Published March 30th, 2018
By Anna Johnson and Anna Vaught, editors
The is a collection of poems, short stories and essays. Contributors include George Szirtes, Lemn Sissay, Helena Kennedy QC, Prof. Michael Dougan, Canon Giles Frazer, journalist Heather Welford and various Patrician Press authors such as Andrea Inglese, and others. Journalists William Keegan and Polly Toynbee and Yanis Varoufakis are providing material for the front matter.
The contributions include political essays, parables and fables. The theme is on Europe in general or on the advantages and disadvantages of the European Union. Writers could play ‘devil’s advocate’ or use their personal experiences about how leaving the EU will affect them.
Anna Johnson has a degree in English from Exeter College, Oxford. She worked in London as a teacher then as a children’s book editor before leaving to raise her two daughters. In 2013 she gained an MA in book art and design and has exhibited her books …Visit Anna Johnson, Editor‘s page