The Frogmore Papers are out – along with the daffodils and precocious tulips! Contributors include Ross Cogan, Sasha Dugdale, Claire Booker, Eoghan Walls, Wendy Klein and Andrew Pidoux.
Three of my poems appear in this latest issue: ‘Impossible Lover’ (about a love affair I had with a seal off the isle of Lundy); ‘A Voyage Round Alan Bennett’ (a poem about the emotional impact of marginalia); and ‘Red Hair’ in which a young woman meets her biological father.
Poetry collections reviewed in The Frogmore Papers (issue 83) include ‘Vanishing Point by Clare Crossman (Shoestring Press) and ‘Hannah, are you listening?’ by Hamish Whyte (HappenStance). There are also a series of delightful black and white drawings by Clare Johnson at: www.clarejohnson.com The cover design is by Carol Lewis who lives in Hythe, Kent.
For more information or to buy a copy of issue 83 please check: www.frogmorepress.co.uk
The Frogmore Papers were founded in 1983 and are published in March and September each year. If you’d like to submit your work (poetry or prose) send hard copies to the editor, Jeremy Page, at 21 Mildmay Road, Lewis, East Sussex BN7 1PJ, UK (email submissions are accepted only from overseas via email@example.com)