Read or download Boscombe Revolution Issue 1 and Issue 2

Print copies of both Issue 1 and 2 of Boscombe Revolution have been completly SOLD OUT for a while now, so we’ve made them available to read online or as a free download.

Issue 1 of Boscombe Revolution was edited by Paul Hawkins & Simon McCormack, published by TableGlock Press on October 5th 2013 and featured poems sluiced from the provocations of ‘place’ & ‘revolution’ by local, national & international poets; Matt Haw, Mike Castro, Craig Dobson, Maureen Jivani, klipschutz, Ellie Walsh, Ross Taylor, Jackie Wills, Carrie Etter, Martin Malone, Graham Allison, Sarah Crewe, Tim Suermondt, Lana Bell, Sophie Mayer, Catfish McDaris, Francis K. Johnson, Julia Boore, Tim Cumming, Iordanis Papadopoulos and Markie Burnhope. The cover artwork ‘three fear registers of artificial reality’ was by Boscombe artist Mark Lloyd. Typesetting and prep by John Hawkins.

download a free pdf of Issue 1

Issue 2 of Boscombe Revolution (ISSN 2054-2828) has poems and flash fiction on the provocations of ‘revolution’ and ‘sound’ by Stuart Mckenzie, Bethany W Pope, Gustavo Rodriguez Crotty, Nick Power., Tim Cumming, Michael Scott, Catfish McDaris, Sarer Scotthorne, James Manlow, Martin Myers, Leanne Bridgewater, Mohineet Kaur Bopairai, bruno neiva, Tim Wells, Gary Budden, David Webb, Gary Budgen, Brendan Cleary, Antony Owen, Susan Mckevoy, Mangal Patel, Ejder Raif, Markie Burnhope and Paul Hawkins. Cover artwork was by bruno nieva, edited by Markie Burnhope/Paul Hawkins. Typesetting and prep by John Hawkins.

download a free pdf of Issue 2

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Author: Hesterglock Press

independent publisher co-run by Sarer Scotthorne & Paul Hawkins

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