Monthly Archives: March 2017

Week 12 UK Chapbook Chart 2017 – Kil Conor

It’s Called a Heart – “Horror has no preference for gender or sexual orientation. On these pages, I’ve written some poetry perhaps, although it doesn’t rhyme. In fact, I don’t know that it’s poetry at all, more scattered thoughts. Fantasies of … Continue reading

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Week 11 UK Chapbook Chart 2017 – A.L.D. Chalom

SIT. STAY. (vol. I in the printpoetics chapbook series) is “a poetry chapbook for anyone who is a person and not a template.” The printpoetics chapbook series offers thought provoking material condensed into tiny reads in a style far less … Continue reading

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Week 10 UK Chapbook Chart 2017 – Jörg Bernig

New to the UK Chapbook chart and straight into the Number 1 slot is Jörg Bernig with flower angel ship. A chapbook of selected poems (several previously unpublished) by prize-winning novelist and poet Bernig, from Saxony in Germany, with translations into … Continue reading

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Week 9 UK Chapbook Chart 2017 – Matthew Asprey

It’s a week of change on the UK Chapbook Chart starting with a new Number 1 in What’s In The Bag? by Matthew Asprey. This chapbook contains two light-hearted crime stories by Asprey. The A-side, ‘What’s In The Bag?’ features a bickering couple, … Continue reading

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