Three new collections of poetry are published by the Frogmore Press today (Monday 6 September).
Renowned graphic artist Neil Gower’s first collection, Meet Me in Palermo, has a long-distance love affair at its heart, but a whole life, full of fear and hope, pressed between its pages.
Jeremy Page’s The Naming revisits some familiar subjects from his last collection (Closing Time from Pindrop Press, 2014), but has been described as his darkest, most lyrical work to date.
And Marion Tracy’s pamphlet, Evidence of Love, provides evidence of all kinds – personal, political, mythical. Earthy and literary, in poems that embrace uncertainty from the beginning.
The Naming by Jeremy Page (£10.00)
Meet Me in Palermo by Neil Gower (£10.00)
Evidence of Love by Marion Tracy (£5.00)
You can order post-free directly from The Frogmore Press. Copies available at Skylark Shop, Lewes. There will be a combined launch event in Lewes in early October. Details soon.