Follow Roberta on Twitter @RobertaWriter to see more of her fantastical inventions!
Talking of learning, to find out more about Andrea, follow her on Twitter @andymba24 or sneak across to www.andrea-mbarushimana.com.
Something is shifting before our eyes in this aperture. Just as clouds change from dragons to cranes, this pinhole-camera poem gives us fragments drifting in and out.
Follow @LindaRoseBlack to learn more about today’s glass-gazer.
So it’s a slightly more heated drawing room we’re glimpsing into today. There’s a somewhat scandalous argument taking place. If only we could linger a little longer outside…
Find out more about today’s Advent Gallivanter at nashpanache.com and on Twitter at @Zirconium.
Enjoy Day Two!
The Ted Hughes Award nominated Finders Keepers is also entering its second printing, having become an endangered species itself in the bookshop. Nothing lasts forever, so get a copy while you can, on its own or in one of our book bundles.
It’s March, and that can, frankly, mean many things.
But for Sidekick Books it means something particularly important!
Yes, the most important indie poetry awards are back! With the exception of the Ted Hughes Award, only the Saboteur Awards explicitly recognise poetry anthologies and collaborations. These awards are nominated and voted for by you, the public! If you like the work we do (and Dr F takes credit for, and Bandijcat regularly derails), please take two minutes to nominate us for these incredibly important indie awards. We will be tremendously grateful. Three categories we would love your vote in are:
- Best Collaboration (Finders Keepers)
- Best Anthology (Birdbook IV: Saltwater and Shore)
and if you’re feeling particularly warm and fuzzy towards us:
- Most Innovative Publisher (um…)
Thank you, as ever, for your love and support. Nominate away!