My debut collection of poetry, The Northern Line, is now available to pre-order.
It is officially launched in March, just in time for National Poetry Month, and is being released by Winter Goose Publishing.
A signed copy of The Northern Line will cost £8.49 +PP to pre-order, or if you’d rather wait – it will be available from the Winter Goose Publishing website, online retailers, and available to order from book shops in late March.
Pre-ordered copies of The Northern Line will be posted out as soon as they’ve arrived with me and I’ve scribbled in them, and this will be late March/early April. I will, of course, post to anywhere in the world!
I want to add a huge thank you to Jessica at Winter Goose Publishing who is a total star and has a collection of poetry coming out herself in March, to James who polished the edges, and to Loren for her unwavering commitment to this book (she also has her third collection out in March…). A massive thank you to everyone else, who shall remain nameless, for your kindness and inspiration on this journey.
What people have said about The Northern Line so far:
Fran Lock, author of Flatrock and The Mystic and the Pig Thief: “Here is a way in to thinking and talking about the issues that affect all our lives, told with unflinching frankness and unabashed empathy.”
Mab Jones, author of Poor Queen: “These are poems with a large heart and a very fine sense of the fragility of our transient human experience”
Sara Hirsch, UK Poetry Slam Champion: “The eclectic mix of passionate pleas to humanity and subtle musings on moments missed is perfectly balanced and makes for an urgent and surprising read.”