Reviews of our titles: ‘Humorous, witty and emotional’; ‘a brilliant story in verse’

April 5th, 2013 § 0 comments § permalink

Unauthorised Person by Philip Kane is reviewed in the Morning Star by Andy Croft:

Half … is a brilliant story in verse about the last lonely pub-crawl of “Billy Ruffian” among the “punch-drunk boozers,” “brash voices” and “kebab-shop brawlers” of Rochester.

You can read the full review by clicking here. Please note that this is a full-length collection, not a pamphlet as described in the review.

Find out more about the book and purchase a copy by clicking here: Unauthorised Person

Canterbury Tales on a Cockcrow Morning by Maggie Harris is reviewed by Alexandra Loske in The Frogmore Papers, 81, Spring 2013:

… a humorous, witty and emotional collection of short stories about the clashing and fusion of cultures, and of language and dialect in particular. Apart from the bigger topics of immigration and loss this is also an unlikely love letter to Kent and Canterbury in particular.

To find out more about the book and purchase a copy, click here: Canterbury Tales on a Cockcrow Morning

Our first anthology of poetry and short fiction, Unexplored Territory, edited by Maria C. McCarthy, is reviewed by Jeremy Page in The Frogmore Papers

…this slim anthology of poetry and prose offers some gems in both genres. Vicky Wilson’s ‘Karaoke Poetry’ takes songs by Gloria Gaynor, Pink Floyd and Bob Dylan as points of departure from some delightful flights of fancy (and/or reminiscence) while Maggie Harris’s ‘The Calypsonians of Ramsgate’ takes a wry look at life in the eponymous coastal town in the 70s.

To find out more about the book and purchase a copy, click here: Unexplored Territory

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