(Un)Natural Elements by Laura Besley

Laura Besley is the author of micro fiction collection, 100neHundred (Arachne Press, 2021), and flash fiction collection, The Almost Mothers (Dahlia Books, 2020).   She has been listed by TSS Publishing as one of the top 50 British and Irish Flash Fiction writers. Her work has been nominated for Best Micro Fiction and her story, ToContinue reading “(Un)Natural Elements by Laura Besley”

Mother Mary’s Doing a TicTuk Live – A Poetic Colouring Book of a Biblical and Experimental Nature. Raising Money for Féileacáin Ireland

This collection of Biblical images with accompanying “Big Questions” is raising money for Féileacáin Ireland. One hundred percent of every sale, after printing, will go directly to Féileacáin Ireland as they will be added as a payee on the book account. This charity is very close to Beir Bua Press, BBP’s editor and her family.Continue reading “Mother Mary’s Doing a TicTuk Live – A Poetic Colouring Book of a Biblical and Experimental Nature. Raising Money for Féileacáin Ireland”

The State of Moving by Lucia Sellars

due Jan 2022 The State of Moving by Lucia Sellars. Reviews and Description below. about the author Lucia Sellars plays with text, fine art and moving image. Her writing has been published in poetry magazines and anthologies such as Utopia (Hesterglock Press) and Repeal the 8th (Sad Press). Her film work has been selected andContinue reading “The State of Moving by Lucia Sellars”

The Fire in Which We Burn: Time and Trauma in Contemporary Television by Simon Bowie

The Fire in Which We Burn: Time and Trauma in Contemporary Television by Simon Bowie. Description below. About the Author Simon Bowie is a culture writer and film critic based in the UK. He writes and speaks about various forms of contemporary culture from film and TV to video games and memes with a particular focus onContinue reading “The Fire in Which We Burn: Time and Trauma in Contemporary Television by Simon Bowie”

Boulevard by Nathanael O’Reilly

Boulevard by Nathanael O’Reilly. Reviews and description below. Nathanael O’Reilly is an Irish-Australian poet; he is Assistant Professor of Creative Writing at the University of Texas at Arlington. His books include (Un)belonging (Recent Work Press, 2020); BLUE (above/ground press, 2020); Preparations for Departure (UWAP, 2017); Distance (Ginninderra Press, 2015); Suburban Exile (Picaro Press, 2011); and SymptomsContinue reading “Boulevard by Nathanael O’Reilly”

Planner Canner – Michelle Moloney King

About the Planner Canner Broken into month views Broken into weekly plans Designed to be easy to use Undated so can be used at any time A4 size with a hard wearing glossy cover. Other experimental collections by MMK by this press, Womxn Heatwave Mama  and Mother Mary’s Doing a TicTuk Live – A Poetic Colouring BookContinue reading “Planner Canner – Michelle Moloney King”

Some Murmur by Lydia Unsworth

Introduction to Some Murmur I moved to Amsterdam five-and-a-half years ago, ten days before the Brexit referendum, an act of relocation that felt like running along a path in a computer game and having the tiles fall away, burn up, or turn to dust behind me. I remember seeing one of those spoof newspaper articlesContinue reading “Some Murmur by Lydia Unsworth”

The Zircon Ferries by MW Bewick

The Zircon Ferries by MW Bewick. Reviews and description below. cover image by @EllaJohnstonArt Background image Moloney King MW Bewick is an Essex, England-based poet and co-founder of the small indie publisher Dunlin Press. He has lectured in creative and professional writing, works as an editor and journalist, and has performed regularly as a singerContinue reading “The Zircon Ferries by MW Bewick”