Refugees and Peacekeepers – A Patrician Press Anthology, by Anna Johnson, Editor

Published January 31st, 2017

Prices
£4.95 (e-book)
£9.00 (print)

ISBN
9780993494543 (e-book)
9780993494567 (print)

Anna Johnson, Editor

This anthology of poems and short stories was the result of a writing competition Patrician Press ran in 2016. The entries were judged by Joceline Bury, Anna Johnson, Emma Kittle-Pey and Petra McQueen.

The short-listed works, including that of the winner, Penny Simpson, were published in the anthology. Further contributions from Patrician Press and other authors are as follows: Mark Brayley, Wersha Bharadwa, Emma Kittle-Pey, Petra McQueen, Suzy Norman, Robert Ronsson, Anna Vaught, Kenneth Steven and more. Some of the latter works are much more loosely connected to the original themes.

Quotes were provided by George Szirtes and the Bishop of Barking and Robert McCrum kindly provided the back cover review.

The collection is edited by Anna Johnson who has also written the introduction.

An offering from any proceeds is being made to:

Help Refugees http://www.helprefugees.org.uk/

The book was launched at the Essex Book Festival on 15 March 2017 at the Wivenhoe bookshop. Further events were held at Firstsite art gallery in Colchester and in Sheffield. Our next event will be on Saturday 24th June at the Albion Beatnik bookstore in Oxford starting 7pm.

Anna Johnson

Refugees and Peacekeepers
An anthology of poems and short stories inspired by refugees and peacekeepers. Part of the profts from this book will be donated to Help Refugees. (www. helprefugees.org.uk)
£9,00 Paperback

Anna Johnson, Editor

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 …

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Penny Simpson is a novelist and short story writer. She is currently recipient of an AHRC/CHASE postgraduate studentship in Creative Writing at the University of Essex. Her current research draws on her background as a journalist, working with organisations such as the BBC and British Council, and her original training in fine art at Brighton Art College. Her publications include two novels and a collection of short stories.