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First Time at the Poetry Book Fair

July 29, 2013

We’re always looking for new ways to directly connect with our readers and that’s why we’re excited to be exhibiting at the Poetry Book Fair on Saturday 7 September.

The fair takes places in the lovely Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square London WC1R 4RL. You’ll be able to visit us and say hello from 10am to 5pm.

Our poetry list is quite exquisite, poetry that had to be written because it deals with:
Yugoslav Requiem
The most recent war in Europe – Yugoslav Requiem by Arnold Jansen op de Haar

Everything Must Go Being told you have cancer – Everything Must Go by Rosie Garland

To Sing Away the Darkest Days
Discovering your roots through the language your grandparents spoke in the death camps – To Sing Away the Darkest Days by Norbert Hirschhorn

Yet not at all gloomy, because as Rosie Garland rightly puts it: ‘I’m neither brave nor tragic.’ She, Norbert Hirschhorn and Arnold Jansen op de Haar are lovely poets and now you have the chance to discover them.

Hopefully, our poets will have an opportunity to recite some of their work but check this space for updates.

Apart from this, you can find out how we support new talent and get the ins and outs about our latest poetry competition What’s your Place?, our events and new poetry collections.

Our publisher Bernadette Jansen op de Haar says, ‘It’s wonderful to have secured a space at this oversubscribed event, and I look forward to meeting new poetry lovers.’

For press enquires or further information please contact the publisher by email or on 07792611929.