brightmore – Blood in Butetown
Gillian Brightmore is a fiction and script writer born in Wales and an activist in mental health issues. She has published a number of short stories, most successfully, ‘The Woman who loved Cucumbers’ (Honno Short Fiction – 2002). Her work has appeared in Planet Magazine, Big Issue Cymru, Everywoman Magazine, Roundyhouse, Poetry Online Express, ‘Exchanges: Women Writing in Wales’ (Honno Poetry – 1990) and Velvet Magazine.
Rob Graham – Craving For Adventure
Reviews: “Rob’s spirit I admire, and although he doesn’t set out to inspire; he certainly does” – Ben Fogel. TV presenter, author and adventurer
“Determined to live his life to the full, Rob is rewarded with more than he ever imagined possible. A book for everyone.” – Ed Stafford. Explorer & first person to walk the Amazon River
“Rob’s challenge to ride alone to the other side of the planet is a massive undertaking.” – Alistair Humphreys. National Geographic Adventurer of the Year in 2012
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