'A jewel of a poetry collection’ (Oxford Times)
‘its seductive sparkle’ (Tatler)
Strings of Pearls: A collection of poems
While having fun with Washing Lines: A collection of poems, Barbara and Janie discovered they have many other things in common, including an interest in all things precious, semi-precious and sparkly. This is a book of poems inspired by the seductive sparkle of jewels and jewellery, and the emotions they arouse and represent.
Every culture since time immemorial has understood the importance of jewellery, whether plain or precious, so this book of ‘pearls’ is not only for poetry lovers but also for anyone who has ever treasured a piece of jewellery.
Publication: September 2013
Price: £10 + P&P
‘Possibly one of my favourite books of the whole year’ Claire Armitstead (Guardian) on the Radio 2 Arts Programme
Washing Lines: A collection of poems
‘The most original and entertaining poetry anthology of the year devotedly celebrates washing blowing on the line and the smell of clean linen’ 10 red-hot reads by Sebastian Shakespeare, Tatler
‘The finished product is as satisfying as a clean basket of laundry’ Maggie Hartford, Oxford Times
Born of a shared love of washing lines and poetry, the subject of this anthology is laundry and washing, reflecting many human emotions to do with family, relationships and memory.
Published: September 2011
Price: SOLD OUT (reprint is under consideration)
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