ISBN 978-0-9957916-1-9Cover Image by Paul HattawayInnovative Irish poetry from Ross Hattaway, New Zealand-born poet living in Ireland. "Strangers is an examination of parameters and possibilities. It explores spaces, concrete and metaphysical, easily moving between the natural and the man-made...Strangers will leave you with a curiously angry smile on your face as Hattaway chooses to answer life with whimsy in places, but bemoans the certitude of heartache as well. "Colin Dardis
Contemporary Irish poetry from Northern Ireland poet Jo Burns. Includes "The Cosmic Horseshoe," winning poem in the Magma Poetry Competition (Judges' Prize) 2018; and "Hard Borders," which won the New Irish Writing in Germany/Wild Word Award, 2018.
This is beautifully crafted poetry, contemporary in its themes yet timeless in its evocation of the traveller through space and time. "Northly" creates a stunning sensory and pictorial experience in pitch-perfect tone, of the landscape, history and language of these northern lands, and our place within it.
"Toms reminds us that we are constantly resolving 'in new voices/what time dissolved.'"
Anamaría Crowe Serrano
ISBN: 978-0-9957916-3-3 Historical novel set in Renaissance Spain, based on the life of the Spanish mystic poet, St. John of the Cross. "Canticle" was a winner in the Irish Writers' Centre/Greenbean Novel Fair, 2016.Cover image by Jordi Forniés