Us Versus Virus

Us Versus Virus is an anthology of poetry that explores the human experience of the Coronavirus pandemic from different perspectives.
Composed of observations, questions and stories of heartache and resilience, the poems offer words of kindness, hope and love.
Us Versus Virus acts as a map to help us navigate our emotions and responses to this extraordinary event.

£15.00 (paperback)

£4.99 (ebook)

World Jam Anthology

The WorldJam anthology features poems about hope, place, identity and community, in Arabic, English, Farsi, Polish, Romanian and Ukrainian. A book made in Nottingham from bits of all corners of the world.


The Prettyboys of Gangster Town by Martin Grey

Martin Grey’s debut poetry book, published through Fly on the Wall Poetry, is about the connections we attempt to form with others, from the hopeful to the helpless, and how these relationships change. The book explores growing up through time, circumstance and by growing out of ‘masculinity’.


Get Over Yourself by Leanne Moden

Leanne Moden’s second poetry pamphlet was published by Burning Eye Books. It’s a collection about belonging and exclusion; a poignant, funny and accessible collection of poems, written especially for you! “

These poems are joyous, uplifting and filled with lines that jump out and grab you by the heart.” – Jess Green


Lytisha Tunbridge - Poet

Lytisha is the author of two marvellous poetry collections, Every Last Biscuit (£5, 2016) and A Backpack on his Backpack (£3, 2019). Click the link below to be taken to her shop.

The Clockmaker by Ceri Williams and Drew Neary

Widowed in World War 2, Annette and her young son face a completely different life as they exchange the devastation of post-blitz London for the slow pace of a small village. The house they have inherited is old, its bones still settling, creaking noises in the dead of night and the murmur of scritch-scritch in the walls. Located outside the village of Lochnagar, it’s been empty for many years – and for good reason.


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