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Posted on Oct 25, 2016

Our Refugees and Peacekeepers anthology is nearing completion and will be proof-read next week. We are so happy with the result and very thankful to our contributors, including those short-listed from our writing competition earlier this year and existing Patrician Press authors. Special thanks go to Ian Shaw for his afterword, Wersha Bharadwa for her short...

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Events and news in October

Posted on Oct 7, 2016

Darkling Park by Elisa Marcella Webb was published on 1st October 2016. Elisa is being interviewed on ‘Wandsworth Tonight’ radio station on Friday 7th October. The book is being launched on Saturday 22nd October at the chapel in Streatham Cemetery (on which Darkling Park is based) so, just before Halloween.   Mark Brayley’s two...

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September is here already!

Posted on Sep 1, 2016

Apologies for the long silence. This year has been rather difficult for personal reasons, but the publishing process continues! First off, the launch of Darkling Park, the new YA fiction title will be held on Saturday 22nd October from 10:30 am – 12:00 noon at Streatham Cemetery, London SW17 0LT. As the story is set in a graveyard, it should be...

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Ink@84, Highbury

Posted on Jul 14, 2016

Great book launch at Ink@84 in Highbury. Thank you to all for coming and making it a great success. We launched two books: The Necklace and A to Z – an animal alphabet in five languages. Jill Newton who illustrated The Necklace made some lovely necklaces to go with the book which proved to be very popular! Jill has also created special edition prints...

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In Harwich

Posted on Jul 10, 2016

Lovely time had by all at the Harwich Festival of the Spoken Word. Many thanks to Katrina and Roger at the Swan House Gallery for hosting the event and providing the tea and cakes, and to Emma, Mark, Martin and Phil for participating.   ...

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Writing Competition Results

Posted on Jun 30, 2016

We are delighted to announce the results of our writing competition on the theme of refugees and peace-seekers. First of all, special thanks to our splendid judges, Anna Johnson, Emma Kittle-Pey, Joceline Bury and Petra McQueen.   Short-listed poems: Crossing Borders by Adrienne Silcock The Photo by Aoife Lyall Something Human by Rebecca Balforth The...

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