I’m excited to say that erbacce-press will be publishing my new pamphlet in December

Not just amazing poetry (which it is). Not just a fascinating piece of social history (which it is)… but a record of emotions and a homage to ordinary individuals unveiled with a passionate intensity… we at erbacce love this collection … cliche to say it but it’s a genuine ‘must read’…

The (in)famous squatted community of Claremont Road in Leyton East London was the final bastion of resistance to the building of the M11 Link Road. Dorothy (Dolly) Watson, was born in number 32, and had lived there nearly all her life, became friends with the anti-road protesters, saying “they’re not dirty hippy squatters, they’re the grandchildren I never had”…

I will have some signed copies available to buy direct from me, please contact me using the form below… or via twitter or facebook.
Big thanks to Alan Corkish and Andrew Taylor at erbacce-press and all the erbacce poets.

erbacce-press is a co-operatively run press.


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