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10 of the Best
10 of the Best

10 of the Best

Bright Young Things

POETRY

150 Pages, 5 x 8

Formats: Trade Paper

Trade Paper, $11.95 (US $11.95) (CA $12.95)

Publication Date: October 2011

ISBN 9781906998455

Rights: US, CA, SAM & CAR

Parthian Books Ltd. (Oct 2011)
Parthian Books

Price: $11.95
 
 

Overview

The second installation in the Bright Young Things series, this collection of poetry is a first by young Welsh writers. Their work stands as a commentary to political and social affiars and showcases the poets' skillful translation of stage poetry into the written word. From representations of urban life and drug addiction to critically acclaimed verses from the stage, this book offers diverse and innovative poetry from the brightest young poets in Wales today.

Reviews

"This fresh and contemporary collection of poetry is a welcome introduction to some of our most promising young Welsh poets. . . . Ten of the Best handles modern life, pathos and biting contemporary comment with wit and style." —Gareth Ludkin, Buzz Magazine (December 1, 2011)

"An evocative record of a lost age. . . . unmistakably heartfelt." —Stephanie Cross, The Daily Mail

"Katherine Stansfield's debut is a poignant and intricately crafted story of love and loss, picturesquely and memorably set on the sea-coast of Cornwall." —Stevie Davies, author, Awakening

Author Biography

Siôn Tomos Owen is a poet, writer, and illustrator. M. A. Oliver is currently Blown magazine's poet in residence. Anna Lewis is a poet and the recipient of the Foyle Young Poets of the Year Award and the Robin Reeves Prize for Young Writers. She is also the winner of the Christopher Tower Poetry Competition. Mab Jones is a poet, comic, writer, and performer, whose work has appeared in numerous magazines and newspapers, including Border Magazine, Giggle, Square, and Western Mail. She is also a recipient of the John Tripp Spoken Poetry Award. Alan Kellermann is a poetry editor for the Swansea Review. His own work has appeared in Planet, Poetry Ireland Review, and The Seventh Quarry.