SPUDGUN ISSUE 1
Featured Artist: Ira Joel Haber, Featured poet: Victor Enns and work by Amy Watkins, Valentina Cano, Larry O’Dean, Aditya Shankar, William J. Fedigan, Cherry Scott, Kyle Hemmings, James D Quinton, Howie Good, David Spicer, Sanchari Sur, Ray Succre, Frank C. Praeger, Michael Ashley, Craig Scott, Mathew Savoca, David W. Landrum, David S. Pointer, Ben Nardolili, R C Miller, William S. Tribell, Henry R. Williams, Subhanker Das, Hal O’Leary, Gary Beck. Edited by Cath Attar
iDrew’s first ever eChapbook
free to download.
Available exclusively from the Collective’s website
our very own poet princess with her first collection:
Drew contains no artificial colourings, packaging, or fluffiness.
The first chapbook by Charlotte De’Ath
Kicks To Hypnotise Suburban Daughters
Available through Erbacce Press
"A writer who spray paints their words across the printed page with all the verve of a graffiti-artist decorating a railway viaduct. Live fast, write dangerously. We need more poets like Charlotte."
...Charles Christian, editor Ink Sweat & Tears
"In DeAth's work not only does every word count but also its place on the page, leaving a trail into the woods we are drawn to follow."
…Claire Massey, editor New Fairy Tales
"Warning - Charlotte De'Ath's first chapbook contains poetry that is not afraid to take risks. This is a poetic high-wire act with added scumbag clowns and the risks pay-off big time."
…Open Wide Magazine #24
"And it is extremes, particularly in structure, that continually snap the reader to attention, as De'Ath whips off rapid-fire iambs that keep the poem moving along briskly, and the reader, rather breathlessly, scrambling to follow along, quite hypnotised him or herself."
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FREE pdf download of
the Prelude to
Kicks To Hypnotise Suburban Daughters,
titled: ‘On Paradise Crescent Evie Gardener is Lost’,
which uncovers and delves into Evie’s
safe middle class background.
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Performed by Anthony Doran, Gemma Parker, Avril Brady, Hayley Riby, Mairi Macfarlane and Martin Horton. Recorded and edited by Richard Bignell. Drama students from East of Essex University.