Publications

February 2014

Ballads

A collection of poetry from new writers. Click the picture of the book to take you to the Amazon shop. Some of the proceeds go to worthy charities, Shelter and Scope.

I have one of my poems featuring in Ballads.

Ballads

February 2014

Passages

A collection of poetry from new writers. Click the picture of the book to take you to the Amazon shop. Some of the proceeds go to worthy charities, Shelter and Scope.

I have two of my poems featured in Passages 🙂

Passages

September 2013

Threads

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A collection of 42 poems by some of the best new international contemporary poets in aid of Shelter (Reg Charity No.: 263710)

In this collection you will find a multitude of styles, form and subject matter which all permeate this highly original collection of poetic works, weaving through the pages around each other like threads.

Threads of consciousness, threads of morality, threads of experience, and threads of reality itself.

The collection deals with a multitude of subjects including: Love, death, life, romance, isolation, companionship, metaphor and metaphysics. An essential collection for any fan of the genre.

The collection includes poems by:

Christopher James Flame, Sean L Macro, Andrea Hinchey, Dylan Otto Krider, Alexandra Carr-Malcolm, Dennis Villelmi, Katy Gilroy, Alina Popa, Hetti Sansom, Colin Dardis, Stanley Anne Zane Latham, John Flynn, Ross McCooey, Ivan Jenson, Colin W Campbell, Jago Kosolosky, A J Huffman, Eric Robert Nolan, Jem Henderson, Mridula Arjun, Eddy Rios-Pulgar, Ken Green, Tim Knight, Lucy Lapinski, and Rashmi Pluscec.

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June 2013

Western Haiku

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Follow the link below to purchase a copy of “Western Haiku: A Collection”  Western Haiku: A Collection is Dagda Publishing’s latest anthology of poetry by new writers, edited by R J Davey and E Hulme. In this collection is a mix of both traditional and non-traditional haiku, with a myriad of emotions and observations within, by who we believe are some of the best new talents in writing today. Buying a copy of this new, exciting collection will also help to fund our sponsored charity Scope (registered charity no. 208231), so grab a copy, discover new poetry and writers, and help a very worthy cause. A vital, worthy addition to your book collection, and a poetry collection we feel will stand the test of time.

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March 2013

Tipping Sheep (the right way)

product_thumbnail‘Tipping Sheep (the right way)’ is the first anthology from new author Alexandra Carr-Malcolm. This is an intriguing compilation of poems, spanning over a ten year period of collected works. ‘Tipping Sheep’ will take you on a journey of highs and lows, exploring life, death, and many aspects of the human predicament. From the depths of ‘Bittersweet’ despair, to the humour of ‘Tipping Sheep’ and the musing of ‘Knitting Couplets’. Alex has a unique style of word play and cadence within the lines woven with wit and wisdom.

Click on the links below to purchase your copy 🙂

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December 2012

The Road Less Travelled

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Dagda Publishings latest collection of poetry from new and contemporary poets. Herein lie comments upon the metaphysical, love, life and human experience. Essential reading for any lover of poetry.

Well, we are very happy to announce that the print edition of our anthology of new and contemporary poetry “The Road Less Travelled” is now available for purchase through the Lulu.com bookstore:

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The print version costs ÂŁ3.50 (or local currency equivalent), a very reasonable price for a collection of 38 of the finest poems by contemporary writers about today, and takes 3-5 days to ship.

Links to the Kindle version,

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One last thing. If you do get a copy, please take 10 minutes of your time to bung us back a review on the site you got it from. Cheers!

I would like to add a big Thank you to Reg and all at Dagda Publishing who have worked so hard to make this happen. I am so grateful for the opportunity to have two of my poems published within this anthology. Thanks Dagda Publishing!

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