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  • Sam Smith - Literature North West
    Approach to Death erbacce press Novels include Sister Blister Online Originals Paths of Error trilogy Jacobyte Books Marks BeWrite Books Porlock Counterpoint BeWrite Books The Care Vortex BeWrite Books Sick Ape an everyday tale of terrorist folk BeWrite Books The End of Science Fiction BeWrite Books The Secret Report of Friar Otto boho press We Need Madmen Skrev Press John John Turner Maxwell Books and Something s Wrong DPdotcom publishing And one non fiction Vera Eddy s War BeWrite Books Website www freewebs com thesamsmith Email smithsssj aol com Titles by Sam Smith The Journal The Journal started life as The Journal of Contemporary Anglo Scandinavian Poetry but after 10 issues ran out of Scandinavian contributions Now approaching its 38th issue it welcomes contributions of 6 poems at a time Editorial policy is to try to publish those poems from wheresoever they may come written with thought to what the poem is saying and to how it is being said Also welcomed are poems that can travel that can cross boundaries that do not assume in their readers a shared knowledge nor a shared set of beliefs And it will be a rare day when the editor takes a poem

    Original URL path: http://www.literaturenorthwest.co.uk/author/348 (2016-02-15)
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  • Alan Smithee - Literature North West
    along and read it and liked it and decided that he wanted to finish it More to the point it didn t really fit with anything else in my portfolio and I didn t want to have anything to do with it So we struck a deal Alan and me we decided that he would finish the story and have it published under his own name Now if that all sounds nice and easy does it let Alan assure you it isn t Getting a publishing house to keep a secret is like asking a bunch of guys who deal in distributing stories to the wider world to avoid doing so Perhaps the word like is redun dant in that last sentence However both Alan and I felt that we should put this story out there if only as a short run After a bot tle and a half of JD one evening we came up with an elegant scheme It came to pass that I approached a small press pub lisher over the internet and asked if I could put out a short run of Alan s novel under his label on a no input required no questions asked and no information given out to curious members of the public basis Incredibly the editor in chief of the publishing house agreed to take the book unseen and put it with his stock as long as he had nothing to do with it other than to hold it in stock and dis play it as available for purchase So here is a novel by an un known author with no helpful little snippets of reviews The rest as they say is up to you A S England 2008 Titles by Alan Smithee THE IMPRESSION OF TIME PASSING Someone or something

    Original URL path: http://www.literaturenorthwest.co.uk/author/318 (2016-02-15)
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  • Ruth Snowden - Literature North West
    Ruth Snowden Poet Titles by Ruth Snowden Green Dusk for Dreams A Journey into another world one of magic and mysticism touching without being sentimental Maureen Almond Price 5 00 Details ISBN 0 9536989 6 3 Publisher Wild Women Press

    Original URL path: http://www.literaturenorthwest.co.uk/author/187 (2016-02-15)
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  • Jean Sprackland - Literature North West
    into the lives that we live alongside our everyday ones the lives we are aware of in dreams in grief in love She shows us the vertigo and vulnerability of human experience with great clarity and precision tenderness and care These are vivid poems full of light and weather and water a flooded forest acid rain an inland tidal wave an ocean of broken glass jellyfish washed up on the beach lay like saints unharvested luminous This second collection establishes Jean Sprackland as a definite new talent The poems in Hard Water have the exhilarating quality of freshness and truth poems of memory and place religion and childhood captured with relish in a textured and physical language Added to this are a gift for the colloquial and a subtle sexy humour This is a hugely enjoyable collection by a poet writing with clear gusto and authority Buy it and then buy it for a friend Carol Ann Duffy Tattoos for Mothers Day Spike 1997 A fine and moving book a walk along the cliff edge not comfortable but somehow comforting in the end Adrian Mitchell SHORT STORIES Ellipsis Comma 2005 Sprackland s stories combine narrative energy with affecting compassion for her troubled characters Nicholas Royle Time Out NON FICTION with Mandy Coe Our thoughts are bees Writers Working with Schools Wordplay Press 2005 Titles by Jean Sprackland Ellipsis 1 Featuring Jean Sprackland Sean O Brien Tim Cooke The first in a new series of books celebrating the short story sequence that interlocking daisy chain of narrative produced when stories knit together to form a continuum of character or theme Taking its leaf from the Penguin Modern Poets series each book will feature three authors offering sequences of five or six stories each Some of those featured will be established authors

