Lost in Books in Lostwithiel

 

Come to ‘Lost in Books’ for the launch of A Confusion of Marys (Shearsman Books) w/ Sarah Cave & Rupert Loydell & featuring Special Guest Poet, Maria Stadnicka. Doors open at 6.30pm.

RUPERT LOYDELL is Senior Lecturer in the School of Writing and Journalism at Falmouth University, a writer, editor and abstract artist. He has many books of poetry in print, including Dear Mary, The Return of the Man Who Has Everything, Wildlife and Ballads of the Alone, all published by Shearsman, and Talking Shadows from Red Ceilings. Shearsman also published Encouraging Signs, a book of essays, articles and interviews. He has also authored many collaborative works, several with Daniel Y. Harris; and edited Smartarse and co-edited Yesterday’s Music Today for Knives Forks & Spoons Press, From Hepworth’s Garden Out: poems about painters and St. Ives for Shearsman, and Troubles Swapped for Something Fresh: manifestos and unmanifestos for Salt.

SARAH CAVE is a writer and academic living in Cornwall. She is currently working on a practice-based PhD in Poetry at Royal Holloway. Sarah has published two pamphlets and an illustrated chapbook, like fragile clay, published by Guillemot Press. She has published two collections of poetry, An Arbitrary Line (Broken Sleep Books) and Perseverance Valley (Knives, Forks and Spoons Press). Sarah’s poetry has appeared in numerous journals and anthologies including Oxford Poetry, Tears in the Fence, Shearsman and Eborakon.

Lost in Books is an independent bookshop in Cornwall, United Kingdom. You can find further information about it, here. The address is Lost in Books, Quay Street, Lostwithiel, Cornwall, PL22 0BS, UK.

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© Maria Stadnicka 2020

Shearsman issue 121 / 122

 

Shearsman Magazine, Issue 121 / 122 edited by Tony Frazer.

 

It includes poetry by: Clark Allison, Miranda Lynn Barnes, Andrew Duncan, Adam Flint, Jeri Onitskansky, Paul Rossiter, John Seed, Andrew Taylor, Rushika Wick, Annemarie Austin, Alison Brackenbury, Chris Emery, Mark Goodwin, Alasdair Paterson, Alexandra Sashe, Robert Sheppard, James Turner, Benjamin Balint, Rachel Clyne, Gerry Fellows, Lucy Hamilton, John Philips, Kate Schmitt, Maria Stadnicka, Rimas Uzgiris, Tamar Yoseloff. Plus translations of Greta Ambrazaite by Rimas Uzgiris and Toon Tellegen by Judith Wilkinson.