You can read Part 1 here, and all the pamphlets are available to buy in our webshop (pamphlets make great Christmas presents and stocking fillers!).
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Malkin, by Camille Ralphs (£5.00)Series: The Emma Press Picks
|Malkin, by Camille Ralphs|
Favourite lines: 'And after, well fed-up but famished, I knashed at th bare bakside
of an apl csh csh - -/ nd an appl &
another apple – and felt non the better for it, only old.'
AWOL, by John Fuller and Andrew Wynn Owen, illustrated by Emma Wright (£10.00)Series: Art Squares
|AWOL, by John Fuller and Andrew Wynn Owen|
Favourite lines: 'We want, not days strung out like beads,
But the whole present in our hands,
Constant, as the past recedes.
We’ve had enough of wonderlands:
We want our share of wonder now.
Who cares if no one understands?'
True Tales of the Countryside, by Deborah Alma (£6.50)Series: The Emma Press Pamphlets
|True Tales of the Countryside|
Favourite lines: 'I am a mother, a field, a house.
Without me, windows darken,
no-one else knows how to put on lights
just to bring the house to life.'
If I Lay on my Back I Saw Nothing but Naked Women, by Jacqueline Saphra, illustrated by Mark Andrew WebberSeries: Art Squares
|If I Lay on my Back I Saw Nothing but Naked Women|
Favourite lines: 'When I was a child I tied my mother and father together with bandages and put a song in their mouths. If I wound them up they sang an Afrikaans duet in perfect thirds.'
Myrtle, by Ruth Wiggins (£6.50)Series: The Emma Press Pamphlets
|Myrtle, by Ruth Wiggins|
Favourite lines: 'This morning we mostly lay on the couch,
impersonating cats, talking gibberish.
This afternoon you fucked me, right out
of my pyjamas and into yours.'
Rivers Wanted, by Rachel Piercey (£6.50)Series: The Emma Press Pamphlets
|Rivers Wanted, by Rachel Piercey|
Favourite lines: 'If you have always been
on a train between two places,
put up your feet here.
A hero has come to show you
the revelatory stoniness of stones
and how, upturned, they disclose
an adjacent magic underneath.'