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1st Apr 14

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poetry favourites:
Invective Against Swans
Poor Rude Lines
London Grip
Sheenagh Pugh
The Poetry Shed
Peony Moon


and in the shop…
collections –
“The Cost of Keys”
“From the Dark Room”
Cinnamon Press;
“Heart Archives”
Hercules Editions;
anthologies –
“Seeking Refuge”
Cinnamon Press;
“Hand Luggage Only”
Open Poetry Ltd;
“I was Behind You”
and “Cliffs”
Pushkin Press
“Images of Women”
Second Light Publications
“Of Eros and of Dust”
and “As Girls Could Boast”
Oscars Press



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Sue Rose works as a literary translator and has published novels in translation by authors such as Florian Zeller, Nicolas Fargues and Olivier Adam. Her translation of Salim Bachi’s The Silence of Mohammed was longlisted for the 2012 International Impac Dublin Literary Award. She is currently translating the third in a series of children’s fantasy novels billed as France’s answer to Harry Potter. Her poetry has appeared in a variety of magazines and anthologies and she has been commended or placed in competitions such as the National Poetry Competition, the Peterloo and the Wigtown. She won the Troubadour Poetry Prize in 2009 and the Canterbury Festival Poet of the Year Competition in 2008.
Her debut full-length collection, From the Dark Room, was published by Cinnamon Press in 2011 and a second full collection, The Cost of Keys (Cinnamon Press), will be published in November 2014. Heart Archives, a chapbook of sonnets and photos on family and legacy, was published by Hercules Editions in February 2014.