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Week 33 Chapbook Chart 2019 – Susie Campbell

I Return to You explores how we inhabit a world of marks. Some of these marks we make to communicate, demarcate or belong. Others are more mysterious. We don’t know how to read them or who made them. We may … Continue reading

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Week 32 Chapbook Chart 2019 – Blue Nib Four

The work of Blue Nib Chapbook Four winner, Pat Anthony: Place and people are inextricably linked in this evocative collection of poems. They bristle with observational details that a less skilful writer might miss – a man pedals night into day, the moon … Continue reading

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Week 31 Chapbook Chart 2019 – Jeffrey Thomas

The Coming of the Old Ones contains three stories of horror in the vein of H. P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos. AROUND THE CORNER – A man whose parents raised him in a cult suspects the new tenants in his apartment … Continue reading

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Week 30 Chapbook Chart 2019 – Valkyrie Kerry

Valkyrie Kerry, bipolar survivor and Horrotica author, offers a selection of poetry that brings to life the range of extreme emotions that are endured by those experiencing mood disorders. Her writing conveys the spectrum of emotions that exist between the … Continue reading

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Week 29 Chapbook Chart 2019 – Blue Nib Four

The work of Blue Nib Chapbook Four winner, Pat Anthony: Place and people are inextricably linked in this evocative collection of poems. They bristle with observational details that a less skilful writer might miss – a man pedals night into day, the moon … Continue reading

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Week 28 Chapbook Chart 2019 – Blue Nib Four

The work of Blue Nib Chapbook Four winner, Pat Anthony: Place and people are inextricably linked in this evocative collection of poems. They bristle with observational details that a less skilful writer might miss – a man pedals night into day, the moon … Continue reading

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Week 27 Chapbook Chart 2019 – Blue Nib Four

The work of Blue Nib Chapbook Four winner, Pat Anthony: Place and people are inextricably linked in this evocative collection of poems. They bristle with observational details that a less skilful writer might miss – a man pedals night into day, … Continue reading

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