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Jun 19, 2015

New Publication! – On Ridgegrove Hill

  We are very pleased to announce our latest publication! On Ridgegrove Hill is a collection of poems by Alyson Hallett inspired by her time as the second Charles Causley poet-in-residence, the first to live in Causley’s house – Cypress Well – on Ridgegrove Hill in Launceston. Cyprus Well, Causley’s house, is a stepping-down-into house. One step […]

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Pick me up by Anna Kiernan, illustrated by Harriet Lee-Merrion is avaible from Atlantic Press Books.
Jun 01, 2015

Pick Me Up – Interview with Anna Kiernan, Poet.

Anna Kiernan was interviewed by Phyllida Bluemel during the Atlantic Press and Tiny Pencil exhibition last year. Anna is an arts consultant, mother and Senior Lecturer in Writing at Falmouth University. Anna’s new book is an Atlantic press published poetry chapbook, in collaboration with Illustrator Harriet Lee-Merrion. Anna’s other books are Voices for Peace (Scribner), Bit […]

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Jun 01, 2015

Illustrators must draw outside the lines to fulfil their creative urges

“When Steve Braund started the Illustration: Authorial Practice MA at University College Falmouth a decade ago, he writes in a new book, the course was intended to “work against the tendency for [illustration] to become a repetitive commodity where the illustrator was presented with an already clearly defined concept”.    Excerpt from Matthew Reisz’s article […]

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Jun 01, 2015

Kaleid editions

We are pleased to announce that our most recent publication ‘Isomorphology’ by Gemma Anderson will be showcased at KALEID 2015 London, one of twenty-five bookworks selected from over two hundred and fifty submissions. A networking event in mid-July will formally launch this year’s KALEID 2015 LONDON collection. Isomorphology will then be represented to public collections, […]

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Mar 23, 2015

An Interview with Alys Jones

Aly Jones is the Bristol-based illustrator behind the wonderful Beyond The Wire  a meta-fiction based on the First World War, a visual conversation with the poets and our collective historical knowledge of the years 1914-1918.

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