'Enough to Love a Multitude' contains poems by Peter Watkins and art work by Carol Lawrence. It is a reflective collection of poems about Peter's family - it is his mother who had 'Enough to Love a Multitude’ - the book it not sentimental as the title might suggest - it is a microcosm of human behaviour.
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'The Language of Rock’ contains poems and paintings of the Pembrokeshire Coast by the local poet and artist Dave Martin who used to go to Arlington’s Poetry Café. Dave died about 2 years ago and the collection has been put together by his family and published with Carol Lawrence and Ian Griffith’s help.
Title: Appreciating the Place
Author: Elizabeth Bracken
Publisher: Orphean Press
Price: £5 (+ £1.20 p&p if required)
Available from the author – firstname.lastname@example.org or tel: 01502 715907
Glimpses of Felixstowe past, present and future is a book published by Felixstowe Café Poets in memory of a well known Felixstowe Historian, Phil Hadwen. Phil did so much in and for Felixstowe that he was known as "Mr. Felixstowe" and there is in fact a plaque in his memory in the shelter in the Town Hall Gardens. He died suddenly and unexpectedly on 12th November 2015. The book features poems about historic Felixstowe as well as some current day poetry and sea poems.
"Pocahontas In Ludgate"
Arrowhead Press UK 2007.
ISBN 978-1-904852-15-5. 88pp.
Available from Amazon, Halesworth Bookshop or Mike Bannister (author) at 23 Station Road, Halesworth, Suffolk IP19 8BZ.
"This book is filled with journeys, particularly sea voyages, loved places and homecomings: the ferry draws close to old, familiar places which have grown, through memory and time, strangely new and beautiful".
– James Knox Whittet
Shoal Moon is a slim volume I very much enjoyed reading. It continues to give pleasure, each time I turn to it. Anne Boileau’s gift is to enter into the spirit of things, and to redeem the past; a gift nowhere better realised than with the opening stanzas of The Kyle of Tongue. The poet-observer transports herself and the listener, into another ‘time before time’. It is one of several such pleasures for the reader-in-waiting.