Elbow Room Volume Six

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Elbow Room Volume Six

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Elbow Room Volume 6 was firsted published in September 2014. Copies of the limited first edition are still available to buy. Volume six include a free foldout poster. 

Examples of the work featured in this volume can be found on our artists page.

Born in 1963 in West Hartlepool, Martin Malone now lives in Warwickshire. A winner of the 2011 Straid Poetry Award and the 2012 Mirehouse Prize , his fi rst full collection - The Waiting Hillside- is published by Templar Poetry. Currently studying for a Ph.D in poetry at Sheffield University, he edits The Interpreter’s House poetry journal.

Andy Gashe is a graduate of Camberwell MA Printmaking. He takes inspiration from his inner city surroundings and produces work that is made in response to the energy that courses through the streets of London. Photography is the starting point of his practice that combines painting, collage and uses traditional and digital printing techniques. Andy has exhibited work across London and the UK.

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Nathaniel King is a Creative Writing student from UEA, Norwich. He currently resides in Ontario, Canada where he is completing his undergraduate degree and working on his fi rst poetry collection. More writing can be found at askingthedust.tumblr.com

Joshua Drewe is a London based illustrator fascinated by people and their surroundings, he draws them both from his imagination and from life. He likes to draw on the tube, in cafes or on the street and has recently returned from a residency in Kansas, USA, where he set about documenting life on the prairie. Joshua graduated from Camberwell College of Arts (University of the Arts London) with an MA in illustration and was shortlisted for the AOI Illustration Awards 2014.

Euan Tait was born in the Berlin in 1968. He worked with people with learning difficulties for twenty years, running work projects with them, and supporting them in employment. He now lectures in English and creative writing in Wiltshire, and has recently seen the premiere of his choral symphony libretto in Birmingham.

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