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P.S. I have cancer: wrestling melanoma and falling in love by Mark Sims | See product details...

Mark Sims, a young doctor was diagnosed with advanced skin cancer just before his 27th birthday. This is the story of his 23 month wrestle with the disease, his passion to raise awareness and funds for vital research and how he found love quite unexpectedly, while working through his bucket list. P.S. I have cancer will be published by Poetry Space in March 2018. Pre-order your copy now.



Banking Towards Home by Christopher Delaney | See product details...

Christopher Delaney explore the universal themes of love, loss, identity and regret in a measured way, avoiding sentimentality. This is a debut collection.



A Fury in Yellow – Robin Thomas | See product details...

Published by Eyewear 2016 ISBN 978-1911335 – 1-60 £5 ‘What will survive of us is love’    



Come As You Are by Andrew Scotson | See product details...

This debut collection from Andrew Scotson demonstrates the far reaching scope of his writing. There are personal poems here about family and the local environment, we get to meet some of the poet’s footballing heroues, Gazza and George Best and we are also taken further afield to the Jazz clubs of America, to Vegas, to Vancouver and to Pensylvania in 1850.



Dots in Space by Susan Ironfield | See product details...

Fungus, pigeons, beetles, a dead gull; aspects of life that might go unnoticed are brought under the microscope by Susan Ironfield in this fascinating set of poems.



Down the Plughole | See product details...

One for the children: Down the Plughole by Fiona Murphy and Michelle Last is just £3 in Poetry Space shop. Your little ones will adore this.



Taking Notes – Poems from Poetry Space Competition 2015 | See product details...

All the winning and commended poems in the 2015 competition brought together in a beautiful anthology.



Eggs on Toast by Jade Anouka | See product details...

Actor and poet, Jade Anouka’s first pamphlet collection was published on Valentine’s Day.



Riding the Rainbow by Margaret Eddershaw | See product details...

A brand new pamphlet collection from Margaret Eddershaw in support of Ibba Girls School in South Sudan. “This lively and witty collection shows that Margaret is a traveller who, in the tradition of great poets, has an extraordinary gift for finding a visual image or a spoken phrase which somehow conjures up a person, a place, a culture, a moment in time.” (John Bennington)
ALL PROCEEDS TO IBBA GIRLS SCHOOL



Kshanti by Wendy Stern | See product details...

Wendy Stern died earlier this year. This pamphlet contains a selection of her poems, dictated to her carers as she did not have the physical capacity to use a pen or a keyboard. The poems are uplifting, hopeful and accepting. Two poems, not in this selection will appear later in the 2016 competition anthology as they were commended by John Siddique.



What the trees are telling me by Elizabeth Rapp | See product details...

This is a fourth collection by Elizabeth Rapp.



Chester City Walls: A Poet’s Mosaic by Julia D. McGuinness | See product details...

This beautifully illustrated collection is by Julia D. McGuiness who lives in Ellesmere Poet, Cheshire. Julia has written four books and this is her first collection of poetry.



Wish a Wish: Poems by Moira Andrew | See product details...

A delightful collection of poems for children by Moira Andrew. Illustrations by Anna Popescu.
ISBN 978-0-9565328-9-3
Publication Date July 31st 2012
Normally retailing at £5.99 this collection can be yours for just £3 for the whole of the school summer holidays. Buy it for the children in your life.



The Tugboatman’s Daughter by Di Coffey | See product details...

Delightful pamphlet collection by Di Coffey. All profits to The Multiple Sclerosis Society.



Standing by the Wayside by Prem Kumari Srivastava | See product details...

A long awaited pamphlet collection by Indian academic, Prem Kumari Sristava



The Loveliest Vein of our Lives by Neil Leadbeater | See product details...

Be entranced by The Loveliest Vein of Our Lives – A Journey Through Brazil by Neil Leadbeater, from ‘a lover of the country and its people’. (Patrick Lodge)



Chance Meetings by Roger Elkin | See product details...

A brand new collection for prize-winning poet, Roger Elkin focussing on his travels in Turkey, Greece, South Africa, Egypt and China. This is his eleventh collection.



Alabaster Diary by Aron Kirk | See product details...

Published by Upcity Books, 2014. ISBN 978-1-63068-425-9 Pamphlet 36 pages, stapled. £3.99 Aron Kirk is a composer, songwriter and poet from Derbyshire. He is currently working on his second pamphlet of poetry, as well as spending time in the recording studio working on his next instrumental album.   Alabaster Diary is Aron Kirk’s first published collection of • Read more…



Flowers in the Blood by Beverley Ferguson | See product details...

