Our programme of autumn launches is underway and we hope to meet lots of you on Zoom wherever you are in the world this season.
There are three more launches to come in September, with a final launch of the year in November. The series features our latest exquisitve poetry titles and compelling new novels and there’s also an extra live event if you are in the Warwick area.
If you missed this one:
You can catch up on the blog page. We began the autumn with a trio of superb poets: Mick Evans launching light airs, full of every shade of darkness but never without hope and humanity; Nigel Hutchinson launching the wry, intelligent and finely observed do not enter alarmed area and Frank Dullaghan launching in the coming of winter to perpare us for the darkness but always with spirit and deep connections
And if you are in striking distance of Warwick University Sculpture Park, join Nigel Hutchinson on Saturday 9 October, 2-4 p.m. for a tour of the sculptures that inspired some of the poetry in do not enter alarmed area. This is a FREE event but register your place with the Mead Gallery, Warwick Arts Centre by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Still to come:
Our second Zoom event of the autumn is a collaborative poetry launch with Irena Hill’s in-words on Thursday September 23 at 7.30 p.m. and featuring two collections from John Barnie — the exquisite and socially acute art book, Afterlives, and the high impact ecologically prophetic A Report to Alpha Centauri.
To be added to the mail-out for the Zoom link please send jan an email (email@example.com) with the subject — ‘count me in for John’s launch’
Then a double bill of novels, The Pathless Country by James Harpur and Aldermaston by Kate Hoyland, each a very different type of quest — one spiritual and emotional, the other ecological and a search for home after disaster on Monday September 27 at 7.30 p.m.
Register for the launch of Aldermaston and The Pathless Country here
And to end the September series, register for the launch of the exquisite, delicate and profoundly urgent new collection from Kay Syrad, what is near on Thursday September 30 at 7.30 p.m.
And for the lead-up to Christmas, a story of the future from the mists of the myths of the past
Join Cinnamon Press editor, Jan Fortune, launching the first two books in The Ground Trilogy: The Standing Ground and The Roots of the Ground.
What role can Arthurian legend play in saving the future?
In the darkest times, where do we look for the light?
Register for the launch of The Standing Ground & The Roots of the Ground on Thursday 18 November at 7.30 p.m.