I’m delighted to announce that my short collection of urban poetry “Poetry, Pills and the Port” is finally available for download.
It’s available exclusively to Amazon – for free for Kindle Unlimited Customers and £1.90 for everyone else – that’s cheaper than a drink in a coffee franchise.
If you are from Newport too, you will recognise the nightclub scene of the early nineties and the wonder of the waiting room between platforms 2 and 3 of our railway station. But even if you aren’t from Newport, there will be something in there for you with short prose conjuring scenes from clubbing, declining town centres and the demise of our glorious corner shop. Although very much a light touch and tone, I haven’t been afraid to touch on some big issues – the young, single mum trying to get by, the rapid shift to homelessness that many people face in tough economic times, or those who are irate by lots of “issues” but remain judgemental of those most affected.
A mix of socialism, humour and reminisces which won’t be for everyone, but was very much for me.
Why not download a copy for your Kindle or Kindle App: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Poverty-Pills-Port-Urban-Poetry-ebook/dp/B00O3BEY7W/ref=sr_1_9/279-1637015-5170169?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1412591371&sr=1-9