We are delighted to announce our latest author, Grace Royal. Grace's pamphlet, So Full of Emptiness Without Her, spotlights the dilemma for Tamar on discovering a true crime video has been made about her sister's murder
Holly Bidgood's latest novel, The Seagull's Laughter, is NOW available from all good bookshops.
Buy it from our bookstore and get a FREE copy of her new pamphlet folk-tale, Wolves and Bears.
The prose poems in I Can See The Lights by Russ Litten are earthy and raw, but also incredibly sensitive. It’s pretty much guaranteed that more than one of them will bring you to tears.
Congratulations to Nick Conroy as the WINNER of the 2019 Dan Cockrill prize for the Best First Poetry Collection or Pamphlet (after VAR review) for his work GHOSTS.
Our new author, Beth O’Brien, brings a different perspective to our authors. Her pamphlet, ‘Light Perception’, gives a personal view on the theme of disability, visual impairment, and dealing with how people react to one with a disability.
We are excited to announce our new author for our pamphlet range. Lannie Stabile 's pamphlet is a series of true crime poems regarding the slayings of two young boys in the summers of 1984 and 1985.
Our new FEATURES page will showcase work from our authors and others in the publishing world. First up is a fascinating work on Psychogeography by R. M. Francis, lecturer in in Creative and Professional Writing at Wolverhampton University.
If you have a piece of up to 1000 words you would like to appear on our Features page then send it over to us at email@example.com
The latest author to join the Wild Pressed team is Wayne Dean-Richards. His pamphlet, Driving Instructor #1, on how target culture affects the lives of every day people will be published in October 2019.