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Emily Vanderploeg and Rae Howells launch their debut poetry collections at a launch night hosted at the Elysium Gallery.

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Natalie Ann Holborow, Poetry, Reviews, Small, Wales Arts Review -

Nathan Munday, in Wales Arts Review, reviews "this wonderful collection" of poems, Natalie Ann Holborow's second collection, published by Parthian last month. "Magic, folklore, witchcraft and mystery – perhaps the most important element bottled in poetry – are unashamedly interwoven with the empirical. The speaker is not afraid to question and wonder. The poems are as colourful and complex as those labyrinthine streets that shore the Ganga of her India poems." In conclusion, he writes: "...her collection is – I’ll use the word again – brave and inspiring. This is a poet who taps into the ‘wonder’ of the ‘child’s...

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Christina Thatcher, How to Carry Fire, Poetry, poetrylondon, poets, Reviews -

'Thatcher’s poems can be nostalgic and delicious in their visualisations…In these echoes of capturing, cradling, holding — Thatcher suggests that the speaker’s temptations aren’t drugs, or fire, but deeply-felt connections, touches, and caresses. There might never be enough.’ In their latest issue, Poetry London has given Christina Thatcher's second poetry collection, How to Carry Fire, a glowing review! In this perfect summing-up: 'Thatcher suggests that the speaker's temptations aren't drugs, or fire, but deeply-felt conections, touches, and caresses. There might never be enough.' they capture the burning heart of this fine collection. If you haven't read it yet, you can...

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E-books, Fiction, News, Parthian Books, Poetry -

Our latest batch of ebooks are due to be launched through the first week of August, and we've got some lovely titles on the list!

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Cardiff, Hey Bert, Parthian Books, Poetry, poets, The Cardiff Review, writing -

For their New Welsh Writers series, The Cardiff Review's Jamie Gillingham interviewed Roberto Pastore (Hey Bert) about all things writing. The series 'speaks to new voices in Welsh literature, delving into how they got their start and what advice they might have for other emerging writers.'

Roberto talks about his writing routine, his inspirations, and his experience of the route into publishing.

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