Richard Thomas is Caught in the Net, Do it Yourself, and a taste of The Hungry Writer

January 16th, 2015 § 0 comments

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Richard Thomas is January’s featured poet on The Poetry Kit‘s Caught in the Net, with ten new poems from his latest work, Zygote Poems. We are proud to be the publishers of Richard’s debut collection, The Strangest Thankyou, which is available at 50% discount (£4 plus p&p), from the Cultured Llama website only, until the end of February 2015. Go to the book’s page and apply the code cljan15 when checking out: The Strangest Thankyou.

book cover2We are pleased to announce that we are publishing two non-fiction books this year. The first is Do It Yourself: a History of Music in Medway by Stephen H Morris. We are all busy at Cultured Llama HQ, making the book as fabulous as possible. Find out more about  Do It Yourself: a History of Music in Medway on the book’s Facebook page.

Here’s the front cover to whet your appetite. Designed by Dom Mahoney, it’s based on the Medway coat of arms – we had to get permission from the Mayor of Medway to use it!

Later this year, we are publishing a book based on The Hungry Writer blog by Lynne Rees. Expect food-based memories, recipes, poems and writing prompts based on … you guessed it … food.

Lynne Rees is featured in South Wales Evening Post talking about her last book The Real Port Talbot and The Hungry Writer. Read the article here.

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