The Blood House by Sarer Scotthorne

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A new chapbook of poetry by Sarer Scotthorne is out now.

On The Blood House

These beautiful poems come from a bold, brave soul and a true poetic heart. A stunning collection
and a delicious read from start to finish.
Salena Godden; poet, writer & performer

Sarer Scotthorne’s meticulously documented psychodramas suggest their is no crevice of the human heart and mind that should not be visited. If you ever doubted the meaning
of artistic courage, read these poems.
Tim Liardet; poet

I felt the pulse, certainly;
the life, breath, exposure of nerve ends.
Iain Sinclair; writer, novelist, film-maker & poet

A5, hand-made covers, each one lovingly put together with ltd. edition endpapers and a colour printed photograph of Sarer’s Blood House painting on the front… priced £5 + P&P worldwide.

Order by completing the form below. We use paypal, but if you don’t we’re sure we can work something out…

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Boscombe Revolution Issue 3

I’m currently typesetting Issue 3 to be ready to be printed next week in time for the launches on Jan 17th (Bristol) and 21st (Boscombe). This will be the cover page to be printed sideways on the A5 Issue 3…

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Thanks to all who submitted their words to Boscombe Revolution Issue 3 Revolution & Gender.
For Issue 3, co-editors Paul Hawkins and Markie Burnhope are joined by guest editor Sarer Scotthorne.

There is a launch at The Duke of York, 2 Jubilee Road, Baptist Mills, Bristol BS2 9RS on Saturday January 17th 2015 starting at 19.30pm. Expect spoken word/poetry on Revolution & Gender from guest editor Sarer Scotthorne, Myriam San Marco, Lucy Humphreys, Gary Budden, Lucy Furlong and Agnes Davis. To join on Facebook invite click here.

A Boscombe launch event (as part of Verbal Remedies Bournemouth gig) is all set for Wednesday January 21st at The Twisted Teapot, with Jonny Fluffypunk and Kitty Stewart. The Facebook invite is here.

Issue 3 has poems and flash fiction from Sarer Scotthorne, Markie Burnhope, Rose Drew, Linda Mannheim, Agnes Davis, Julia Boore, Myriam San Marco, Kevin Reid, Kyra Hanson, Emma Lee, Dom Schwab, Lucy Humphreys, Barbara Donne, Lucy Furlong, Gary Budden, Amitabh Vikram Dwivedi, Amy Biddle and Sasha Kasoff. Cover artwork is by Birgitte Moos. More on her White Cows installation here.

Issue 3 is now available for pre-orders.
To order, please click here to complete the order form stating clearly how many copies you require and your full mailing address.
We accept paypal.

Price £4 + P&P worldwide.

Sarer Scotthorne on The Blood House

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Sarer talks in more detail on her new website about her work and The Blood House chapbook, which we’re excited to be publishing next month. She’s also on facebook here and twitter @thebloodhouse

Issue 3 Bristol launch announced – Jan 17th

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A great line-up of poets & writers for the Issue 3 launch in Bristol, and there is also a launch in Boscombe w/Verbal Remedies at The Twisted Teapot on Jan 21st. Facebook launch details for Bristol here. Issue 3 will be on sale for £4. Pre-order (due to be posted out Jan.) copies here.

Boscombe Revolution Issue 3 pre-orders

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cover artwork by Birgitte Moos

Thanks to all who submitted their words to Boscombe Revolution Issue 3 Revolution & Gender.
For Issue 3, co-editors Paul Hawkins and Markie Burnhope are joined by guest editor Sarer Scotthorne.

We have now chosen the poems/flash fiction and are excited to announce that work by Rose Drew, Linda Mannheim, Agnes Davis, Markie Burnhope, Julia Boore, Myriam San Marco, Kevin Reid, Kyra Hanson, Emma Lee, Dom Schwab, Lucy Humphreys, Barbara Donne, Lucy Furlong, Gary Budden, Amitabh Dwivedi, Amy Biddle, Sasha Kasoff and Sarer Scotthorne are amongst those in Issue 3. Cover artwork is by Birgitte Moos. More on her White Cows installation here.

Issue 3 is now available for pre-orders.
To order, please complete the form below stating clearly how many copies you require and your full mailing address.
We accept paypal.

Price £4 + P&P worldwide.

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The Blood House by Sarer Scotthorne

The Blood House…

is a new chapbook of poetry by Sarer Scotthorne coming early 2015.

Some poems from the chapbook have already been published;

Sunday Morning Words was published in The Interpreter’s House, Soldier’s Dinner in Boscombe Revolution 2, Why I Became A Geisha, The Moon and The Night and Repeating Patterns in A Cache and The Blood House in the Hydrazine. How I Got My Name featured in a film with Andrew Hayes and Schoolboy’s Death Trio and Why I Became A Geisha in the film Semblance (dir. Albert Zhang).

available soon for pre-order

Boscombe Revolution Issue 2

BOSC REV FRONT COVER 1aIssue 2 of Boscombe Revolution (ISSN 2054-2828) will be available in April, co-edited by myself and Mark Burnhope. It has poems and flash fiction on the provocations of ‘revolution’ and ‘sound’ and we’re excited to announce that it will feature Stuart Mckenzie, Bethany W. Pope, Gus Crotty, Nick Power, Tim Cumming, Michael Scott, Catfish McDaris, Sarer Scotthorne, James Manlow, Martin Myers, Leanne Bridgewater, Mishi Bopairai, bruno nieva, Tim Wells, Gary Budgen, David Webb, Gary Budden, Brendan Cleary, Antony Owen, Susan Mckevoy, Mangal Patel, Ejder Raif, Mark and myself.

Issue 2 will be printed by Risograph at Bellevue Press in Southampton on recycled paper;  Corona Offset 100gsm for the pages and Corona Offset 240gsm for the cover. Cover artwork is by artista plástico, poeta visual e reescritor bruno neiva and will be the usual A6 size in a ltd edition of 75 copies, published by HesterGlock Press and available to ship by the end of April.

Copies will be for sale from the HesterGlock Press website for £4.00 + p&p