Gatehouse Press is delighted to announce that they will be producing two new poetry pamphlets in 2015, following on from Edwin Kelly’s remarkable work in And After This I Saw. Continuing from the New Fictions publications scheduled for the spring and summer, poets Eleanor Rees and Thomas Clark have been selected to continue the poetry pamphlets series in the autumn and winter.
Eleanor Rees is the author of Andraste’s Hair (Salt, 2007) and Eliza and the Bear (Salt, 2009). She has recently completed her AHRC funded PhD at the University of Exeter, titled ‘Making Connection: The Work of the Local Poet’ and lives in Liverpool. http://www.eleanorrees.info/
Thomas Clark is a Glaswegian poet, writer and filmmaker now based in the Scottish Borders, and is poetry editor at the Hawick News. His first book, Alice’s Adventirs in Wunnerlaun (Evertype, 2014) is a Glaswegian retelling of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
The Lighthouse poetry pamphlets look to give a platform to distinctive new voices in UK poetry, publishing poets whose work chimes with the challenging and eclectic ethos of Lighthouse literary journal.
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