Graham Clifford is the author of Welcome Back to the Country, The Hitting Game, Computer Generated Crash Test Dummies and Black Light Engine Room. His work has been described as 'visceral, direct and full of startling visions' (Sabotage Reviews 2017).
Holly Magill’s The Becoming of Lady Flambé (Indigo Dreams) tells the story of a young girl’s coming-of-age against the backdrop of a fading and failing circus, peopled with quirky characters and moments of darkness beyond the spotlight. 'Lady Flambé is a force to be reckoned with – earthy, charming, raunchy . . . a wonderful heroine to keep you warm on a dark, chill night.' Helen Ivory.
John Porter writes quick witted and potent poems which fuse the sharp investigative eye of a journalist with a lyric beauty.