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will take you on a wry, awry, word-playful gallop through the vagaries of life encountering a motley cast of mail stealing snails, 70s comedy legends, explosive bakers and baritones- turned -butchers en route. She is a regular on the London Spoken Word circuit who hosts a monthly event in East London but also has previous form as a singer, comic and actor. Fran has had poems published in several anthologies and a couple of periodicals.
Joy, Fear and F–k It by Ant Smith is my first collection of poetry
More are available by connecting the author, whilst he yet lives. It said by Second Chance this is out standing first collection Joy, fear and F–k It by Ant Smith
Poetry has the power to effect positive cultural change, and so I am proud to present this collection in association with Second Chance.
Although often presented in a comedic framework, these pieces all carry a spine of steel. Read them once to laugh, and twice to cry. It is a dark world in which we live. free down load extract from Joy Fear and Fuck It.
The Bird of Morning is my first collection of poems.
Of the Deep
Throughout her life, Ingrid Andrew created art and wrote poetry prolifically. She later added music and song to celebrate her passion for the natural world and humanity, also her fears. In this thought-provoking but delightful volume, ‘of the Deep’, you will find quirky humour too and affectionate observation. Ingrid’s life ended in 2015.
The volume has 22 poems, each gently remarkable, with one ferociously defiant. The overriding sensation is of her characteristic tenderness.
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Ingrid’s first volume ‘The Bird of Morning’ is also available from William Cornelius Harris Publishing. Her creative websitewww.ingridandrew.wordpress.com is still there to both stimulate and soothe heart and soul. She welcomes you with tenderness.
Anne Gaelan is from Morecambe and this is her very first collection of poems. This volume contains twenty-nine of her works which are linked by the theme of journey. The poems address contemporary issues from the current refugee crisis to celebrity in addition to more familiar situations which affect humanity like running the local pub and nostalgia for the past. Her work traverses many shades and is a delightful combination of contemplation, celebration, sharp observation, tragedy, and black comedy. It also highlights the glorious beauty of the natural world in North Lancashire and Cumbria