Look what landed on my doormat this morning!
Perfect bound, its cover like a silk skin, that ink-on-paper fresh-from-the-printer’s aroma; the latest issue of The Interpreter’s House is a joy to handle. Running my eye down the list of poetry and prose contributors on the back cover, I’m impressed. And delighted to be in such fine company, as I have a little poem in there, too. It’s one that will feature in my forthcoming pamphlet as part of a short sequence (more about that in my next blog post).
Hot on the heels of its Brighton launch, there’s to be a Nottingham launch, too. It’s hosted by Five Leaves bookshop. I’m really looking forward to reading at this event. Here are the details if you’re local to the midlands or fancy a jaunt for an evening of poetry and Prosecco:
You can buy a single copy or take out a subscription here.
Me? I’m factoring a long coffee stop into my day.