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Preston PR2 1EP

copyright of all work remains with the authors

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Ken Clay
10 Albert Road
Grappenhall
Warrington WA4 2PG

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RECOMMENDED MAGAZINES & WEBS
VOICES 1972 - 1984
The complete text and graphics of the Manchester based magazine of working class writing 
www.mancvoices.co.uk 
THE CRAZY OIK
Picking up where Voices left off The Crazy Oik shines a light into literature's basement with selections 
of weird oik prose and poetr
www.crazyoik.co.uk 
SHADOW TRAIN
Welcome to Shadowtrain, a monthly gathering of poems, translations, articles and other writings, from the lyrical to the innovative, whatever stings and stuns the editor.
http://shadowtrain.com
 

Alexis Lykiard poet, novelist, critic now has a new website at
http://www.alexislykiard.com
 

EARLYWORKS PRESS

A new literary site by Kay Green for readers, writers and teachers at www.earlyworkspress.co.uk  Promoting Independent Writers & Illustrators

We are readers and writers, illustrators and story-lovers.  We aim to help authors, artists, students and tutors of English.  We know the joys and sorrows of working with the English language. We can offer you a treasure-chest of  poetry and stories and our Writers and Reviewers Club  can give you a chance  to  publish your work for pleasure and profit. 
And it's associated site at www.circaidygregory.co.uk  Independent Books for Independent Readers

 

The Recusant Non-conformist poetry, prose, and polemic edited by Alan Morrison http://www.therecusant.org.uk/#

 

JEREMY WORMAN

Jeremy Worman has dropped out in Wales, squatted in London and also participated in performance-art events with a well-known British sculptor. He eventually received some excellent education at Birkbeck College, London University, where he gained a First Class degree in English and was twice awarded the biennial 'John Hay Lobban Prize for The Most Promising Student of English Literature'. He also has a Master of Letters degree from Cambridge University where Professor Gillian Beer was his supervisor. He has taught at Cambridge University, London University, and the University of Surrey Roehampton.

He has reviewed for The Observer, The Sunday Telegraph, The Times Literary Supplement, The Spectator, The New Statesman, The Tablet and many other publications. His short stories and poems have been published in numerous anthologies and magazines, including two London Magazine anthologies of short stories, London Magazine, Ambit. One story won a prize and was broadcast on BBC Radio Manchester. He has just completed a detective novel, Entanglement, and a series of interconnected stories about London, London Fragments: Short Narratives of City Life. He teaches English Literature to American undergraduates at Birkbeck College.

www.jeremyworman.com
 

SMALL PRESS PUBLISHERS & BOOKSELLERS

Flambard

www.flambardpress.co.uk

Flambard is a small independent press that nourishes developing talent, particularly new and neglected writers. Poetry forms the backbone of the list, but Flambard now publishes some fiction as well.

Stable Cottage
East Fourstones
Hexham
Northumberland
NE47 5DX
England

Tel: (01434) 674360
Fax: (01434) 674178 

Shoestring Press,

www.shoestringpress.co.uk

John Lucas,
19 Devonshire Avenue
Beeston
NOTTINGHAM NG9 1BS 
Tel/Fax  +44 (0)115 925 1827

Redbeck Press

No website found, but you can search for the imprint in Amazon and buy through that website. Get a paper catalogue from the contact address for a full backlist.

Contact

Redbeck Press
24 Aireville Road
Frizinghall
Bradford
BD9 4HH
Tel: 01274 498 135

Smokestack Books
http://www.smokestack-books.co.uk/

To order direct from Smokestack Books (please add 50p postage & packing), or for further information, contact:
PO Box 408,
Middlesbrough TS5 6WA
Telephone: 01642 813997
info@smokestack-books.co.uk

 

Edward Mackinnon's website is at
http://www.edwardmackinnon.com/index.html

 

Abebooks is still the best bet for obscure second-hand out of print books
with 13,500 booksellers selling 100 million books. Don't hesitate to order from US sellers who are usually cheaper than UK even after the postage has been added.

www.abebooks.co.uk

Amazon are probably the cheapest for anything still in print. Orders over 15 get free postage. A network of subsidiary sellers are allowed on the site and may sometimes be cheaper than Amazon

www.amazon.co.uk

Bibliofind are now linked in with Amazon and include some sellers who don't feature on Abebooks

www.bibliofind.com