The Wrong Side of the Looking Glass: Book Announcement
I am delighted to announce that The Wrong Side of the Looking Glass, a collaborative pamphlet I have been working on alongside Natalie Ann Holborow, will be published by Black Rabbit Press as a beautiful limited edition paperback, paper cut cover edition, as well as by Infinity Books UK as an ebook and in normal print, later this year.
The pamphlet features poems inspired by the marginalised figures of myth, fairy tale, literature and legend.
Black Rabbit Press & Infinity Books UK will share further news of the book shortly. In the meantime, follow:
NATALIE ANN HOLBOROW is a Swansea-born writer and won both the Terry Hetherington Award and Robin Reeves Prize in 2015. She has been shortlisted and commended for various other awards including the Bridport Prize, the National Poetry Competition and the Hippocrates Prize for Poetry and Medicine. Her debut collection, And Suddenly You Find Yourself (Parthian, 2017) was listed as one of Wales Arts Review’s ‘Best of 2017’. Her second poetry collection, Small, is to be published by Parthian in 2020. She posts regular advice for writers on her blog at www.natalieholborow.com
MARI ELLIS DUNNING’s poems and short fiction can be found in recent and upcoming editions of Banshee Lit Mag, New Welsh Reader and The Lampeter Review. Her debut poetry collection, Salacia, was published by Parthian in 2018, and shortlisted for the Wales Book of the Year Award in 2019. Mari is a PhD candidate at Aberystwyth University, where she is writing a historic novel set in 16th century Wales, exploring the relationship between accusations of witchcraft, the female body and reproduction/fertility. She lives on the west coast of Wales, in Llan-non, with her husband and their dog. http://www.mariellisdunning.cymru