“A book of inner landscapes that dares the reader to delve further to reveal a greater understanding of the complexities of mental illness and beyond.” Eileen Carney Hulme



Midnight Robin by Maureen Weldon | See product details...

“Maureen Weldon uses her pen like an Impressionist painter’s brush, to sketch in the dark and light of life’s events, but always resting her pen finally on a faith built on love for the stars, the moon, the far-off mysterious things of our world.”
Gill McEvoy


Cardboard City by Johanna Boal | See product details...

Johanna recently launched Cardboard City at The Beverley Festival in Yorkshire, UK and was interviewed on Radio Humberside.



London Manuscript by Anna Maria Mickiewicz | See product details...

A gorgeous collection of poems from Anna Maria Mickiewicz



Fingerprints by Hannah Teasdale | See product details...

Profits from the sale of this book are going to Missing Link charity in Bath



nothing recognisable as human | See product details...

The top twenty poems from Poetry Space Competition 2013 chosen by Martyn Crucefix. Poems by Dorothy Baird, Ama Bolton, Pat Borthwick, David Clarke, Margaret Eddershaw,Wendy French, Eileen Carney Hulme, David C. Johnson, Susan Latimer, Kaye Lee, Afric McGlinchey, Gwen Seabourne,Robin Muers, Anthony Watts and Janice Windle.


A Kindness by Sylvia Perry | See product details...

Some time ago Sylvia Perry spent seven days in hospital. This booklet collection contains the remarkable poems she wrote during this time along with others equally moving. With a stunning cover photograph by Justin Pumphrey this is a delightful collection to hold and to cherish.



Time-Webs by Mike Lee | See product details...

Mike Lee began writing poems and stories as a child. Overcoming dyslexia he qualified as a teacher and then became a lecturer when he penned EL articles and several text-books. In 1985 he successfully completed a Sociolinguistic-research doctorate. Now retired, rather than creating academic texts he has time to be creative once again. Poetry Space is delighted to be bringing you this new booklet collection.



Breaking Through by Beverley Ferguson | See product details...

A sonnet sequence by Beverley Ferguson. Produced as a fundraiser for Bath Mind this title has raised over £200.



Catching Light by Margaret Eddershaw | See product details...

A first full and long awaited collection by Margaret Eddershaw £7.95



Through a Child’s Eyes: Poems From World War Two chosen by Moira Andrew | See product details...

Fifty poets including Caroline Carver, Katherine Gallagher, Anna Maria Mickiewicz, Edel Wignel, Les Merton, Wes Magee, Alan Brownjohn and Lesley Saunders. This book explores a wide range of childhood war time experiences: sometimes humorous, sometimes poignant, sometimes harrowing.



That Sweet Name Like Magic Has Made Me – Michael Kwaku Kesse Somuah | See product details...

Ghanaian Poet Michael Somuah has performed his poetry in many parts of the world and has won awards for his work.



My Father Speaks in Poetry Too – Jo Waterworth | See product details...

Brand new pamphlet collection by Jo Waterworth.



Words that Signify : Poems from Poetry Space Competition 2012 | See product details...

Words that Signify is a collection of poems selected from those submitted to Poetry Space international poetry competition. This open-themed competition received 122 entries on a wide variety of subjects, all carefully read and selected anonymously by Cheryl Moskowitz.



Words for Wellbeing edited by Carol Ross | See product details...

This book contains chapters written by individuals and practitioners who describe how they have used creative words in healing ways.
£9.50



GREEN SPACES: Poems from Poetry Space Competition 2011 | See product details...

Judge Rose Flint, Editor: Susan Jane Sims

4.95

March madness – order now and get this title for £2



Like It Is | See product details...

Philip Lyons

First full length collection – £7.95



Elements of Healing | See product details...

South West Writers

A Collection of Poems and Short Stories – £5



Our Journeys | See product details...

Profits to Naomi House in Bristol

A collection of moving poems and reflections – £2.50



Neon Love | See product details...

Azadeh K Taj

Twent one poem pamphlet collection – £6



Irene’s Daughter | See product details...

Susan Jane Sims

24 poem pamphlet collection – £6



Poems with age on their side | See product details...

by hicky, Profits to ‘Contact the Elderly’

Spreading a little warmth – £6



Sepia & Silence | See product details...

Simon Bridges

A journey of observation, contemplation and raw emotion – £9.95