    Original URL path: http://www.literaturenorthwest.co.uk/author/139 (2016-02-15)
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  • Cath Staincliffe - Literature North West
    Z OF WRITERS BUY BOOKS PUBLISHING NORTHWEST Cath Staincliffe Cath Stainsliffeis author of four novels featuring the single mother private detective Sal Kilkenny She is also author of the hit ITV series Blue Mirder starring Caroline Quentin Events FULL LISTING

    Original URL path: http://www.literaturenorthwest.co.uk/author/140 (2016-02-15)
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  • Toby Stone - Literature North West
    by Toby Stone Aimee and the Bear When her mother s cruelty is too much Amy holds her teddy bear s paw and travels to the Other Place a world where teddies become real bears where children attend the Night School to escape whatever it is they face at home where Amy becomes Aimee and there s magic in the air But the Other Place is in danger the Witch has awoken and Amy must find the courage to save her baby brother before it s too late A dazzling heart wrenching and brutal descent into the world of the imagination This is not a children s book This is not a fairy tale This is not your average heroine Absolutely brilliant I m not usually a fan of magic realism but this really works I think that s because the realism is very real this is not a book for kids despite the cuddly toy element and the magic is serious funny and dark Stone is a superb writer intelligent stylish and quirky who creates very rounded characters As an evocation of the childhood mind it s the most convincing thing I ve read since Alice in Wonderland Amazon Reviewer What a fascinating read This is hands down one of the best books I ve found in years Like I said Wow No matter what I render as a review there is nothing left more important than WOW This author just blew me away with the perfect clarity perfect flow perfectly satisfying writing style that made me smile or frown out loud at times I may have said this before but this time I mean it when I say that I was captivated from the first 4 paragraphs angelsintheunderworld com This is a very unusual book a contemporary modern

    Original URL path: http://www.literaturenorthwest.co.uk/author/400 (2016-02-15)
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  • Peter Street - Literature North West
    as being Like A Medieval Wandering Minstrel He s Bringing His Art To The People His poems have also been broadcast on the BBC World Service He was poet in residence for BBC G M R Who Cares He won the National Poetry Societies Fish and Chips Placement Last year and wrote a series of poems for the highly successful Tony Bevan Catalogue He is the recent recipient of a Royal Literary Fund grant and has been writer in residence in numerous schools colleges and prisons such as The International Youth Camp England He is a qualified youth worker and has also worked as a chef in his own Mediterranean cafe He has also worked as a forester gravedigger and exhumer A new generation of poets like Mr Street who hail from working class backgrounds are bringing verse back home For many British Poets like Mr Street pushing poetry is now a mission Like a wondering medieval minstrel he s bringing his art to the people Ernest Beck Wall Street Journal The experiences out of which the poems in Peter Street s book are made are often red raw All praise to him then that he doesn t rest content with simple reportage Street s poems tend to be short impacted narratives the lines usually curt tautly expressive Order a copy from your nearest bookseller You won t regret it Professor John Lucas Critical Survey Oxford University Press There is much to admire and even learn from in these poems they linger in the mind Full of guts that s exactly where they hit the reader Carole Baldock Iota It s impossible to disassociate Peter Street s poetry from the back cloth if his disability since he only began writing after his accident But disability doesn t figure in his

    Original URL path: http://www.literaturenorthwest.co.uk/author/358 (2016-02-15)
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  • Joe Stretch - Literature North West
    time novelist whose book Friction is published in March 2008 by Vintage He is currently editing his second novel Love Song and working on his third New World A Season in Wow Bang Joe is also lead vocalist with electro

    Original URL path: http://www.literaturenorthwest.co.uk/author/272 (2016-02-15)
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