Elbow Room Volume One
Elbow Room Volume One
Elbow Room Volume One was first published in 2012. Though the limited first edition print run has subsequently sold out the second edition is now available made to order.
Volume One features:
Zelda Chappel is a poet, photographer, artist and general daydreamer living halfway between the city and the sea. Partial to tea, cake and whiskey, she is to be found scribbling on anything she can get her hands on. Chappel has been published in several anthologies and shortlisted in a handful of competitions. Most recently her work can be seen in Popshot, South Bank Poetry and Ink Sweat & Tears. Chappel works as an co-editor on Elbow Room
Rachelle Allen-Sherwood has always been deeply interested in the subject of ‘space’, a fascination that originates from a life spent predominantly in Japan. To the Japanese, ‘space’ is not an abstract concept. It is a concrete reality. It is this inclusive, integrated view of the subjective and objective, personal and universal, microcosm and macrocosm, that is at the core of her practise.
Her work can be found on Facebook: Rachelle Allen-Sherwood’s Art Lab.
Ella Jane Chappell is a Norwich-based writer with a Mancunian soul. Currently studying the MA in Poetry at UEA, she is inspired by Jeffrey Eugenides, Ginsberg, Radiohead and marmite toast. For more poetry visit her blog:http://keepitsugarless.tumblr.com
Mariya Ustymenko is a Ukrainian-born visual artist who uses photography as her primary medium, creating work ranging from live performance to installation and multimedia. Motion and Silence is a series in-progress, seeking to move through time and space(s), detached and dislocated, whilst remaining complete in itself at the moment of pause. The narrative is broken and non-linear, without starting point or ending. Yet, captured in their flight, are moments perfect in their imperfections: in the importance of all the bigger pictures left outside the frame. http://www.photoprojection.blogspot.co.uk/
Kim Sherwood tours with literary salons Elbow Room and The Book Club Boutique, and has published short stories and poetry. She completed the BA in Literature with Creative Writing at UEA in 2011, receiving the Jarrold Prize for most outstanding performance. She continued on to the Prose Fiction MA, and is now a fellowship student on the Creative and Critical Writing PhD. Kim writes in Norwich, London, Devon, and the quiet coach. She is writing her first novel. Her short story Quick Brown Fox will feature in Words And Women’s inaugural anthology.
Examples of all the artists work can be found on the artists page.