Words for Wide Skies is here!

DSCF0242The nature poetry anthology, Words for Wide Skies, edited by yours truly, is now back from the printers!  It is very exciting indeed.  I was delighted (and not a little relieved) to see that it looks splendid, with a beautiful, eye-catching cover designed by Karen Harvey, with Dafila Scott’s super pastel drawing of lapwings and whooper swans.  And, inside, 22 fine poems, presented in a polished, professional way.

You want to know who’s in it?  The poets, in no particular order:

J.S. Watts

Leanne Moden

Melinda Appleby

Lou Hart

Cardinal Cox

Miriam Brown

Chris Todd

Caroline Gill

Richard Powell

John Thake

Gael Bage

Isobel Hunt

Peter Irving

Mike Alderson

Carmina Masoliver

Elaine Ewart

So, how do you get your hands on a copy?  Well, there are only 100 in this print run, so the best way of bagging yours is to come to Pimms and Poetry on 21st June (see post below)! You may be able to get some autographs at the same time…

Copies will also be for sale in the shop at WWT Welney after 21st June.  If you’re too far away to visit Welney you will be able to order by telephone and they will pop one in the post for you.  Copies will retail at £5.00 (plus postage and packing if applicable).  All the profits will go towards the conservation work at WWT Welney, so it is all for an excellent cause.

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5 Responses to Words for Wide Skies is here!

  1. Wojtek says:

    Congratulations! I am sure the poems are very nice and I can’t wait to read them. 🙂

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