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Tuesday the 9th of May at the Sage Gateshead.
Love poetry? You've come to the right place...
One day, we’ll all be myths. During a time that man has forgotten, a mighty s...
Banipal 58 - Arab Literary Awards
The Spring issue starts our 20th year of publication with a wide range of wor...
Brood is the new pamphlet from poet Rhian Edwards. Winner of all three catego...
Loss, love and various severed body parts are scattered throughout Dragonish....
Half the Human Race
Half the Human Race includes poems from three previous collections, alongside...
The Garden of Evening Mists the nation’s favourite second novel from a living author!
Tan Twan Eng’s outstanding second novel The Garden of Evening Mists has been voted the nation’s favourite second novel (from a living author), overall runner up to Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice...
April 06 2017
Putting Jazz and Memories into Print
Talk: Putting Jazz and Memories into Print Join Ann Cotterrell from Northway Books as she shares insights and anecdotes to illustrate the joys and pitfalls of publishing. Northway has published a ...
March 06 2017
New to Inpress: Butcher's Dog Magazine
Butcher’s Dog is a biannual magazine, celebrating poetry and aspiring to encourage poets from the North East of England in particular. However, the 8 issues of Butcher’s Dog up to date have always ...
January 13 2017
IRON Press Awarded ACE Grant to Bring Back Festival for a Third Year
Stormy Sea at Cullercoats by John Falconar Slater, North Tyneside Council Art Collection There’s dancing in the streets of Cullercoats today with news that Arts Council England have award IR...
January 09 2017
The Poetry Business Sweep the Board in The Poetry School’s Books of the Year
The Poetry School’s 26 books of 2016 have been revealed; with Inpress publishers riding high. The Poetry Business, Peepal Tree Press, Penned in the Margins, and The Emma Press were all recogni...
December 21 2016
Alice Mullen to Join Inpress as Poetry Book Society Manager
Inpress and The Poetry Book Society are delighted to announce the appointment of Alice Mullen to the role of Poetry Book Society Manager. Alice joins the Poetry Book Society after six years at t...
November 29 2016
Poem of the Week: ‘On The Move’ by Chris Woods
On The Move We are packed together like the contents of a suitcase. We cannot move. We have to move to another house. We haven’t enough rooms. We haven’t enough room to swing a Katy, who offers ...
November 17 2016
Poem of the Week: ‘Hull Hath No Fury Like a Poet Scorned’ by Dean Wilson
Hull Hath No Fury Like a Poet Scorned I refuse to enter the East Yorkshire Arts Centre after someone who works there said my poems were shit. Not for all the tea in China would I degrade mysel...
November 10 2016
Poem of the Week: 'Fairy Tales' by Jennifer Copley
Fairy Tales In fairy tales, only the good fairy wears wings. Others are too hump-backed or, beautiful but wicked, appear on frosted sleighs when no one's looking, slide ice splinters into untrue he...
August 01 2016
Poem of the Week - 'Havisham à la Mode' by Kate Noakes
Havisham à la Mode No one has got it, so to satisfy my critics:it is really all about the dress.Few brides can wear theirs thirty years onwithout stinking of cedar. Theirs lie tissued like my untou...
May 03 2016
Poem of the Week - 'Flowers and the People' by Jack Stanley
Flowers and the People Flowers are nicer than peopleThey come in pretty colours andsmell much better They hardly eat at all(Water will do, thank you) Get them in a bunch, they won't get noisyBring ...
April 26 2016
Poem of the Week - 'The Man Who Never Was' by Tom Kelly
The Man Who Never Was There's a man with aa axe in me bedroom. We ran to her housein fright, night after night. 'Axe Man' was never caughteven though she described himin perfect detail, as far as w...
April 19 2016
Supporting the growth of leading literary book publishers for a decade Inpress is the UK’s specialist in selling books produced by independent publishers. Since 2002, we have worked to support inn...
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