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The Cotton Grass Appreciation Society – Edited by David Coldwell and Mark Kelly

The Cotton Grass Appreciation Society is a unique collection of poetry that celebrates the lives, landscape, people and places of the South Pennines. Featuring poems from Simon Armitage, Gaia Holmes, Roy Marshall, Hannah Stone, Alison Lock, Tom Weir, Ian Harker and many more. 64 Pages ISBN 9781916038141 Published 01 August 2019. Price includes postage and packing.




Maytree Four

Exclusive offer - purchase the first four Maytree pamphlets for only £22.00. Offer price includes postage and packing to UK address.




The Cotton Grass Appreciation Society + Pamphlet Offer

To celebrate the launch of our first anthology we are offering buyers the opportunity to choose add one of our wonderful pamphlets for only £3.50. Simply enter your choice of pamphlet in the instructions section when making your payments. Price includes Anthology + Pamphlet + postage and packing.



Wish by Katerina Neocleous

Wish is the debut pamphlet from Katerina Neocleous and promises to be one of the stand out collections of 2019. Don’t miss out. Every order supplied with free art card. ‘A glance at the contents list – a Neocleous poem in itself – puts you immediately in Katerina’s ambiguous world: is this everyday reality? Yes – but a real world on which this poet’s magic touch confers so many extra dimensions: bluebell woods, cherry blossom and crows are here immediately as themselves, yet sit alongside and bleed into alchemy, necromancy and a grimoire. Once read, these poems of desire and regret, like Katerina’s Burr itself, will be snagged fast for weeks in your mind. What glorious words! What tear-washed colour! What compelling music!’ - Charles Johnson ISBN 978-1-9160381-3-4 36 pages. Price includes postage and packing.




Sea Without A Shore by Tim Taylor

In his debut collection, Tim Taylor explores the transformative effect of the wild Yorkshire landscape he now calls home. He expertly immerses the reader in the landscapes and history of the South Pennines before challenging our senses with brave new perceptions from house plants to outer space. Set in two distinct parts, this is a debut pamphlet that takes the reader from the dark peaks of Bleaklow and Black Hill (Ungrimming) to the far reaches of our solar system (Pioneer) and back to the living room (The House Plant). Poetry at its very best, highly-innovative and effortless; a feast of words to transform your day. Price includes Postage and Packing. Please contact us direct for multiple purchases to save on postage.




Swn y Morloi by Hannah Stone

Part travelogue, part memoir; the poems in Swn y Morloi are inspired by Hannah’s frequent visits to the far west of Pembrokeshire where, once each year the author rents a small cottage and walks the wild coastal paths. The Pencaer Peninsula has all the transience of liminal coastlines, and a Millenia of back history with a plethora of standing stones and other evidence of ancient settlement, the unknown rites and rituals of ancient peoples, the often elusive wildlife which comes alive when the tourists disappear. Hannah describes the collection as a kinesthetic sequence; poetry written from within the landscape. Published by Maytree Press 2019. Includes Postage and packing and free art card featuring cover painting, The Sound of Seals by David Coldwell.




…an ache in each welcoming kiss by Maria Isakova Bennett

…an ache in each welcoming kiss is a selection of poems predominantly written during visits to the Walker and Lady Lever galleries on Merseyside. During this period, Opalka was written for Tate Liverpool as part of An Imagined Museum. Themes linked to absence and ideas around elegy developed as the sequence progressed and whilst the poems complement the works cited, the poetry reflects universal themes of today. Paperback 36 pages Price includes Postage and Packing to UK address.