Books Available for Review

A Coat of Ashes by Jackson

Ada Unseen by Frances Presley

apparently by joanne burns

Aril Wire by Anders Villani

Autonomy: a book about taking our selves back edited by Kathy D’Arcy (eBook)

Back to Earth by Tony Page

between wind and water (in a vulnerable place) by berni m janssen

Empirical by Lisa Gorton

Falling Upwards by Darby Hudson

Haggards: Poems by Elizabeth Rimmer

Lyre by Stuart Cooke

neverends: poems and paintings by Harriet Tarlo and Judith Tucker

Ngnajunguyagu by Charmaine Papertalk Green

Open by Sarah St Vincent Welch

outfalls: poems and drawings by Harriet Tarlo and Judith Tucker

Play With Knives & Play With Knives Two: Complicity by Jennifer Maiden

Play With Knives Three & Play With Knives Four by Jennifer Maiden

Play With Knives: Five: George and Clare, The Malachite and the Diamonds by Jennifer Maiden

Poor Man’s Coat: Hardanger Poems by Kit Kelen

Recipes for the Disaster by Gareth Sion Jenkins

scavenger’s season by Christopher (Kit) Kelen

Summer Haiku by Owen Bullock

The Arms of Men by John Bartlett

The Grass Library by David Brooks

The House of Youssef by Yumna Kassab

The Returns: A Novel by Philip Salom

These Things Are Real by Alan Wearne

The short story of you and I by Richard James Allen

The Tomb of the Unknown Artist by Andy Kissane

The Underwritten Plain by Tim Metcalf

The World Was Whole by Fiona Wright

Timestamps by Sofie Westcombe

Our notes for reviewers are here. If you would like to review a book, email Anne Elvey: info.plumwoodmountain@gmail.com

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