Elbow Room Volume Eleven

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Elbow Room Volume Eleven

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Elbow Room Volume Eleven was first published in December 2015. Copies of the limited first edition are still available to buy. Volume Eleven includes poetry, photography and sculpture.

 

Poet and translator, George Szirtes was born in Hungary in 1948 and came to England as a refugee in 1956. Having studied Fine Art, he published his first book of poems, The Slant Door, in 1979. It won the Faber Prize. He has published many since then, winning the T S Eliot Prize for Reel in 2004, and was shortlisted for the same prize for his two subsequent books. His New and Collected Poems appeared in 2008/ He is also a prize-winning translator of poetry and fiction from Hungarian. His new book, Mapping the Delta will be published by Bloodaxe in 2016.

 

Rebecca Gethin lives on Dartmoor in Devon. Cinnamon Press published her second poetry collection, A Handful of Water, in 2013 and Oversteps Books published her first, River is the Plural of Rain, in 2009.  Her first novel, Liar Dice, won the Cinnamon Press Novel Award and her second, What the horses heard, was also published in May, 2014. Recently, new poems have been published in Prole, The Interpreter’s House as well as the anthology of Exeter Poetry Festival, Battered Moons Poetry Competition pamphlet and The Broadsheet.  Her website is www.rebeccagethin.wordpress.com

 

Rosie Sherwood is an artist, independent publisher and scholar. Her interdisciplinary practise focuses on storytelling and an exploration of the book. She founded As Yet Untitled and Elbow Room in 2012. Sherwood’s books are housed in national and international collections including the Tate Library and Archive and the state libraries of Victoria and Queensland in Australia. Her most recent exhibitions include group shows at The Oxo Tower Gallery and the Southbank Centre with The Poetry Library. www.asyetuntitled.org

 

Max Wright is alive in London writing poems and short stories about inner lives http://organloft.tumblr.com/ 

 

Guy Haddon Grant http://www.haddongrant.com/

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