Give yourself a laugh:
The Chocolate Cream Society
by Leonard Barras
£7.99 ISBN 978-0-906228-58-6
The first published novel by the acclaimed comic surrealist.
"A comic genius" - The Guardian
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Through my Hat
by Leonard Barras
£5.25 ISBN 978-0-906228-37-1
A selection of Len Barras' legendary newspaper columns published during the 1950's in the Sunday Sun. His style sits somewhere between Flann O'Brien and Beachcomber.
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Dip into Fiction:
by Daphne Glazer
£6.99 ISBN 978-0-906228-51-7
Daphne Glazer's second collection of short stories. Funny, sexy, firmly rooted in contemporary Britain.
"Daphne Glazer writes great stories, shocking and ordinary - like Coronation Street directed by Martin Scorsese." - Roddy Doyle
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18 short stories by contemporary women writers such as:
Leland Bardwell; Helen Dunmore; Anna McGrail; Devi Maharaj; Doreen Piano; Sandi Russell and others. Sometimes comic, sometimes disturbing, ranging through the realism of parental cruelty to the fantasy of a woman who can fly, or a baby speaking from the womb.
£4.95 ISBN 978-0-906228-34-0
"an excellent anthology" - Northern Echo
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Introduce yourself to HAIKU
The IRON Book of British Haiku
Ed David Cobb & Martin Lucas
£6.50 ISBN 978-0-906228-67-8
More than 70 writers, from the famous - Seamus Heaney - to the little known, with a definitive introduction about haiku's rise in popularity.
"beautifully produced...a pleasure to read" - Modern Haiku
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Eds George Swede & Randy Brooks
£7.99 ISBN 978-0-906228-75-3
25 of the world's best contemporary haiku writers, plus essays on the form's relevance to the new millenium and historical background.
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