April book bundle

April book bundle

Released 30th April 2021All of our books from April 2021, including:Emma Hammond - Valour66 pages // Released April 30th 2021 In Valour Emma Hammond explores how modern life obstructs who we are and the challenges we go through which separate or unite us, in the fight against conformity. Hammond keeps her kookiness close to her chest, constructing levels of invisible resistance. Valour is a poetry collection which silences labels in search of the peace that exists outside of regulated space.Jon Stone - Unravelanche34 pages // Released April 30th 2021 A blizzard captured on photographic plate. But no ordinary blizzard. In the far north, a library stands fused with a towering ice shelf. As it melts, it turns into a storm of print – one which the ice pilot seeks to capture with her ancient camera. As she advances, she becomes ever more entombed in a tempestuous anthology. Jon Stone's Unravelanche is made up of 'snowstorm poems': swirling collages formed from the billow and surf of other books, featuring well-known figures such as D. H. Lawrence and Kurt Vonnegut, as well as comic books, films and philosophical works.Razielle Aigen - Dreamlands30 pages // Released April 30th 2021 Razielle Aigen's Dreamlands is a pamphlet with a deep interest in the subconscious, the natural world and the beauty of these spaces. Through her poetry Aigen explores the gap between the tangible and intangible, like the famous Taoist parable, Aigen could be a butterfly dreaming she is a poet or a poet dreaming she is a butterfly. Where do our dreams end and where does reality begin? We don't always need an answer, in Dreamlands, it is enough to have asked the question.Aaron Kent - My Glorious SundaysReleased 30th April 2021 // 85 pages *Includes a foreword by poet and noted The Glorious Sundays fan Tom Snarsky. Aaron Kent's My Glorious Sundays is both an examination of the career of one of the UK's most dynamic bands, and the soundtrack to Kent's life as told through The Glorious Sunday's discography. A searing, emotional, and distinctly honest read sees Kent discuss his own history of abuse, violence, and suicidal tendencies alongside a deep dive into The Glorious Sundays., while also demonstrating the power of love and therapy. 'Kent has found a way to engage a history of our band with his own, and to make it coherent. A visceral and necessary read.'- Tommy Six, guitarist for The Glorious Sundays
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