In Lobsters, Wayne Holloway-Smith turns his innovative poetics towards an exhilarating new work that is part songbook, part elastic melodrama.
The first 100 preorders ship with an exclusive Lobsters print and badge in hand-stamped book wrap!
Introducing Makina Audio!
This month we are launching our first audio programme. The project, a collaboration with access and inclusivity consultant Caroline Dawson, brings together three debut poets (originally from India, Ireland and Birmingham) reading their books in full, with additional audio descriptions illustrating the look and feel of each front cover, back cover, flaps and spine. This work is generously supported by a project grant from Arts Council England.
In Glass, Emily Cooper’s poetics masterfully create a compelling space that deliberately excludes wide views—instead bringing her pen up close to a dilapidated house in a small rural town with its own personality.
Ships with an exclusive Glass print in hand-stamped book wrap.
Hyperlove burns with frustration and fervour as Naomi Morris explores heteronormative ideals, romantic happily-ever-afters and the historical oppression of women and their right to agency and expression.
Ships with an exclusive Hyperlove print and large vinyl sticker in hand-stamped book wrap.
In Strangers, Rebecca Tamás explores where the human and nonhuman meet, and why this delicate connection just might be the most important relationship of our times.
Ships in hand-stamped book wrap.
The Yak Dilemma
In The Yak Dilemma, Supriya Kaur Dhaliwal ventures out of the mountain ranges of Palampur and across vast distances of land and sea.
Ships with an exclusive The Yak Dilemma print in hand-stamped book wrap.