This is a poetry collection by a performance poet whose work performs just as well on the page as it does on the stage. Hannah Chutzpah is a self-named poet, which name demonstrates both her delight in words (Hannah) and her activism as ‘potential maggot thrower’ (Chutzpah). As she says in the poem ‘A dudeContinue reading “Review: ‘Permeable’ by Hannah Chutzpah (Burning Eye Books, 2017)”
Kathy Sharp is a novelist well known for her three charming fantasy books set on an historical, fictionalised Isle of Portland: the Larus trilogy. This, her latest novel, is also set in a simpler time than our own – but in a quite different place (although in it, too, water plays an important part). WhalesContinue reading “‘Whales and Strange Stars’: review”
Hooray – new book is now live to buy on Kindle from The Zon @ £3.50 (paperpack will be £7.99). A proof of the paperback book arrived on Saturday. Although, sadly, the paperback will not be available to buy for a little while yet.