Elbow Room Volume Nine
Elbow Room Volume Nine
Elbow Room Volume Nine was first published in July 2015. Copies of the limited first edition are still available to buy. Volume Nine includes poetry, prose, photography and book arts embroidery.
Examples of the work included in this volume can be found on our artists page.
Keighley Perkins is a Cardiff-based poet whose influences include Anis Mojgani, Selima Hill and Richard Brautigan. Her work has previously been published in Fire, Acumen, Northwind, Erbacce and Obsessed with Pipework. She can be found online at http://handshedown.wordpress.com.
David O’Hanlon is a writer based in Northumberland. His poems have appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies, including And Other Poems, Dream Catcher, Spontaneity, Ariadne’s Thread, Lunar Poetry, Prole, The Ofi Press, Voicing Shadow: Singing Light, Nutshells & Nuggets and Ink Sweat & Tears, among others. He is currently working with an editor on his pamphlet art brut, from which Sophie and Nothing are taken.
Emi Avora, b.1979, Corfu, Greece studied at the Ruskin School of Art, Oxford and in 2002 received her MA in Fine Arts from the Royal Academy Schools, London. She has exhibited internationally. Selected exhibitions include: National Theatre of Greece, Athens (2013); Studio Voltaire, London (2012); Royal Academy of Arts, London (2011); South Square Gallery, Bradford/UK (2010); National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens (2008); Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, New York (2007); The Whitechapel Gallery, London (2006). Her work has featured in various catalogues and publications.
Eleanor Matthews writes sparse and succinct copy for her day job, but has a secret predilection for big words and small fictions. Her stories have been published in various places, including Popshot, Prole and Ink, Sweat and Tears.
@efmatthews : www.eleanormatthews.co.uk
Katherine Eves is a artist, designer and maker currently living and working in south London. Originally from West Sussex she grew up in the modern Crawley new town. Katherine is interested in the stories behind objects and the fabric of our daily lives. Her practice involves cylindrical process of research and making favouring textile and print based works.
David Coldwell is an artist and writer based in the village of Marsden in West Yorkshire. His poems have featured in a number of print and on-line journals. http://davidcoldwell.co.uk www.facebook.com/davidcoldwellart @d_coldwell