Tag Archives: Kezia Cole

Week 21 Chapbook Chart 2019 – Adrian Olejniczak

The Agenda Chapbook is a 24-page publication of selected poems from the author, with themes varying between feminism, love, and death. Adrian Olejniczak (b. 26th June 1998) is a young millennial poet and novelist whose work touches upon themes of … Continue reading

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Week 20 Chapbook Chart 2019 – Kezia Cole

Twenty poems from summers falling into autumns: long evenings lit by candles in coloured glass, bricks still warm from the sunlight, wind-scorched beaches, and rain-washed asphalt painted by city lights. Party glass presents glimpses of soft nights and rain puddles … Continue reading

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Week 41 UK Chapbook Chart 2017 – Isabel Allende

Anyone wishing to read a book of stories that mesmerizes you like the first stories you ever heard need look no further than The Stories of Eva Luna. The framing premise is that Eva and her lover Rolf have relaxed … Continue reading

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Week 40 UK Chapbook Chart 2017 – Isabel Allende

Anyone wishing to read a book of stories that mesmerizes you like the first stories you ever heard need look no further than The Stories of Eva Luna. The framing premise is that Eva and her lover Rolf have relaxed … Continue reading

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Week 39 UK Chapbook Chart 2017 – Olena Kalytiak Davis 

Olena Kalytiak Davis returns to the No.1 position on the UK Chapbook Chart with On The Kitchen Table From Which Everything Has Been Hastily Removed. A new work from America’s wildest poet of the self, with her confessional poems which refuse to yield. She uses language as … Continue reading

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Week 38 UK Chapbook Chart 2017 – Mary Ruefle

“It is impossible for me to write about the imagination; it is like asking a fish to describe the sea,” Mary Ruefle announces at the start of her essay. With wit and intellectual abandon, Ruefle draws inspiration from Wittgenstein, Shakespeare, … Continue reading

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Week 37 UK Chapbook Chart 2017 – Kezia Cole

Long summer evenings lit by candles in coloured glass; red brick still warm from the heat of the day; soft nights and rain puddles splashed with neon; the tangles of friends, lovers, and changing hearts captured in one strange, small, … Continue reading

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